This will be my last post on tumblr. I’ve met someone incredible, and had the most amazing talk of my life. I really questioned a lot about myself, and what I want, and who I am. I like literature, I like art, I like meeting all of you that I have met on here, I like humor, I like being surprised by what everyone has to offer, especially all the things that tumblr has that nothing else does, whether it be something small like gifs or the atmosphere in general. However, I am not interested in how many followers I have, or wether or not people will like what I reblog, or having to feel like I have to make what I say sound more exciting that just saying what I have to say (if you catch my drift). I am not interested in strong opposing forces, or arguing, though I understand debate serves its purpose, though that is hardly the point. I know that no matter what I will never feel comfortable devoting mass amounts of my time to a website full of people who dont care, and I wouldnt feel any more comfortable doing so even if everyone actually did care. I have nothing to gain from tumblr. It prevents me from living a pro-active lifestyle of doing things like watching the news to keep myself informed, or going to the library to find new poetry, or to an art gallery to look at new or different or classic art, and I would go as far as to say it prevents me from thinking for myself. Reblogs wont save the journalists, or the artists, or the librarians, reblogs wont save your confidence, reblogs wont save anything. Everything I do, I do for myself (at least from here on out). This could come across sounding selfish, which isnt the case at all. I will reach my heart out to anyone as best as I can and I will only have the best intentions, and I will do many things for other but I will do it as a source of fulfillment to myself. I havent much more to say, so I wont. If anyone might need me for any reason, or if one of you might need someone to talk to I have my facebook (https://www.facebook.com/autumn.h.fitzpatrick) in those parentheses there, and I wish you all well.
Much Love, Autumn Fitzpatrick.