I have to wake up for work in 6 hours but all I’m thinking about is Iceland and Sigur Ros.
couplesong asked: question. how did your parents cope with you not being around for 9 months? did you keep in contact as well?
No we weren’t in contact my dad stopped drinking and my mom became pregnant and gave birth to the most adorable little prince on the world and they coped by bettering themselves as parents to my other siblings and the trip enlightened my appreciation for them. Also I am currently living away from home for the past 2 years now. And I try to pick up some of the bills back at home like internet or phone service for my siblings and I help with my mom’s car payments sometimes. Sometimes I can sometimes I can’t. I know she doesn’t need it but I try my best to help. I’m the eldest and I want to set a good example for the kids. I have 2 sisters and 3 brothers and they are all angels, really. One is an artist, one is a writer, one is just plain funny. They’re all obviously much more talented and successful than I will ever will be. I think about them everyday on my drive to work and I tell myself that if they ever come across the thought of venturing out on their own, I will make sure they know to always keep home in their hearts first.
lady-raynacorn asked: Hiya Han, I wanted to ask you advice on how to move out. I've been suffering from emotional abuse from a family member and I really want to move out, but I have no idea how to do so. Plus, I'm finding it extremely hard to find a job since I have no work experience ;(
This is not something to brag about. This is me being vulnerable with what I am about to tell you. But I feel like you deserve to read this for it may guide you to the answer for your own question. I apologize in advance for my lack of punctuation: When I was 18 I wants to move out because my dad was an alcoholic and my mom was practically married to someone else and I was a victim of abuse too so yeah I really wanted to get away. But I only have $200 on me but I booked a $400 one way ticket to Florida anyway and when I got there I had -$200 in the bank and I slept on a friend’s friend’s friend’s couch for like a week until Forever 21 decided to hire me and I worked for 2 weeks straight and my paycheck was like $180 and I’m like holy hell fuck this is fucking hard but instead of giving up I decided to get a second job so I got a cashier job for $8/hr at this sushi place in Universal Studios Orlando by lying to them saying I have all this badass experience and we had a tip jar and this foreigner dude have me a $300 tip in the jar and I came home that day and invested that $300 onto a good ass fucking dinner because I’ve been eating frozen dinners for like 2 weeks and anyway the rest of the money I used to buy myself some cheap walmart black clothes and work shoes and I applied again for a fine dining server job and lied again about having experience and got hired and I made $1000 that week and by the end of the week I ended up with a fever and shit because I haven’t been eating or sleeping enough and my boss asked me if I was on drugs and that was before I even knew what weed even was and I left Forever 21 and kept the cashier job and waitressing job and I moved into this gay couple’s house who was renting out their bedroom and I ate once a day and worked between two jobs and I had no cell phones all I had was about 8 pair of clothes max, a lot of books, and an old laptop I used to play music I stored on because the wifi thingy in it won’t work and I did that for 9 months straight until I realized I was living on my own and life is fucking hard outside of your parents home but I think I’m ready for it. And when I felt like I was ready to live on my own, I moved back home and I told my parents thank you over and over and over again for giving me life and keeping me alive. I apologized for taking them for granted (I think I’ve told this story about 50 times already but it’s my greatest lesson) And that day when I came home it was my 19th birthday and my mom bought me a shit ton of new clothes and a brand new laptop and that was when the iPhone 4 just came out and my dad cooked me my favorite meal and my siblings were all there and they got taller and I was really sad I missed seeing them grow they were all my little babies and I hugged them like a litter of kittens and did a lot of crying and everything and my life fell back together again in that moment. But yeah anyway my point is idk what to say to you to get ready for the world besides just fucking put aside the fear and do it. But most importantly learn how to forgive
ps don’t move to Florida I hate that place
BEYONCÉ | On the Run
A “sort of” sequel to 03 Bonnie & Clyde, “Part II (On the Run)” is a new Jay-Z and Beyoncé track taken from Jay’s new album. Thankfully, we’ve also been treat to a wonderful solo version of the song from Bey. I’m really loving Timbaland’s current production at the moment, and I hope that he ends up working on Leona Lewis’ 4th album (purely from a selfish pov haha).
Anyway, check out this awesome track!
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