Okay honestly, sometimes it’s frustrating that I’m over thirty pounds lighter than I was two years ago, and I feel like most of the time it goes unnoticed. It was a pretty gradual process, and I don’t really talk about it, and I certainly don’t go out of my way to make a “then and now” photo set or something of that nature on social media. But I feel like since I don’t shove it down people’s throats, most people don’t notice. And then there are the people in my school who go out of their way to constantly talk about their weight loss and how healthy they are etc etc. I understand they’re proud of themselves, but I don’t know, it annoys me because I’m not like that but they’re the ones getting the attention even though I’m the same way. I don’t even like a lot of attention, but it would be flattering sometimes I guess. Thirty pounds is a lot of weight to not be recognized when it’s gone.
It’s the kind of memorial rock stars dream of … famed Sunset Strip nightclub Whisky a Go Go — where The Doors got their start back in the 60s — will be honoring Ray Manzarek on its marquee for the rest of the week, TMZ has learned.
A rep for the famed rock club tells us, the marquee memorial will stay up tonight through Saturday — and every show in the meantime will be dedicated in Manzarek’s honor.
The rep says the club will also be briefly “going dark” tonight at 8pm in remembrance.
As we reported, Manzarek — one of the founding members of the iconic rock band — passed away today following a long battle with bile duct cancer. He was 74.
The Doors were playing as the house band at the Whisky — opening for acts like Van Morrison — when a record exec discovered them and gave the band their first big record deal.
Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2013/05/20/the-doors-whisky-a-go-go-ray-manzarek-dead-tribute-memorial/#ixzz2TtGrbNSu
Whenever I feel unmotivated to workout,
I just have to remember how I feel right now:
hopeful and inspired.
I can do this.
This is why you marry your best friend.
ugh. I have to reblog this. I am bound by a code.
this was seriously a struggle not to reblog
Fighting to not have panic attacks has become part of my daily routine.
Sometimes I win.
Most times I lose.
Yesterday was beautiful. Found the perfect spot to eat a sandwich.
where is this?!
So much to love about this picture
“Two years he walks the earth. No phone, no pool, no pets, no cigarettes. Ultimate freedom. An extremist. An aesthetic voyager whose home is the road.”