Sometimes there are no words,
no clever quotes to sum up what happened that day.
Sometimes the day just….
Ends. — Aaron Hotchner, Criminal Minds (via spencer-reid-bau)
Experience is a brutal teacher, but you learn. My God, do you learn. — C.S. Lewis (via vwswrite)
There are things we don’t want to happen, but have to accept; things we don’t want to know, but have to learn, and people we can’t live without, but have to let go. — JJ, Criminal Minds (written by Erica Messer)
Just focus on controlling what you can. The rest of it will fall into place. — David Rossi (Criminal Minds)
Sometimes there are no words, no clever quotes to neatly sum up what’s happened that day. Sometimes you do everything right, everything exactly right, and still you feel like you failed. Did it need to end that way? Could something have been done to prevent the tragedy in the first place? — Aaron Hotchner- Criminal Minds ‘To Hell…And Back’ (via stormyskies73)
It has been said, ‘time heals all wounds.’ I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone. — Rose Kennedy (via sad-plath)
(Source: sad-plath, via sad-plath)
You can stop at enough and go no further, satisfied with being just another name on the teamsheet, or you could be their worst nightmare. The one who can turn a game in an instant. Who gladly takes the penalty in the 90th minute, who not only bleeds for his team but bleeds into them. The one who sees the pass that no one else sees, makes the tackle that turns desperate defense into decisive attack; who turns doubt into belief, a bus ride home spent in silence, into one spent in deafening celebration. Be the onewho they worry about days before kickoff. Be the one they want injured in the warm-up, who blurs the line between hate and respect, who can never be stopped, only feared. Make your mark on each and every game. Today. Tomorrow. In training. Next Saturday. Make the difference. — Nike Soccer (via notyahaveragegirl)
I’ve only just recently realized I have a stigma attached to me that I never realized I had before.
Now there are two ways to say what I have or am and, for some reason, they both come with different stigmas.
I have epilepsy. I am epileptic.
Now don’t ask me why, I don’t know and I find it…