- "I like to sing :)
I'm in choir at school, and right now i'm a soprano 2, but i can sing higher and lower than anyone else in our choir, so i guess you could say i have the widest range." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "This kinda goes along with item one. I love music. It can do many things. Inspire you, make you laugh, make you cry, it's limitless." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "This is about me, because that is my skin tone.
I'm not white.
DEAL WITH IT." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I LOVE SNOW CONES. my favorite flavor has always been the cherry ones, because they're sweet, yet daring, just like me :)" — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I moved to Texas from Puerto Rico when I was 3. I did live in Texas before that though. I am a born texan. But there are a ton of palm trees in Puerto Rico, and this reminded me of there." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "seahorse have always been my favorite animal. I really don't know why. They just fascinate me, and they aren't as appreciated as other animals like dogs and cats and dolphins." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I've wanted to learn how to play the ukelele for a long time now. It just seems really cool, and it's small, so i could take it to school easily if I wanted to play it during school or something." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I used to wear glasses. I wore them from when I was 7 years old, until I was 14. That's 7 years with glasses in case you didn't catch that. I have contacts now, and i'm not turning back." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I'm a gleek.
Glee is such an amazing show. Maybe it is overdramatic and unrealistic sometimes,
but if you can't respect it, then I can't respect you." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "This is my favorite set by me.
The maine has changed my life. The maine inspires me to be a better person. They are wonderfully perfect. <3." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I look up to pixie lott.
I wish I could sing like her.
She is so pretty, and her songs are the only pop songs i think I will ever love. She makes pop music sound GOOD." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "i'm against abortion.
why kill something so innocent?
It's your mistake.
If you didn't want the kid, YOU shouldn't have had the sex.
But don't take the kid's life away.
You never know what they could have accomplished in the world.
Who knows, you could" — @bittersweetlullabies
- "*continued from last item.*
have killed the person who was gonna find the cure for cancer." — @bittersweetlullabies
The Rebel Yell Hi/Bye Rocker Tee in Red is a fun and cute shirt. Made from soft distressed cotton, it has a relaxed fit, short sleeves and scoop neck. Its fun "HI" on the front and "BYE" on the back, screen print designs, give this playful tee its finishing touch. Item is true to designer letter sizing, slightly relaxed throughout.
- "I have self-diagnosed philophobia.
which means, i have the fear of being loved, or being in love.
It's why I push people away. I often distance myself from others because of it. I don't want it to stand in my way, but I don't know what to do about it." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "you must think i'm stupid for this one. I have a fear of balloons popping. The sound freaks me out. My hearing is very sensitive (I was a premie when i was born,) so anything not too loud to you may be SUPER loud to me, and I just can't handle it." — @bittersweetlullabies
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- "this goes along with the second one.
broken glass freaks me out.
to hear it shatter, is just scary to me." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "this is self-explanatory.
BEST STUFF EVER." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "it is a hobby, is it not?" — @bittersweetlullabies
- "This book is perfection.
BEST BOOK EVER.
you need to get off now, and go read this flawless book, ok?" — @bittersweetlullabies
Winner of the Michael L. Printz Award An ALA Best Book for Young Adults. An ALA Quick Pick. A Los Angeles Times 2005 Book Prize Finalist. A New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age. A 2005 Booklist Editor’s Choice. A 2005 School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. Before. Miles “Pudge” Halter is done with his safe life at home. His whole life has been one big non-event, and his obsession with famous last words has only made him crave “the Great Perhaps” even more (Francois Rabelais, poet). He heads off to the sometimes crazy and anything-but-boring world of Culver Creek Boarding School, and his life becomes the opposite of safe. Because down the hall is Alaska Young. The gorgeous, clever, funny, sexy, self-destructive, screwed up, and utterly fascinating Alaska Young. She is an event unto herself. She pulls Pudge into her world, launches him into the Great Perhaps, and steals his heart. Then.. .. After. Nothing is ever the same. Book Details: Format: Paperback. Publication Date: 12/28/2006. Pages: 256. Reading Level: Age 14 and Up. Dimensions: 8.69in length x 5.67in width x 0.89in height. Weight: 11.2oz. Dimensions: 8.19in length x 5.62in width x 0.73in height. Weight: 7.2oz.
- "500 days of summer is my favorite movie.
zooey deschanel + joseph gordon-levitt is a match made in movie heaven." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "my friend alexis said i look like this actress.
i don't really see it.
but maybe @hatterofmadness or @patr0nus will. the only similarity i see is the eyes. our eyes are very similar, except mine are a smidge bigger." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "I like this picture. Because in life, I hide behind a camera. (not like a real camera, but I guess because i observe, rather than engage with people) I see. I see what some don't, some good, some bad. I am shy sometimes. I am talkative when I choose to.." — @bittersweetlullabies
- "be. I am just me. ♥" — @bittersweetlullabies