Don't base this blog too much on my personality. I express my feelings through writing, dance,&music. I try to keep it as real as possible on this G. Get to know me on your own time. Keep it legit. Sincerly, Sheryl Ann Padre


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my first gif ever.

my first gif ever.

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Yes, I’ll regret things I’ve done, or haven’t done. But I will not dwell on what happened or could’ve happened.
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Put more in the box.

http://iamsherylannpadre.tumblr.com/ask

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carolinedevera:

that’s so cute
hey future husband…..

carolinedevera:

that’s so cute

hey future husband…..

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danwin:

I find it so anomalous how a person can have their “eye” on multiple personas at a given time. Centralizing your focus and attention on one person at a time would be ideal, rather than having person-to-person ADD and giving others false hope.

That’s how you lead people on. 

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I’m telling you, she’s toooo adorable(:

I’m telling you, she’s toooo adorable(:

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I’m marrying this girl one day.

I’m marrying this girl one day.

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Anonymous asked: What happened with you and Sean?

We didn’t work out. Plain and simple.

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Anonymous asked: but what if he doesnt talk to you as much anymore?

Well then….idk. I wouldn’t jump to that conclusion so soon…unless he does it all the time.

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Always have HOPE.

*inspired by my last ask

When it comes to relationships, it’s normal for us to have doubts and assumptions from the beginning. The thought of losing someone in the process of the relationship before the relationship even starts is a big problem that we all tend to turn towards. Don’t think negatively when you’re aiming for something you want. The moment you start to doubt, the less important that special something becomes to you. That special someone should be what you crave for. He/she is the person you don’t mind giving the world to. Nothing will stop you from fighting. You don’t know if you’ll lose that person or not in the future, and you don’t need to have the mindset in the beginning.

Instead, build your relationship. Keep the mindset, “We will make it.” The more positive you think, the better things will be. If you’re fighting for someone or something, never lose hope. Hope will keep you going. Having hope will remind you that all the trials are worth it, whether it’d be distance, parents, insecurities, lack of communication, etc., have hope that everything will get better. Positivity is the way to get to the place you want to be.

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Anonymous asked: I think we're both committed, and we're both willing to face the possible outcomes, and trust me she's definitely worth it all. The only thing I'm afraid of is losing her in the process. I want her to know I'm there for her, no matter what. cause' she deserves someone who 's willing to do that. Communication though.. that will probably be the MAIN problem.

That’s great that you guys are both committed. Don’t EVER let the thought of losing her. That’s the biggest thing that everyone has, and that’s what always causes a downfall. It’s all about thinking positive when it comes to relationships in general. Honestly, in my opinion. Communication is a problem if it’s not there, but as long as you know at the end of the day that you guys are each other’s one and only, and have hope in the relationship, things will definitely work out. Always have hope.

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Anonymous asked: How was your day? <3

great! Thanks for asking(:

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Anonymous asked: So, uhmm I like this girl. And she lives EXACTLY 2,000 miles away from me. But I don't know if it's worth the distance or not....

Wow, that’s pretty far. You really need to ask yourself if you’re prepared to put yourself in the hands of the possibilities of what could be. Are you happy with liking someone that’s that far? Are you willing to be completely committed? Do you trust yourself? Is communication going to be enough(phone, internet,webcam)? Are you PATIENT?

Then….you see if she’s prepared to do the same. It’s all about teamwork.

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