Anonymous said: Do you support war and fighting, and are therefore against peace for the world as you're dating someone in the army? As surely who you date reflects who you are, and someone who actively joined the army can't be peaceful, that or they cant get a decent job anyhow. Just curious.
Okay, first of all…I would class fighting for, and protecting, all that you love e.g. your country as a “decent job”. Second of all, if being in the army is something he wants to do…which it very much is, then I am in no place not to be supporting that decision.
You don’t have to be against peace for the world in order to support your boyfriend’s career choice, he’s doing it for all the right reasons. Honestly, I think that it doesn’t matter what I do/do not support in regards to war and fighting as long as I support him.
In regards to who you date being a reflection on who you are, I don’t see him being in the army as a majorly negative thing. He’s taught me a lot of new (and mega important) things. I mean sure, it has it’s obvious downsides, but overall it’s putting yourself completely on the line for everything and everyone you care about and if you can’t find it in yourself to at least try and be willing to support and respect that, without thinking that I would be supporting violence, then I don’t really know what else I could say.
Anonymous said: What's your boyfriend called?
Don’t know why girls try to pursue guys who have girlfriends, seriously.
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