"While my son and I waited for our bus to arrive, I opened up my umbrella because it had suddenly begun to rain. I found that my son had disappeared so I was looking around, when I found him holding an umbrella up for an elder who had been crouching next to the bus stop, selling vegetable seeds. He must have felt pity for the elder who had been frantically packing up his belongings while getting rained on…As a mother, I was so proud to have a son like him…I was happy.
The words that the grandfather spoke when we parted really left an impression: “Even if an atomic bomb were to drop, I would do whatever it takes to save that boy.”
My son’s math grades may not be the best
But he loves people and he loves animals….that’s enough, right? ^^”
wow this just blew my mind. so beautiful.
cleaned my room today
awh looks so nice(via
I AM CRYING I CAN’T RBETHE
OH GOD THE SECOND GIF ELLEN LOOKS SO CONCERNED OH GOD I WANT ELLEN AS MY MOM OR MY COOL AUNT CRIES ABOUT IT
THAT EXPRESSION PEOPLE MAKE WHEN THEY’RE ABOUT TO FALL OFF A CHAIR
IT IS THE BEST EXPRESSION
it’s a shame the original caption for this is gone bc it was a really nice story. An author decided he wanted his 2000-ish word essay tattooed onto people, but only one word per person, if someone was to die, the story would be gone.
It’s kind of amazing to think, imagine being that author and having a story that could never be read, yet it could be anywhere in the world. idk man I just think it’s pretty incredible.
"Shelley Jackson’s Skin project, a 2095-word story published exclusively in tattoos, one word each on as many willing volunteers, so it can never be read in its proper order, but just exists, pulsing, out in the world at all times."