For the past four and a half months, I have had my address out on the internet as an invitation for anyone to send me their blades so they can take a step forward towards getting better.
In those four and a half months, I have received these:
- 71 blades
- 4 bobby pins
- 3 paper clips
- 2 safety pins
- 1 needle
- 1 letter opener
- 1 lighter
I can’t really say much in response to this, because honestly I don’t think there are words to describe how proud and how humbled I am.
These people are fighters, and the day they sent those away, it was another step towards winning the war.
Bless you all…Thank you for trusting me <3
NOTE: If you would like to send in your tools, I will accept them and I will attach them to cards and keep them safe just like the ones pictured above. You can send anything you want to:
PO Box 1211
Burnsville, MN 55337
This may be one of the most powerful pictures I have ever seen… one of them has my name on it, and it chills me.
Wow, this is amazing.
people like this make me want to punt a baby.
People that should be next on line for the gas chamber.
It took me a while…
시간이 애매해서 잠도 못 자고 이럼….으…
나님, 되도않는 뽀뽀짤 그만 그려여….ㅠㅜ……
can i just?
Hannibal!00Q x : Bond is a psychiatrist. Q is his patient, a young FBI criminal profiler, who is haunted by his ability to empathize with serial killers. (I’m in love with psychopath!Bond!
- I don’t find you very interesting.
- You will.
Already working on it dear
cats!00Q : Q can turn himself into a cat. Well, Bond can do it too.
(I”m so sorry…)
I love the gifsets you do when you have no idea what you are doing.
Monroe are you seeing this. First RP remember?
A Florida high school student was expelled and arrested after she continued to carry on a same-sex relationship with a minor student after she turned 18.
Kaitlyn Hunt was arrested in February at the behest of her 15-year-old girlfriend’s parents and charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery of a child 12 to 16 years old.
A judge ruled that Hunt could still go to her Sebastian, Fla., school if she did not have contact with the 15-year-old. Unhappy with that decision, the girlfriend’s parents also made an appeal to the school board, and Hunt was then expelled from Sebastian River High School just weeks before her graduation.
Her mother, Kelley Hunt Smith, claims State Attorney Brian Workman offered her daughter a plea deal that she has until Friday to accept or face trial. The plea deal includes “two years house arrest and one year probation.”
Her father, Steven R. Hunt, said the school disapproved of the relationship from the beginning. Hunt reportedly had good grades and participated in cheerleading, chorus and basketball. She was voted “most school spirited.” But when she began dating another girl from the basketball team, her coach dropped her citing that the relationship would cause “drama.”
Hunt’s family started a petition on Change.org asking people to “Stop the prosecution of 18 year old girl in a same-sex relationship” and calling it a “cruel waste of our taxes.” The petition, addressed to the Indian River County State Attorney’s Office, has more than 28,500 signatures so far.
“They are out to destroy my daughter, because they feel like she ‘made’ their daughter gay,” Smith said. “They see being gay as wrong and they blame my daughter. Of course, I see it 100 percent differently. I don’t see or label these girls as gay. They are teenagers in high school experimenting with their sexuality – with mutual consent. And even if their daughter is gay, who cares? She is still their daughter.”
Some other information: the 15 year old’s mother initially said that the relationship was fine as long as it was consensual. But the minute Kaitlyn turned 18, she was filing charges against her. If found guilty, she faces jail time or house arrest and will be labeled as sex offender for the rest of her life.
Well… welcome to Earth, 21st century. I can only say these kids will be happy when they turn 18/21, can take care of themselves and be far away from parents and people like this.
I can’t believe it. And the they ask why kids run away from their homes, why they’re violent or why some of them even commit suicide. It’s so sad that those kids are so miserable at home and at school that they thing those are the only ways out of their misery.