Never forget.

I have a little over a week left in San Diego, which means reaching my delayed inevitable of saying goodbye to friends and a chapter of life, and moving on to the next chapter. And with that comes saying goodbye to posting on this tumblr. It’s been a while since this blog has seen any quality post, and every time I think of wanting to actually blog, I don’t know what to write. Maybe I’ll find another blogging platform, or maybe I’ll return to this one day (and maybe it will be really soon), but for now it shall remain as a relic of my college years—all the good, bad, and mindless reblogging collected through the years. 

So I guess more than anything, this is a note to me and my future self of things to remember and live by when I decide to peruse through here in the near future:

  • Never forget to stay humble and grateful.
  • Never forget that you are not better than anyone else, but never let anyone walk over you.
  • Never forget why you started this career to improve nature, cities, and walkable communities.
  • Never forget that you once supported high taxes, universal education, and universal health care. And should still do so.
  • Never forget that truth, honesty, and communication (no matter how brutal) makes for the healthiest relationships.
  • Never forget that you made a promise to never become busy.
  • Never forget to stay young at heart
  • Never forget to keep in touch with friends and family.
  • Never forget to love, be it yourself or others.
  • Never forget that you wanted to see the world.
  • Never forget your dream of New York </selfish>
  • Never forget that you don’t have bones of glass.

Now go on and enjoy life; make the most of it. 

Ex animo,
Terentius

illustratographer:

pjo678:

dominiquemcintosh:

xamity:

naturalisse:

illustratographer:

I took a photo every 2 minutes over the span of about 2 hours at a 20 second exposure and animated it all together! This 2 second loop was the result! 
Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho

HOLY FUCK

holy fuck you can actually see how the earth turns by paying attention to the stars

holy shit

It looks like the sun is pushing the night away, this is awesome

That’s actually the moon. If it were the sun, the stars wouldn’t be visible. It’s just super bright because it’s overexposed. The moon was extra bright that night though. Just before it peeked over the hill, I thought it was something else… like football stadium lights or a UFO lol.

illustratographer:

pjo678:

dominiquemcintosh:

xamity:

naturalisse:

illustratographer:

I took a photo every 2 minutes over the span of about 2 hours at a 20 second exposure and animated it all together! This 2 second loop was the result! 

Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho

HOLY FUCK

holy fuck you can actually see how the earth turns by paying attention to the stars

holy shit

It looks like the sun is pushing the night away, this is awesome

That’s actually the moon. If it were the sun, the stars wouldn’t be visible. It’s just super bright because it’s overexposed. The moon was extra bright that night though. Just before it peeked over the hill, I thought it was something else… like football stadium lights or a UFO lol.

94 days of summer in San Diego.

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It’s been a crazy four years in San Diego. I never thought I would enjoy this place, but bit by bit, I think I am starting to appreciate this little cozy chill town. Sure, it’s at the end of my four years, but better late than never right? I also visited LA today and visited the USC campus. They do have a nice campus, but it doesn’t have the same feeling as UCSD. I think it’s come full circle in finally appreciating UCSD. I still wanna bomb the fuck out of those eucalyptus trees and redesign the freaking landscape.

Things I’ve done and things to do. 27.5/94. That’s an F. There’s still lots to do compared to what I’ve done…

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eyress:

I CHALLENGE YOU TO A BATTLE OF WITS
The game is this: I set up five pairs of identical looking shots:  pineapple juice or lemon juice,  Chinese sugar tea or apple cider vinegar,  flat coke or soy sauce,  water or distilled white vinegar,  and tomato juice or Tabasco sauce.
I challenge a player in the circle to a color. They pick one and I take the other, with our best poker faces. Other players have to guess who got what.
It’s like the Princess Bride/A Study in Pink but no one gets poisoned!

Oh my god this is pure evil.

eyress:

I CHALLENGE YOU TO A BATTLE OF WITS

The game is this:
I set up five pairs of identical looking shots:
pineapple juice or lemon juice,
Chinese sugar tea or apple cider vinegar,
flat coke or soy sauce,
water or distilled white vinegar,
and tomato juice or Tabasco sauce.

I challenge a player in the circle to a color. They pick one and I take the other, with our best poker faces. Other players have to guess who got what.

It’s like the Princess Bride/A Study in Pink but no one gets poisoned!

Oh my god this is pure evil.

(via squishyjellfishy)

Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.
Turning kids&#8217; movies into horror films.
This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I&#8217;ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.

Turning kids’ movies into horror films.

This show is awesome. But of all the weeks that Netflix could have released Season 2, it just had to be the weekend before finals. 13 episodes later, I’ve finished. Not that I would have studied anyway. And the end felt so cathartic and fitting.

(Source: whyarethe-robots-so-sad, via ruinedchildhood)