Through My Prayers [x]

Through My Prayers [x]

Through My Prayers [x]

Through My Prayers [x]

Through My Prayers [x]

(via annamhow)

wecallthisliving:

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wecallthisliving:

😂
wecallthisliving:

😂
wecallthisliving:

😂
wecallthisliving:

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seewaymore:

Blow gently on your screen

jamsoftheday:

Sing me to sleep
Sing me to sleep
I’m tired and I
I want to go to bed

(via uncoilings)

chubbina—fatzarelli:

god bless closed captioning
chubbina—fatzarelli:

god bless closed captioning
chubbina—fatzarelli:

god bless closed captioning
chubbina—fatzarelli:

god bless closed captioning
chubbina—fatzarelli:

god bless closed captioning

humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the saddest moment of your life?"
"When I got locked up, for dealing drugs. Actually— I take that back. The saddest moment was when I took my five year old daughter to the doctor and found out she needed glasses. She put on those glasses, and she said: ‘Daddy! Daddy! I can see! I can see!’ Tears just started streaming down my face. What a fucking idiot I’d been. We’d take drives to the Catskills, and we’d point out deer to her, and she’d never seem to see them. She’d always say ‘Where!? Where!?’ It should have been obvious. I spent five years trying to give her everything I could, and I messed up the most important thing.’"

(via my-mind-is-tripping)

justyouandiandthistv:

My friend Marcus, he sleeps in my basement

And his father touched more than spirit

Now he can hardly sleep, sleep

I don’t give a good shit if your lonesome
I think that you should go home son
Find your father and meaning

Now I can see
You mean everything to nothing
Now I believe
You mean everything

Now I can see 
You mean everything to nothing
Now I believe
You mean everything

My friend Marcus, he works on a train set
And I still can’t move on my broke track
He’s helping me find my meaning
Eventually and hopefully we’ll see

And now I can see
I mean everything to nothing
Now I believe 
I mean everything

Its funny how many don’t know
How many dont have a home
It’s funny how many don’t know
How many don’t have homes