I got a scholarship without applying for it, or even hearing about it before today.
A “Chancellor’s Scholarship” for Embry-Riddle.
It’s worth $10,200 a year, so that takes a quarter of my fees. Plus I’ve still got the FAFSA money, which will probably come close to $11,000, so I’m looking at about $21,000 in remaining fees.
I am now officially 18 years old!
Guess who’s going to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at Prescott!
Seriously though if there are any tall, nurturing girls who follow me, lemme know.
Like, taller than 5’8” and willing to date a shorter (5’6”. Or however tall I am I dunno) guy.
I hate dragging the zodiac into this but if you’re a Cancer that meets all of the above then yeah.
I feel desperate and this actually isn’t a really 100% serious request for a partner it’s more like I’m just lonely and want to be cuddled.
I’m regretting my icon.
I’m not exactly sure how long it’s been since I began my Tumblr career, but I’ve loved every moment of it.
I’ve made friends, some which I hope I’ll have for the rest of my life.
I’ve lost friends because of simple arguments.
I’ve even made enemies, simply for speaking my mind.
Almost 600 of you have followed me through thick and thin. Some of my posts have been unacceptable to those who once followed me, but I can understand that. My views don’t exactly fall in line with the majority of Tumblr.
Up until my stay here, I kept my emotional problems locked away, which caused more harm than the initial traumas themselves.
The people I told have helped me more than they know.
I may not have had the happiest life, but at least I know that people who were only a slight step above total strangers cared more about me than I thought anyone ever would.
What the future holds for me, I have no idea. Nevertheless, I know that, if my life should go downhill, I will have friends to help me back onto my feet.
I hope that I have been a source of entertainment over the past 49,999 posts, and that I will continue to entertain for however many more I will make in my time here on Tumblr.
It’s been hilarious, depressing, and even enraging, but in the end it has been one of the best, most important times of my life.
Thank you, for everything.