Brandon—

I know we weren’t very close, but I’m truly regretting that I can’t attend your funeral today.

I have known you since I was four or five. It is so weird to me that you are gone. When someone dies it always feels like there is a void in the world to me.

Mostly I’m sorry I can’t make it, because you left your family. As much as I feel that void, your family must being feeling like the earth has opened up and they are teetering on the edge. They need as many hands as possible to help them from falling.

I hope you know some peace now, because they won’t for a very long time.

Goodbye, Brandon. You will be missed.

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Most fun thing I’ve done for the wedding so far:

Pick out songs! 

Especially for the Prelude. 

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hula-chili-soup:

is your heart supposed to pound for ten minutes straight after you answer one question in class

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It’s Not Just Ferguson: Austin’s Problem With Police Brutality

rhrealitycheck:

RH Reality Check spoke with Lenzi Sheible, president of Fund Texas Women—a nonprofit that assists women with the costs of obtaining abortion care—about research she conducted into police killings in her home town of Austin, Texas, a place normally seen as politically and socially progressive.”

Read more here: http://rhrc.us/1uOr5XQ

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