Camo dog was being ultra Camo today so he wouldn’t scare the fish. I guess he was also trying to make up for being a bad boy earlier and running off in rattlesnake central
I caught a fish today!!! Wooo! (No worries I released it right after snapping this)
You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you. Ray Bradbury
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6 months later, my fat cat has finally earned enough points to be an outdoor cat. First thing the dumb bunny does? Climb the top of the roof.
It’s a hard life being a fledgling giant. #6lbsgoingon140
04/05/14

So it’s true, what you said
it’s not romantic, 
or anything like that. 
'You just need someone
to fuck your brains out
so you don’t have to think
about it anymore’
through a bad connection
over a long distance call

'I guess, I think people
they just leave you, you know?
Maybe they just leave us.’
And we went quiet, as if
the line had gone dead
each of us wondering
silently in the dark, if that
was just it.

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#prisonbreak someone is guarding mommys tea break
As if I could ever love another soul ❤️
Another day, another Dream House.
I planted the first little plants of the year today in my garden, I’m so excited! and in a few minutes I’ll see about putting my mesh fence up, so I can get climbing beans and flowers that will grow up it and look amazing come summer. 
I’m also working on getting a cat flap installed into one of the windows, since I can’t exactly cut a hole into one of my doors. And then once I have that, I can start having magical days out in the yard having BBQs with my widdle furry family.
I’m just so thrilled. And hopefully I will get my mac fixed too, so I can finally start writing again. But even with a Mac, it’s strangely hard to write when you’re happy - it’s definitely something I need to learn and practice. It was a lot easier when I spent whole days by myself wanting to die. But how often can you really write about being happy without repeating yourself? I guess the same goes for being sad. Maybe I’ll just post more pictures. Or maybe I won’t do either one.
It’s a marvelous thing, the ocean. For some reason when two people sit together looking out at it, they stop caring whether they talk or stay silent. You never get tired of watching it. And no matter how rough the waves get, you’re never bothered by the noise the water makes by the commotion of the surface - it never seems too loud, or too wild. Banana Yoshimoto, Goodbye Tsugumi (via creatingaquietmind)
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