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Ashley.
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End of the summer fire with the guys  👍🔥❤️

End of the summer fire with the guys 👍🔥❤️

jaclcfrost:

do you know how difficult it is to feel secure in your looks and personality and overall self when absolutely no one has ever shown any interest in you whatsoever like yeah you shouldn’t base all of your self-confidence on other people but still there’s like always that irritating little voice inside of you that tells you that you’ve never been worth a second glance or getting to know for anyone and you can try to ignore it all you want but it’s still there

story of my life.

(via redneckbelle)


“Being able to look at Miranda and know everything about her and know her good times, the bad times, every habit that she has and everything she does, I don’t have a problem with one thing about her. I can find something in everything she does and say that is awesome. She’s somebody that I’m constantly in awe of the things that she does and says and the way she looks. It just doesn’t get old to me. I don’t get tired of it. I know that’s a lame way to talk about love but when you talk about being in love with somebody I think as I’ve gotten older once you get past those early days of you cry when they go to the grocery store and you don’t want to sleep so you can stare at them, once you get past that and you still feel the way that I’m talking about. To me that’s when it gets good.”

“Being able to look at Miranda and know everything about her and know her good times, the bad times, every habit that she has and everything she does, I don’t have a problem with one thing about her. I can find something in everything she does and say that is awesome. She’s somebody that I’m constantly in awe of the things that she does and says and the way she looks. It just doesn’t get old to me. I don’t get tired of it. I know that’s a lame way to talk about love but when you talk about being in love with somebody I think as I’ve gotten older once you get past those early days of you cry when they go to the grocery store and you don’t want to sleep so you can stare at them, once you get past that and you still feel the way that I’m talking about. To me that’s when it gets good.”

(Source: blakesheltondaily, via tipbackyourdixie)