Its mothers day. I spent the night dealing with a sick child and I am exhausted. Of course the child wakes perfectly well and full of energy while I drag myself out of bed. I am tired. I am tired of my life. Tired of being a single parent. Tired watching the sun rise and set. Sick of seasons coming and going. Wish I never existed. I am so broken of a person I feel there are no words to describe. Tired of crying for weeks. What a shitty mother I am. I am not celebrating mothers day today.
My fingers hurt from playing the guitar. They said I should have started with the acoustic instead of electric. Fuck it. Electric makes me happy so electric it is.
I wait for you."
— Six Word Circumstance (via siameasy)
(Source: graciouswords, via daddyfuckedme)
"There are those who will say that insisting on gender-neutral books and toys for children is a bizarre experiment in social engineering by radical lefties and paranoid “femininazis” who won’t allow boys to be boys, and girls to be girls. (Because, by the way, seeking equality of rights and opportunities was a key plank of Nazi ideology, was it?) But the “experiment” is nothing new. When I grew up in the 1970s, and when my parents grew up in the 1950s, brothers and sisters shared the same toys, books and games, which came in many more colours than just pink and blue, and there was no obvious disintegration of society as a result. Publishers and toy companies like to say that they are offering parents more “choice” these days by billing some of their products as just for boys and others as just for girls. What they’re actually doing, by convincing children that boys and girls can’t play with each other’s stuff, is forcing parents to buy twice as much stuff."
— Gender-specific books demean all our children. So the Independent on Sunday will no longer review anything marketed to exclude either sex - Comment - Voices - The Independent (via becauseiamawoman)