same thoughts when i wake. and in my dreams, i force myself to wake up, since the memory sits there too. 

sunday needs to come sooner. need some guidance. 

I can’t run rampant, abusing myself with disregard.

And if I turned to that, I’d be selfish. I’d be ungrateful.

He’s given me enough to survive the last couple of months.

It’s always enough and never more or less. 

There’s so much I want to say, but I’ll remain silent. I’ve been good at that lately. 

Hopeful beyond hope.

Hopeful beyond hope.

I love you. 

I wasn’t anybody.

The worst dream of anyone trying to get through hard times became a dream come true. I learned of some things that happened and it just shocks me. I’m super bitter about it all. After continuously going through one of the toughest times in my life, just learning of something like that, something held so sacred to me personally, just brings my faith in people close to me (well, previously close now) to an all-new low. I have no hope whatsoever and I kind of regret so many things. I thought the good Samaritan thing to do was be kind and hope for the best. Aaaand, I end up getting the complete other end of the spectrum. Whatever. I tend to get slapped by life a lot. haha. 

Another lesson we all should learn: think about who you tell your deepest, darkest secrets to. They’ll end up in the hands of the complete opposite person you’d want them to end up in.

timeforeggs:

Bacon and onion skillet with hash browns, topped with over-easy eggs from Maxfield’s Pankcake House in Wauwatosa, WI. It was delicious!
I like eggs!

ilikeeggs.com is back! =D

timeforeggs:

Bacon and onion skillet with hash browns, topped with over-easy eggs from Maxfield’s Pankcake House in Wauwatosa, WI. It was delicious!

I like eggs!

ilikeeggs.com is back! =D

Me and the lady put up a Christmas tree =D

Me and the lady put up a Christmas tree =D

katreeenuh:

beccaleah:

Miyazaki! :) I’m going to have a decked out Miyazaki room in my future house

Fuck.

katreeenuh:

beccaleah:

Miyazaki! :) I’m going to have a decked out Miyazaki room in my future house

Fuck.

Sabrina is legit. HAAHA. Sad and yummy. 

Sabrina is legit. HAAHA. Sad and yummy. 

:’(

slowsloths:

mylilpwny:

I LIKE EGGS & VT

I FUCKING FOLLOWED THIS CAR FROM A GOD DAMN MCDONALDS ALL THE WAY TO FUCKING CHARLOTTE LAUGHING THE WHOLE WAY

Were you in the Jeep with NC tags?

slowsloths:

mylilpwny:

I LIKE EGGS & VT

I FUCKING FOLLOWED THIS CAR FROM A GOD DAMN MCDONALDS ALL THE WAY TO FUCKING CHARLOTTE LAUGHING THE WHOLE WAY

Were you in the Jeep with NC tags?

Wilson’s emotional speech spurs on Hokies

vteffect:

David Wilson typically mulls around midfield after home games, shakes hands with the opposing players and then heads back to Virginia Tech’s meeting room underneath the Lane Stadium stands.

But the Hokies’ junior tailback made a hasty exit from the field after the Tech’s 23-3 loss to Clemson on Oct. 1.

He was furious with the end result. He was furious with how he played.

Wilson went inside the meeting room and started to cry. His emotion built into a rage that led to a post-game speech that nobody affiliated with the team will soon forget.

“I broke down. Coach [Frank] Beamer came up to me and was like, ‘It’s alright man.’ I told him, ‘We shouldn’t have lost to them, coach.’ I was real emotional,” Wilson said.

“So the team got in there and just like a rage came over me and I was screaming at my team telling them we shouldn’t have lost that game. They’re not better than us. And I told them we weren’t going to lose any more games. And I told them I meant it.”

His words rang true. The Hokies have won seven straight games since that loss and they take on the Tigers again Saturday night in the ACC championship game at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

Wilson, who leads the ACC with 1,595 yards and is on pace to break the school and ACC single-season rushing records, described his Clemson post-game speech as an out-of-body experience.

“It was one of those moments where I felt outside of my body. I felt like I was watching me rage off,” Wilson said. “Whenever I get that mad, I get numb in my nose right here [the bridge] and I felt that. I know that’s not good when it gets numb right here.”

He said he thinks he kept the language PG, but “I said I was outside my body. I don’t really remember all the details.”

He does remember his wide-eyed teammates focused in on him while he let out his emotion.

“They were shocked. I don’t know what their reaction was, but everybody was quiet, and I looked up and I saw everybody just looking at me with big eyes,” Wilson said. “I was real passionate after that game. I was determined not to lose any more games.

“The reason I was real emotional was because it was the first time for me at Tech that I was really involved in a game that we lost. In the past, I’ve been a backup guy or a special teams guy and didn’t really have a part in the game. But that Clemson game, that was the first time I had a part in a team that lost.”

His rage wasn’t contained to only that game. A week later, with Tech down in the closing minutes at home to Miami, Wilson delivered another passionate speech to his team in the huddle. The Hokies scored in the final minute. 

“It was real,” Hokies running backs coach Shane Beamer said. “It was real and it was genuine, right then and right there at the end of the Miami game, right before we went out there for the final drive he got in the kickoff return huddle, and those two moments right there were probably as passionate as emotional as I’ve ever seen him.”

Godspeed to Mr. Wilson. May he get drafted in 2012 =D…and may he give emotional/inspirational speeches on every Hokie possession. lol