A few weeks ago, I was talking to one of my friends about an attractive guy I had spotted in a café.
You’ll know because the breeze will be warm and friendly and your skin won’t mind it like it used to.
If your peace and acceptance is contingent on someone else, and if your hope is external, you do not really have any of those things.
Here I am, trying out the couple thing, which I can only compare to learning a foreign language as an adult: when you’re young, the knowledge seems to seep in by osmosis, but it becomes a conscious learning effort once you’re older and set in your ways.
The first words out of his mouth were “Oh wow, you’re beautiful.”
2. I can’t reconcile “not settling” and “not being lonely.”
Movie couples always have that eager, adventurous kiss in the morning. Oh yeah? But what about the morning breath!
12. If I join too many extra-curricular activities, can I quit some without people being weird and resenting me for it?
I am definitely not still mentioning your name in conversation, and then catching myself doing it.
There’s No Such Thing as Too Much Toilet Paper.