The woman who loves me lost both her parents. My mom lost a tooth when my father touched her with his fist, because the kitchen knife failed to hit her.
Teach her what’s attractive about her aren’t her looks but her passion. How she lights up talking about the things she cares about. How she does something she loves every day and as a result, she becomes good at it and people admire her for it.
At 26, I’m not ready to be married yet, but I find many in the Midwest who are.
You know that as long as you are alive, a piece of them is, too.
People who are funny without being assholes.
Not everyone is trustworthy.
When you were young, love was inherent and infinite.
Get to school and work as hard as you possibly can, never giving up because something seems to hard to comprehend. Children all over the world don’t even have the right to an education, and here you are giving up on the one thing that so many others pray for.
People hate millennials because people hate change, but millennials continually prove that while struggling to eat, pay bills or dream of anything bigger than our closet-sized apartments, we can change the world.
“I light all the candles, cut flowers for all my rooms. I care for myself the way I used to care about you.”