My name is Colton, and this page consists of the thoughts and interests of a small town college kid from Arkansas. No theme. Just me. Follower of Christ. Sports and music enthusiast. Calvin & Hobbes and Peanuts comics fan. Fraternity member. Dog lover. Hopeless romantic. Laid back. Professional nap taker. Movie watcher. Runner. Friend. Work hard. Play harder. Pray hardest.

 

DMX goes to the amusement park in the most DMX way possible.

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Dating isn’t just a part of life. It’s a privilege, writes Coleen York. Getting to know someone is a privilege. 

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bedlammagazine:

Dating isn’t just a part of life. It’s a privilege, writes Coleen York. Getting to know someone is a privilege.

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KiD CuDi - Erase Me (ft. KanYe West)

It’s like I’m her new nightmare, she ain’t escaping
It makes me feel a bit complete
Knowing someone you love don’t feel the same way about ya
Memories they soon delete

Growing in The Lord isn’t about knowing the most or having it all figured out. It’s about recognizing how deeply you need Jesus and letting Him call the shots. If you want to max out your spiritual growth, just honestly tell Jesus, “I am nothing without you. What do you want this to be, and will you help me get there?” That’s as grown as it gets.

Lee Younger (via leeyounger)

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Donald Glover really broke my heart with all of these. 

This is something

I hate that he was seen as “crazy” for this. This is important. People get in this place and have these moments and it’s perfectly human.

People often ask ‘as a christian, how do I react to this or that type of person?’ If you want to be Christian at someone, love them. Encourage them. Celebrate their victories. Mourn their losses. Be someone they can talk to. That is as maximum strength Christian as it gets.

Jed Brewer on episode 120 of Say That (via htxhoney)

(Source: thebridgechicago)

Write because you want to communicate with yourself. Write because you want to communicate with someone else. Write because life is weird and tragic and amazing. Write because talking is difficult. Write because it polishes the heart. Write because you can. Write because you can’t. Write because there is a blackbird outside of my window right now and oh my god isn’t that the best start to the day? Write because you’re trying to figure yourself out. Write because you might not ever figure yourself out. Write because there still aren’t enough love poems in the world.

Dalton Day, interviewed for Banango Street (via yesdarlingido)

(Source: bostonpoetryslam)