"porque sin ti no hay camino ni destino
estoy perdida
porque sin ti no me importan los minutos
ni los días
porque sin ti no hay presente ni futuro
sálvame"
- Bella Traicion 

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distance between myself and the people I care about is just one of my least favorite things. like I am SO SO proud of my friends for being amazing people and going off and becoming better more educated and fulfilled human beings and following their dreams and shit but at the same time I hate that that means they aren’t with me.

and I know I am the BIGGEST hypocrite about this because I’ve been running away my whole life, from overnight camp to boarding school to spain to scotland and shit… 

I can be so independent but also I really love and rely on some close core folks and I just want them around me always. and I know with all the technology and communication these days it’s easy to keep in touch, but nothing comes close to comparing to the real in-person interactions. the actual blood pumping in that person near your actual blood.

missing people hurts. maybe instead of going away you should just stay with me and we can walk through graveyards in the sunshine and watch the stars at night and never grow up. 

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medicalschool:

Mossy fibers, which are one major type of axon in the cerebellum, relay information from outside the cerebrellum. Here multicolored mossy fibers fan within the inner granular layer of one fold or “gyrus” of the cerebellum. The enlarged “splotches” of color represent presynaptic terminals, called mossy fiber rosettes. Around the edge of the gyrus, the parallel fibers course through the molecular layer where they synapse onto Purkinje cell dendrites (not visible).

medicalschool:

Mossy fibers, which are one major type of axon in the cerebellum, relay information from outside the cerebrellum. Here multicolored mossy fibers fan within the inner granular layer of one fold or “gyrus” of the cerebellum. The enlarged “splotches” of color represent presynaptic terminals, called mossy fiber rosettes. Around the edge of the gyrus, the parallel fibers course through the molecular layer where they synapse onto Purkinje cell dendrites (not visible).

(Source: download.cell.com)

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