Missing Youth - Ashley McCarthy
Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a 14 year old girl who was last seen August 12th.
Ashley McCarthy is Aboriginal, approximately 5’4″ tall, 125 lbs., with long black straight hair, brown eyes and a medium build. She was last seen wearing a long-sleeved black shirt and black jeans.
Ashley is originally from Vancouver Island and has never been to Vancouver before. It’s believed she may be in the downtown core, possibly panhandling to raise money.
Anyone who sees Ashley or has information about her whereabouts is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately or
Crime Stoppers at 1(800) 222-8477.
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We re-posted this picture on our Facebook page with this quote and wanted to share it with you guys as well.
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whenever i see pictures or posts about her i cry because she was gorgeous both inside and out and even though i never knew her, she is in my heart everyday
this girl’s gone and i think it’d be nice if everyone could reblog this no matter what kind of blog you have in her memory because she deserved it, she was the nicest girl ever, and it’d just be plain disrespectful if you didn’t reblog this
rip liv <3
Miss you so much, rip beautiful x
1. Experiment to see what makes you happy.
2. Hang out with people who are happy and upbeat – as other people affect the way we feel.
3. Make a list of your blessings – don’t focus on “what’s wrong”.
4. Cultivate an attitude of thankfulness. Add to your…
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I LOVE FERRETS. THEY’RE SO ADORABLE!!!
Today, I was helping my art teacher.
During a lull in the class, he suddenly said that he was going to let me in on a little secret.
He pulled out his phone, showed me a picture of a guy grinning, and said “This is the ‘girl’ I’ve told you about.”
I just smiled at him.
It must take a lot of courage to tell anyone that.
Erick, you GMH
[Image is of a family who have tape across their mouths and, ‘NOH8’ written on their cheeks]
Parenting: you’re doing it fabulously.
Pumpkin teaching us about June’s “neck rust,” complete with visuals.
Pumpkin asking her mom what an apocalypse was, and June explaining that it’s when zombies attack.
“I hope Mama don’t eat Glitzy. She eats everything else.”
Even though everyone has those, you can be grateful that what you’ve been through, has made you the beautiful person you are now.
I agree with the crying because I’ve done that so many time. Especially, at night when I’m just laying there waiting to fall asleep. But, what I have learned, is that things always gets worse before they get better. Eventually, things will be better, but if you give up then you’ll never be able to find happiness.
[Image: A scene from “Brokeback Mountain” when the main characters are about to kiss. Text: “I don’t wanna come out because hiding it is half the fun”]
I do have to admit, sneaking around behind everyone’s back and them not knowing what you’re doing, is kind of a turn on!