I’ve been slacking off the past couple weeks here and anytime I go through my dash I don’t post or reblog as much as I used to. So with that I’m looking for more blogs to follow.
Like or reblog if you’re into any of the following:
Sailor Moon Crystal
Star Trek TOS (and new movies)
Sword Art Online
i hate songs that are like 75% bad but the chorus is so good that you suffer through the whole song just to hear one part like three times
I don’t understand, it’s just a dude running with some musi—/SCREAMING
Last I knew of our mother, we were sending an army of beastmen to join her dead army.
What makes you think monsters won’t eat your parents?
This better be how they show MSPA’s logo in the game.
Every day’s great at your Junes! (╹ ‿ ╹✿)
Drawing something with alot of hair
Trying to color something with alot of hair
If I ever get pregnant I think this is how I will break the news
Jonathan Blunk, Alexander J. Boik, Jesse Childress, Gordon Cowden, Jessica Ghawi, John Larimer, Matt McQuinn, Micayla Medek, Veronica Moser-Sullivan, Alex Sullivan, Alexander C. Teves, Rebecca Wingo. Your souls still burn bright in our hearts <3
These are the photos my mom took when we went to the theater shooting memorial across the street, exactly one month after it happened. There were twelve crosses standing tall, surrounded by gifts that would never be received. I left a small token as well on this day. I had twelve red roses that I tied a ribbon to each individually and wrote each person’s name. As I laid them down in front of their respective crosses, I was overcome with emotion. Sadness weighed my heart down and it was difficult to even move. Tears were streaming from my eyes so much that I couldn’t properly see.
Everything is gone now. Last year, they brought twelve crosses back, but the next day they were gone. The hillside is empty and nothing but dirt one again. Even the one small wooden sign has been completely removed from the area. There had been talk that they were going to build something permanent on the corner, but some families don’t want their loved ones remembered there. I thought at one time they were even talking about putting a park in and naming parts after the twelve.
I remember going there the weekend after it happened. There were tons of people there, all holding vigil and lighting candles. Some were praying, others were singing softly, some crying, and some were just holding hands sitting quietly. The area was completely blocked off across the street, and I could still feel the tragic emotions hanging over it like a dark veil. Even today, now that it’s reopened and remodeled, I only went back there once but I haven’t been able to bring myself to go back. I don’t want to. I don’t want to dwell on the past. The 12 victims would want us to move forward and live our lives to its fullest and not look back, and that’s what I’m going to do in their memory.
I love you Colorado. RIP Batman Massacre victims. <3
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