Daenerys Targaryen + Quotes from Season 4 Trailers
Bohemian Rani Festive Collection 2013 by Sapana Amin
do you ever just discover a new band
and you listen to their song
and you can tell straight away
and you just sit there in complete silence as your entire soul shifts and your entire being begins to beat intune to the sudden new music and your entire world opens up to all the new emotions that you’re going to discover jjust by listning to another humans voice
tHAT RESPONSE WAS SIMULTANEOUSLY METAL AND BUDDHA
excuse me will I sob for a few hours
"I don’t need luck, though. I don’t want it. I’ve always had to struggle and fight and that’s made me strong. It’s made me who I am."
Reindeers are better than people, Sven, don’t you think that’s true? Yeah, people will beat you and curse you and cheat you, everyone of them’s bad except you!
"The more you like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique."
- Walt Disney
my lit teacher cracks me up
The Evolution of Me
In three years I beat an eating disorder. graduated high school, learned how to dead lift, finished my freshman year of college and successfully played two seasons of college rugby. These pictures represent my journey, from skinny and sick, to healthy and fit, to strong and athletic.
My eating disorder left me at 90lbs and on my death bed, and with the help of God I found strength to get healthy again.
I was still unhealthy, but I was slowly getting better. I could not bring myself to eat anything other than eggwhites, broccoli, tilapia and oatmeal. Most people would say that I was eating well, and I was, but it still was not enough. My life was consumed by what I was eating.
Then I found strength, I started bulking and using IIFYM, slowly building muscle and strength, along with my ability to eat actual food. And you know what? I was kickass. I looked amazing, I felt amazing, I was finally achieving everything I wanted.
With college, I lost everything. I became more athletic in the sense that I could play rugby and run longer, but I lost most of the muscle mass I had gained, along with strength and replaced my weight with more fat than I had ever wanted.
I’m not happy where I am now, but I’m not giving up. I can finally eat the foods I have always been scared to eat, but my body is not where I want it to be. So you know what? I’m doing IIFYM. I’m lifting again. I’m running. I’m training for rugby and I’m going to climb my way back to the top if it fucking kills me.
If I can overcome and eating disorder, than I can do anything. Keeping positive and fighting through life like the Spartan I am.