I haven’t done any Formspring questions in ages,

I have like 20+ questions to answer. Sorry for those of you who’ve been waiting.

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Ask some more and I’ll make like 3-4 big posts with the questions I’ve received from before and now! <3

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What’doyakno’

I’m a decent writer.

Just made an easy 50 bucks writing an 8-page research argumentative paper in a matter of 2 hours or so. Sounds painless to me. I practically, almost enjoyed the fucker. Haha, I amaze myself each and every day. Oh, and my ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH ALEX IS IN A WEEK.

Oh-Em-Gee. I can’t believe in a week I will have spent an entire year of my life with that man. Soon, I’ll be wearing his wing and he’ll officially be my fiancee until marriage where we want to live is legal and I don’t care how long it takes…because the ring will symbolize everything for me; the eternal bond, the testament of unconditional love and shit, I fucking love Tiffanys jewelry.

Brendon. I changed my minor to English Lit. Hope you’re happy. Haha.

semperamor:

(via gatekeeper)

Brendonnnn, this reminds me of my childhood!
When I was little I was fascinated of kites. I always hated gravity and I had this dream to just fly, fly so far away that I could see the world. I would sit for hours and fly my kite and just watch it defy all things my earth-bound soul couldn&#8217;t do. I was such a curious child, I was forever wondering why things couldn&#8217;t happen the way I wanted them to.

semperamor:

(via gatekeeper)

Brendonnnn, this reminds me of my childhood!

When I was little I was fascinated of kites. I always hated gravity and I had this dream to just fly, fly so far away that I could see the world. I would sit for hours and fly my kite and just watch it defy all things my earth-bound soul couldn’t do. I was such a curious child, I was forever wondering why things couldn’t happen the way I wanted them to.