It was the closest thing I will ever see that has any semblance of enchantment, true captivation.
I have you ever left a city you love, a city you call home to return at a later date only to find almost everything that made that city what it was to you has changed?
7. When you realize your parents can’t protect you from everything, and that they are just as human as you are.
I wasn’t until my 30th birthday approached that I began to feel the first real impulse to get hitched.
I always catch myself wondering what I was thinking when I was a teenager. I know I’m not old now but I’m no longer that little girl who just couldn’t wait to grow up.
Work on yourself first.
I was 17 when my parents first started World War III, and every day after I tirelessly tried to fix it.
13. You are finally enjoying reading books. No one is making you read them, but you do it because you want to.
“Being 27 is parallel to being a newly post-pubescent teenager; so many feels, so many conflicting emotions, so much self-inflicted pressure. At some point, it’s just easier to pray you make it to 30 in one piece and resolve to figure it out from there…”
That being a mess is endearing.