I was trying to think of a song that could say goodbye to the year and the decade. this album changed how I think and feel about life and music. after hearing this song probably hundreds of times, I still feel as strongly as I did when I first listened.
I don’t care if it’s corny or clichéd that I love fall out boy so much. like thousands of other kids, they made me feel less alone throughout my depression and anxiety.
I don’t usually make new year’s resolutions, but I do wish that with in this next decade, we can remove the stigma that comes with openly discussing mental illness. instead of calling each other “emo” f-words (not fuck, you all know I’ll say that), maybe we can guide people towards recovery.
would it be too awkward to ask her if she can do a specific hairstyle? ask her on facebook, I mean. I don’t to assume she can do it (it’s not a typical thing) and make an appointment. and then be disappointed.
okay, so my laptop crashed earlier this year, and I lost a huge amount of music. my ipod touch was still functioning via a wall charger, so I’ve been buying music on there. if I sync it, I know I’ll lose all of my music, blah blah blah.
my question is: if I sync my ipod touch with my laptop again, can I ensure I can keep all of that music I bought?