mislaid

mis·lay (ms-l)
tr.v. mis·laid (-ld), mis·lay·ing, mis·lays
1. To put in a place that is afterward forgotten.
2. To place or put down incorrectly.

I wish I had the courage not to fight and doubt everything… I wish, just once, I could say, ‘This. This is good enough.’

—Chuck Palahniuk (via larmoyante)

(Source: larmoyante, via wastedbullet)

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