I am ready to cry or explode or both. Job searching is a pain in the back side and I don’t need my unsupportive mother coming in to it as well. She claims that I don’t see the urgency in finding a new job. Go back to retail she says. I just went on a damn interview for part time position at a different place. So maybe the hours won’t be consistent, but it’s a job. Besides which, the retail store where I worked, well, I heard that were significant changes there. Forgive me, mom, but I would rather not get fired for not selling enough damn credit cards. I’m so upset right now and I am the middle of trying to figure out something on another job application. I hate this!
Why can’t I just have a job with the click of a button?
daily reminder that minerva mcgonagall is metal as fuck
reminder she took 3 stunning spells directly to the chest and after being taken to st mungos brushed it off like nothing
IN THE FIFTH GIF HE PATS THE CUPS WITH HIS LITTLE PAWS TO MAKE SURE IT’S IN. BRB, DYING.
forever reblogging this, my most favouite gif EVER
It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.
The bodies of two Tampa teenagers were discovered Thursday morning on a roadside in Duval County.
Angelia Mangum, 19, and Tjhisha Ball, 18, were found about 1 a.m., according to law enforcement. A witness told Jacksonville news station WJAX the teenagers were bound with zip ties and lying on top of one another.
"Two witnesses were driving by and they saw bodies and they called 911," Sgt. T.K. Waters told news station WJXT.
Officers were dispatched to Sisson Drive, near the intersection of Main Street North and Clark Road.
Investigators suspect foul play and are trying to determine the causes of death.
"They were in an area where they would have been noticed, so I think it was fairly recently since they’d been left there,” Waters also told WJXT.
A medical examiner has taken the bodies to determine the cause of death.
"I just don’t understand what happened," Ball’s sister, Crystal Moore, said.
According to Moore, both women had been living in the Jacksonville area off and on for approximately a year and a half.
"I feel like sometimes that I failed," Ball’s mother, Jerlean Moore, said. "What could I have done? What could I have taught her better? It hurts…it really hurts."
It’s a pain that’s only worsened by the fact that no one has been caught.
let’s care just as much about black girls being murdered as we do about black boys. signal boost.