bakrua:

*runs after garbage truck* WAIT!!!!! YOU FORGOT ME!!!!!

(Source: bakrua, via livin-pr00f)

I miss David so much. I miss David so much. I miss David so much.
It is becoming more and more clear that he and I are wonderful together. We are talking about moving in this summer (!!!). As it gets closer and becomes more real, the waiting gets harder.

I miss David so much. I miss David so much. I miss David so much.

It is becoming more and more clear that he and I are wonderful together. We are talking about moving in this summer (!!!). As it gets closer and becomes more real, the waiting gets harder.

(via themilesinbetween)

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Me: (laughs)
David: What?
Me: Nothing. I'm...expressing my feelings on the Internet.
David: ...this is about the drinking chocolate, isn't it?
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suddeninevitablebetrayal:

“So let’s talk about green flags. (Um. White flags? …Cyan flags?) Signs that someone is mature enough for a relationship, that they have a healthy attitude toward relationships, and that they have the potential to be a caring and responsible partner. This isn’t about compatibility—maybe they’re a lovely person but you like Kirk and they like Picard—but signs that they’ll be a good partner to someone. Here are a few. I bet there’ll be better ones in the comments. -They communicate, early and often, about what they’re thinking and feeling, and they give you chances to do the same. -They introduce you to their friends and want to meet your friends. -They have a rich life outside of you. It can be many different things—job, hobby, friends, family—but they have something that makes them engaged and energized and has nothing to do with you. -They’re excited by the things that make you different, not just the things that make you conventionally attractive. -They ask you for your opinion and advice as often as they offer theirs. -They’re willing to do un-fun, un-sexy stuff with you; when you need someone to hold your hand in the ER or take you to the airport at rush hour, they’re there for you. -When talking about previous relationships that didn’t work out, they admit fault and regret. -They always ask you before making a decision that affects you, whether it’s trivial like “where to sit in the theater” or major like “whether to have sex tonight.” -They respect your decisions and emotions even when you can’t “logically” explain them. -You feel safe disagreeing with them, calling them out when they screw up, or telling them you don’t want to do something with them. -They set boundaries with you sometimes, and they do it in a matter-of-fact, respectful way.”

The Pervocracy

The communication one and the even-when-your-feelings-aren’t-logical one are big for me. And I have had issues with both with the people I am closest with. And I am still trying to negotiate that.

(via cream-and-stars)

bogglelovesyou:

You’re so much more special than you think you are!

bogglelovesyou:

You’re so much more special than you think you are!

(Source: boggletheowl)

um we’re going to be okay. right?

um we’re going to be okay. right?

(via modernhepburn)

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But I like watching you cook out of the corner of my eye while we are on Skype. :)

But I like watching you cook out of the corner of my eye while we are on Skype. :)

(via transfulgere-deactivated2014011)