I have chosen to lent Tumblr for obvious reasons, haha. That means I will be off of this tumblr from now, until April 5th! This is my farewell for now! And to all of those thinking of what to lent, lent Tumblr with me! If you’re wondering what lent is, in short, it’s a 40 day period where Christians sacrifice as God has sacrificed for us. It’s like giving back! :) You can read more here! Remember, I love you all, and I’ll miss you, as well. God bless<33
you didn’t fucking say that, and he thinks you fucking did and now it’s all fucked up because you can’t get him to believe you in the slightest and he can’t look at you the same because of what you didn’t fucking say. you also know you’re a fuck up when you really care for him, and you know it’s never going to be the same and all you want to do is to see that lopsided smile, and meet again on October 21st, to start all fucking over again.
Since it’s the holidays, I thought of giving a little something to show my appreciation and love for you all! So any requests I get, I’ll make an individual promotion, just for you! I will do this until the new year: Sunday, January 1st, 2012! Click here to request your promotion!
It begins, and ends with Abraham Lincoln, a Republican, being appointed President of the United States on November 6th, 1860. The southern states of the USA didn’t support Lincoln’s campaign of ending slavery. South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas (followed by Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee) all seceded from the Union and became known as the Confederate States of America in 1861, appointing Jefferson Davis as their President. Lincoln announced he needed to keep the bond of the Union; preserve the country on March 4th, 1861. The CSA was not persuaded, resulting in their attack of Fort Sumter in South Carolina, lead by General Robert E. Lee. The Federal military responded (lead by General Ulysses S. Grant) resulting in the American Civil War. It was essential that the Union come out victorious, so Lincoln kept the law which didn’t allow black people into its forces to prevent any white troops from resigning. Still, Lincoln stressed that the war was fought to preserve the Union, and not fought to end slavery.