The beauty in starting over is that it helps you find the blessings in endings. The good in goodbyes and what lies on the other side of fear, the magic that lies beyond your comfort zone and the wonderful things life has to offer you when you decide to look up.
You’ll be always in my heart, I’ll always be a forgotten face in your past, I should feel sad about being so forgettable but I don’t feel anything at all
I don’t know if my story will make sense to others or if people will relate to it, but I hope it makes sense to you. I hope you always find yourself in it.
We learn to love the imperfections of the other and completes us, making us whole.
I didn’t go Nantucket searching for the love of my life. I didn’t go looking for a boyfriend or a man to fill some empty void. I went because I like to take chances, I like to put myself out there despite the disappointments that I can never seem to escape from. I went because I’m a freaking hopeless romantic. Sue me.
They plan dinners with female friends that could easily be lunch dates.
This has to be the best news short of a Happy Endings revival.
Life has thrown you down, but you have already picked yourself up thousands of times, probably with the support of your loved ones. Life is hard. But it is worth it, and you know it.
2. ‘Veep’ helped Tony Hale finally get that long overdue award that the Emmys owed him after ‘Arrested Development.’ Buster Bluth isn’t a Milford Man anymore.
In the spirit of ‘Breaking Bad’ finally (!) winning Best Drama, all the Emmy voters took meth before they cast their ballots.