It’s a lot easier to be angry at someone than admit them that they’ve done or said something that hurt you.
I think reading fanfiction is a sign of weakness because it means you can’t let go of the characters or of that world yet. A sign that you can’t move one.
But then…I don’t think I care. I love fanfics.
live. <3 laugh <3 murder
I did it! *high fives to herself* Now, I can move on and do something else other than desperately finishing a puzzle game for hours.
Anonymous (via starofmyreveries)
"I think you’re…… quite very stupid,"is what I want to say to a certain person on facebook.
does anyone else get friend-jealous really easily?
Books by Jennifer Smith
“What are you really studying?”
He leans back to look at her. “The statistical probability of love at first sight.”
"Very funny," she says. "What is it really?"
"I don’t believe you."
He laughs, then lowers his mouth so that it’s close to her ear. “People who meet in airports are seventy-two percent more likely too fall for each other than people who meet anywhere else.”
― Jennifer E. Smith, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
“No matter how long it’s been or how far you’ve drifted, no matter how unknowable you might be, there were at least two people in the world whose job it was to see you, to find you, to recognize you and reel you back in. No matter what.”
― Jennifer E. Smith, This is What Happy Looks Like
“They just stood there, regarding each other silently, the room suddenly as quiet as the elevator had been, as comfortable as the kitchen floor, as remote as the roof. Because that’s what happened when you were with someone like that: the world shrank to just the right size. It molded itself to fit only the two of you, and nothing more.”
― Jennifer E. Smith, The Geography of You and Me
I hate when people make promises about the future when they don’t have any idea of what really could happen. People say things like “I will always love you, I will always be here for you, and things will get better. I promise” but 6 months later… you’re loving someone else, you’re not here beside me, and there’s no sign of things getting better.