The thing the means literally the most important to me has been taken. i dont know what to do

i’m crying so hard right now. like i asked how long the husband of the owner of homeward bound things the rescue is going to last. He told me 5 years. Liek 5 years is a long time in one perspective but it if you think of it like i do. I look forward to every single adoption day because its’ the only thing that keeps me from like wantting to die. 5 years that sounds like a long time. but like im only 17 5 years isn’t going to do me anything. o want tis ti last for so long becasue this rescue means literally evetyhign to me. everythign.  everybody there. all the volunteers. cheryls family. they are all family to me. i can’t stop crying thinking about like when it’s going to be done. when im going to have to not see these people all the itme. these dogs. all of these dogs

The Girls I Babysit:

  • Carly: What are those? (pointing to my scars on my wrist)
  • Me: They're battle scars.
  • Anna: Cool! Can I have some?
  • Me: Please don't ever get some okay? But when you seem someone with them like the ones I have on their wrists go hug them. Don't ever make fun of them okay?
  • As we're walking around Wal Mart with both of them holding my hands, a young girl walks by us. Carly and Anna go and hug her. She hugs these two adorable little girls back
  • Girl: Why are you hugging me?
  • Carly: You have battle scars. *points to her wrists*
  • And through her tears she looks up at me and smiles.
  • If you don't reblog this... I don't know what I'd do, just reblog it.
wirsindeins483:

bvsedjesus:

Bullies Douse Ohio Boy With Bodily Fluids, Cigarettes for Ice Bucket Challenge

An Ohio teenager with autism thought he was taking the ALS ice bucket challenge, but instead of water, a group of juveniles doused the 15-year-old boy with a mix of bodily fluids and cigarette butts, family members said Wednesday.
The incident, which was recorded on the boy’s cell phone, was released to KTLA sister station WJW-TV. The teen’s family chose to share the video in an effort to make other parents aware of bullying, the Cleveland Fox affiliate reported.
In the clip, the shirtless teen is standing in front of a garage when from above comes a bucketful of liquid, which according to the boy’s family, contained feces, urine, spit and cigarette butts.
“Once we found out about it, we were just horrified,” the boy’s mother told Fox 8. “I want these kids held accountable for what they did to him, and that they targeted somebody who just didn’t really understand what was going on.”
A police investigation is underway and criminal charges could be filed, according to Bay Village Police Department Det. Kevin Krolkosky.
“Obviously, if possible, we do want to hold those individuals accountable for their actions,” Krolkosky said.
The teen’s mother and father hoped the release of the video will inspire other parents to talk about bullying with their own children.
“The bucket challenge is supposed to be raising awareness for this disease and now they’ve turned it into a sick joke,” the victim’s mom said. “I just can’t understand why kids would do something this cruel.”
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I wanna beat the life out of these kids Im so pissed off by this.

this is disgusting. i feel horrible for that poor kid.

wirsindeins483:

bvsedjesus:

Bullies Douse Ohio Boy With Bodily Fluids, Cigarettes for Ice Bucket Challenge

An Ohio teenager with autism thought he was taking the ALS ice bucket challenge, but instead of water, a group of juveniles doused the 15-year-old boy with a mix of bodily fluids and cigarette butts, family members said Wednesday.

The incident, which was recorded on the boy’s cell phone, was released to KTLA sister station WJW-TV. The teen’s family chose to share the video in an effort to make other parents aware of bullying, the Cleveland Fox affiliate reported.

In the clip, the shirtless teen is standing in front of a garage when from above comes a bucketful of liquid, which according to the boy’s family, contained feces, urine, spit and cigarette butts.

“Once we found out about it, we were just horrified,” the boy’s mother told Fox 8. “I want these kids held accountable for what they did to him, and that they targeted somebody who just didn’t really understand what was going on.”

A police investigation is underway and criminal charges could be filed, according to Bay Village Police Department Det. Kevin Krolkosky.

“Obviously, if possible, we do want to hold those individuals accountable for their actions,” Krolkosky said.

The teen’s mother and father hoped the release of the video will inspire other parents to talk about bullying with their own children.

“The bucket challenge is supposed to be raising awareness for this disease and now they’ve turned it into a sick joke,” the victim’s mom said. “I just can’t understand why kids would do something this cruel.”

SOURCE

I wanna beat the life out of these kids Im so pissed off by this.

this is disgusting. i feel horrible for that poor kid.