Jessica. I don't know about you, but I'm feeling 22. As random as this blog is, that's just me. Get to know me, I don't bite =]

hotelmario:

All these “cuddle and play video games” date ideas are weak. We’re playing mario kart double dash, cuddling is a distraction. Im here to win

winchesters-from-gallifrey:

demonhamster:

she is SIXTEEN

So I had to chance to read her book for an English project this year and let me tell you, that book changed my life. She recounted her whole story and the history of her home country of Pakistan. She told about how not everyone there is bad, and her country isn’t full of terrorists as many people tend to view it these days because the Taliban has made the media news in the past few years. That quote is directly taken from the book to because I remember it stuck out to me. Malala has always been fighting for her right to have an education and for all women to get one too. She just became famous after being shot point-blank by a Talib. But she’s been fighting along side her father, who is an amazing human being and is a great advocate for Women’s Education rights. Malala lived a relatively normal life and was just a regular girl like you and me just trying to get a good education for herself. And her father owned the all girls school that she and her friends attended. I just think that’s amazing. Malala Yousafzai (who is my age) is an amazing individual who deserves more attention than she gets because of what she is trying to do for woman not just in Pakistan, but in every corner of the globe. And I think that is just phenomenal.