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adonisarias:

Downtown L.A.
y2kbae:

✨💖💎y2kbae 4 Eva💎💖✨
the-fashion-alba:

the cherry blossom girl
“Loneliness does not come from having no people around you, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to you.”
- Carl Jung

So over the past couple of years I’ve often debated on whether moving out of my family’s house and how I would do it. It’s been a decision that I’ve battled with since I was 14 but obviously because I was too young I never made any moves and part of me hoped that, the yearn to move out would go away over the years but it hasn’t. It has only intensified. 

Then when I turned 18 I was given a brand new list of responsibilities and felt that it would be wrong of me to move out, and again when I turned 21. But now that I am 22 years old and feel the way that I do, I just feel as if it is time for me to just “up and out” if you will. I need a new and fresh start, yet I’m hesitant because I don’t want to risk burning any bridges with some people. But in the end those are the same people that make me feel like shit everyday. So should I just leave and hope that after some time they will get over it?

I don’t know anymore, I guess I’ll just find out. 

I finally booked my flight, now the real question is should I come back? 

kushandwizdom:

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