The Dog Without A Snout of the Day: Kabang jumped in front of a motorcycle last year to save the lives of two little girls in the Philippines — but she lost her snout in the process.
Despite the grave injury, Kabang showed no signs of suffering, so her owner decided not to put her down. Kabang soon learned how to eat with her paws.
Still, her wounds weren’t quite healing properly.
Enter the Internet: This month, thanks to $20,000 in online donations, Kabang is undergoing reconstructive surgery at UC-Davis.
Contentment. Sometimes I wonder whether we’re all condemned not to have it or is it really just that hard to achieve it?
A few months in college and I feel like I’m going to burst. Gaining weight, not being able to go to the college of my choice, constantly being humiliated by a sadistic professor, are just some of the factors that contribute to my never ending longing for contentment.
Although I have met such great people, that still doesn’t give me enough reason to want to stay since they also long to be somewhere else.
And the non-stop circulation of tumblr reblog photos wherein there’s a painting of the world map saying “Go find yourself” and I think to myself, “Give me a nice place to live in, enough money to feed me, a job that I love, and a ticket out here, and I would be gone in a matter of seconds.” It’s not that I hate this place, I hate the big idea of being stuck here.
It is depressing to know that you’re going to be stuck in this place for how many more years and probably just die because of self-pity.
Pessimistic me is taking over. Enough of this, enough.