August 27, 2014 

OUR YEAR IS BACK. We’re partying again, no where near as hard as we did last year, but that is a good thing. Chilling out at parties just means minimal clean up the next morning, and a possible 2nd round. I hope this isn’t temporary. People are beginning to turn 18, that might be it.

August 27, 2014

There is so much drama about New Year. I reckon people should just chill out. Found out if you can refund the tickets to Waiheke, if you can’t find someone to give it to, if all else fails, then buy your Uretiti ticket when the time comes. Who cares who is going and who is not going, who cares what other people think and how angry other people will get. Decide who you want to be with and where you would rather be, and then plan from there. I’m think about when I should hold the meeting at school, hoping everyone would come and chat about you new years plans. without conflict between some people.

p.s during new years, if you don’t want to be surrounded by people who will be smoking weed and drinking for sunrise to sunset and threw the night, stay home.


I knew it wasn’t too important, but it made me sad anyway.

J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye (via obeynialler)



I would ruin myself to fix you.

(via rlyhigh)

And that’s exactly what I did …

(via shes-breakingdown)

(Source: wordsaremywhiskey)