Rad early-30's chick from just outside of Boston. Startup enthusiast, heavy lifter, comedy-nerd.
My alter-ego/fitblr is LisaMinus125 ♥
Clint told him to do it for the vine
based on this text post [x]
This is the standard track a lot of my old high school classmates took. It’s kind of creepy and Stepford Wives-ish.
That’s so far. The rest will likely involve the kid following the same path and my peers just getting old.
It’s funny because I’m not that well-travelled, but I can’t imagine staying put like that. The whole thing seems so limiting, especially in my home town. The place is suburbia and the excitement is a strip mall and putting in your Facebook profile that you live in “Boston” when you’re a good two hours out. It’s all just white people and trees.
This does remind me I need to get out more, though.
I’ve filed police reports and posted all over local scooter communities to ask people to call me if they find it.
My heart actually feels like it’s broken. I’ve felt this pain and pressure in my chest since I found it missing. I keep catching myself hyperventilating, too.
Ugh. This has been a really tough year.
Water throughout the day along with a healthy normal diet
My fave scene in the new Xmen.
Puppies with pacifiers
Are you fucking srs right now
Yea it’s clearly our “generation that’s making homosexuality a trend.” Seriously, pisses me off when people say that. look at this! It’s always been around, it’s not a trend, it’s real. It’s beautiful.
These are really beautiful images.
I did my good deed for the day.
I decided to treat myself to a beverage at the Starbucks a couple doors over. I walked by this adorable pre-teen girl with pink hair sitting on a bench alone outside of Starbucks, listening to music on her phone. When I was done getting my beverage, I walked out at the same time this man she obviously didn’t know started asking her if she needed a ride anywhere. Her body language made it pretty clear she was uncomfortable.
I jumped in and started talking to her, “Hey, Katie. Everything alright?” Looked at the guy and said, “She’s with me. I’m her big sister and she was just waiting for me to get my coffee.” He looked a bit alarmed, mumbled and walked away. I hung out and talked to her for a little while to make sure she was safe and that he’d properly buzzed-off. She thanked me. I’m sure she was bright enough to not get in a car with this guy, but it never hurts to support someone who is alone like that.
This isn’t a gloat about how awesome I am, though I couldn’t believe how automatic that was. This is about how all girls have incidents like this, starting in childhood, where they feel threatened by men. This was in broad daylight in an upscale neighborhood.
Yes, I know not all men are like this, but there are enough bad apples that it’s not only normal, but it’s smart to live in fear.