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@1 year ago with 9 notes
#natu #pokemon 

Business closed until further announcement.

Don’t try to bother me, please. Just leave me alone. 

@1 year ago
#business closed 
tarts. (Taken with Instagram)

tarts. (Taken with Instagram)

@1 year ago
heyoscarwilde:

Thanks Neil.
via Jimmy Bryant

I miss him I miss him I MISS HIM.
But he wanted us to be happy, so we have to be happy.

heyoscarwilde:

Thanks Neil.

via Jimmy Bryant

I miss him I miss him I MISS HIM.

But he wanted us to be happy, so we have to be happy.

@1 year ago with 1210 notes
#i miss him i miss him #i just miss him #neil armstrong 
that’s my memorial ring. anything for u, my babe Neil. (Taken with Instagram)

that’s my memorial ring. anything for u, my babe Neil. (Taken with Instagram)

@1 year ago

business still closed. feeling a bit better, but no, still closed.

@1 year ago

just tired. plain tired. don’t want to think, don’t want to move. don’t force me to do anything. i’m so goddamn tired of everything in this world.

@1 year ago
asonlynasacan:

life:

Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon, died on August 25, 20012. In honor of his life and career, LIFE.com is republishing the page spreads — and, in effect, the entire issue — of LIFE magazine’s famous August 11, 1969, special edition, “To the Moon and Back.” For millions of people who witnessed the Apollo 11 mission, watching on television or following it on the radio as humanity improbably, marvelously, actually walked on the moon, the event perhaps did not feel quite real until, more than two weeks later, LIFE published its definitive account of the epic journey.
See the photos here on LIFE.com.

Yes. I love LIFE. 

asonlynasacan:

life:

Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon, died on August 25, 20012. In honor of his life and career, LIFE.com is republishing the page spreads — and, in effect, the entire issue — of LIFE magazine’s famous August 11, 1969, special edition, “To the Moon and Back.” For millions of people who witnessed the Apollo 11 mission, watching on television or following it on the radio as humanity improbably, marvelously, actually walked on the moon, the event perhaps did not feel quite real until, more than two weeks later, LIFE published its definitive account of the epic journey.

See the photos here on LIFE.com.

Yes. I love LIFE. 

@1 year ago with 721 notes
#neil armstrong #I MISS YOU I MISS YOU I MISS YOU 

My brand new pet project

http://warorpeaceandsoldiers.tumblr.com/

@1 year ago
#pimp my blog #pet project #war #peace #soldiers 

sleep tight sweetheart.

buona notte,bello mio.

@1 year ago
#neil armstrong #i hate sadness #just let me be