Even if they aren’t quite someone who had been in your life for a long period of time, they made an impact that left an imprint in your heart.
You know how they say that it is better to have loved and lost, than to never love at all? Well, it’s that in-between stage – of wondering when you will ever love again – that is the hardest part of it all.
The “I Have An Event/Holiday/Fun Weekend And Am Going To Go Off Of The Deep End” Stage: You find yourself going off the deep end and diving head first into a pile of whipped cream.
Anaconda by Nicki Minaj: Nicki should be honored immensely for providing the world with this amazingly progressive video highlighting the pride we should all have in having a big butt.
We are so afraid that if we do show emotion, people will judge us for being weak, because it is out of our character to be anything but indestructible.
There is that instant, gut emotion you get when you see someone for the first time, that can be ever so telling as to where your relationship with them will take off.
When you have finally moved past the worst parts of a breakup, you start to get an idea in your head about what it would be like to accidentally run into that person again.
The food is good and the food is free. Want a pudding cup? Go in the cabinet. Feel like Chinese food tonight? Suggest it for dinner. Need to do some shopping at Whole Foods? Too late! Mom and Dad already went there and stocked the fridge with organic coconut water. Sit back, relax, and keep your paycheck safely in your checking account where it belongs.
You will often wonder what life would be like without them, but you won’t dive too far into what that would feel like because it tears you out of your comfort zone.
Last weekend, I walked into a bar with a bunch of my friends. I was at my lowest weight since last year, hair and makeup on fleek – I felt hot. But then this guy took one look at me and said to his friend, “We should go.”