|—||me, while pressing “next episode” (via theclockstrikes-capaldi)|
Ginger: I’m really glad you said we needed to talk. I’ve been wanting to talk to you too, really!
Darren: Ginger, I-
Ginger: Now, I know what you’re gonna say. Things between us haven’t been quite right lately; you’ve been busy with football, me caught with the band. But-
Ginger: But I’ve been giving a lot of thought! I just think we have to work a little harder at it-
Darren: Ginger, it’s over.
Darren: Us. We’re over….there’s someone else.
Ginger: …Yeah……don’t do this! Darren, don’t!
Darren: Ginger, we-
Ginger: I can try harder! I won’t miss a game, I’ll be there in the stands cheering you on, and-
Darren: You’ll be miserable! Both of us will; it’s not who you are!
Ginger: …Who am I?
Darren: You’re Ginger Foutley, and you’re opinionated, you’re headstrong, and wonderful, and you think football is stupid, and you’re probably right! We fight all the time, and things with Simone are just….well….easier….I’m sorry, Ginger. Really sorry. And I hope one day you can forgive me for this…
Ginger: I won’t, Darren. The thing is…I never will…
"Whenever I’ve been afraid to make that leap, I’ve thought back to that moment when it seemed like my Mom’s entire world fell apart, and yet she was still convinced of her love for my soon-to-be dad.
Time gives your life a unique perspective as you get older. You see that the challenges that once seemed so scary when you were young really weren’t that scary at all. Looking back, you’re glad you took the risks. Like my mother said, ‘If you don’t get a few bruises and scrapes along the way, then you’re not living.’
And if time teaches us anything in this crazy world, it’s that nothing worth having ever comes easy.
This kid literally sang a gospel song for three hours straight to annoy the man who kidnapped him so he’d let him go and it worked! Why isn’t he all over the news?
oh yeah because he is black
Reblogging this to my Matilda blog since this little kid is my hero