One of the reasons why the things that we’re doing this year are so muchmore fun and meaningful and fulfilling is because we know this will be our last chance to experience everything, together.
Which is both upsetting - because we’ll eventually have to part ways; and exciting at the same time… To finally get the chance to start anew with our separate lives after 6 plus long years of living under one roof. But we’ll always stay sisters at heart.
when something funny happens, you’d be the first i want to tell. why? because it just feels right. because maybe, maybe at the back of my head it’s my way of saying, “i wished you were there,” or “it could’ve been funnier if you were around.” or maybe the story’s just the normal funny everyday things that happen slightly rephrased in a way that would hopefully make you want to be a part of it. please hope to be a part of it.
“What is it about him I love? Everything. It would be silly to tell you how smart, and funny, and brilliant and special and beautiful he is. I mean, it is all this, but it is beyond that. I don’t know… he is just the one. Before I even met him, I knew. I had been in love with him for quite a while.”—Vanessa Paradis talking about Johnny Depp (via chocolate-cigarettes)
“You don’t just automatically love someone. you have to slowly learn to trust, then you start believing them. You want to be with them more to the point where you’re jealous of anyone who tries to be with that person. Then it gets you mad but you get past it, you can’t be jealous anymore. You can’t because you have this undying confidence that this person will never leave you, they will never betray you, and that they would never pick someone else over you, that you’re irreplaceable. That’s when the confidence hits you, that you really do love each other and it’s unbreakable.”—(via eletheowl)
I love who you are, and what you do and how you try. I’ve seen your kindness and your strength that carries you through. I’ve seen the best of you. I’ve seen the worst of you. And I understand with perfect clarity exactly what you are. And I love you just as you are.
I am overjoyed to have heard of your jubilant return to employment. Although, does this mean we won’t be hearing wedding bells anytime soon? jk
Maddie! You’ve gone awol on Fb, where have you been to? Thank you so much miss, I’m super excited to be returning to a 9-6 job and enduring traffic jams everyday =p Wedding bells? God willing it will be sometime next year. Me and the future husband are now finding the courage to tell our families about our little plan. Terrifying, tsk >_<
Fb is such a time suck, I’ll be back when life’s done being a crazy whirlwind. Good luck with everything. I KNOW HOW THE TERROR FEELS lol right there with ya sweetie but it’s altogether exciting just the same innit. tc always you <3
“Inappropriate and unacceptable began their modern careers in the 1980s as part of the jargon of political correctness. They have more or less replaced a number of older, more exact terms: coarse, tactless, vulgar, lewd. They encompass most of what would formerly have been called “improper” or “indecent.” An affair between a teacher and a pupil that was once improper is now inappropriate; a once indecent joke is now unacceptable. This linguistic shift is revealing. Improper and indecent express moral judgements, whereas inappropriate and unacceptable suggest breaches of some purely social or professional convention. Such “non-judgemental” forms of speech are tailored to a society wary of explicit moral language…. What was once an offence against decency must be recast as something akin to a faux pas.”
“You can’t force love, I realized. It’s there or it isn’t. If it’s not there, you’ve got to be able to admit it. If it is there, you’ve got to do whatever it takes to protect the ones you love.”—Richelle Mead (via kari-shma)