Anonymous asked: you use to blog more personally, and in first person,
My recent posts are still personal, as they are things I can personally relate to. I have never been good with words, let alone writing. I have discovered some people, who I now follow, whom can write what I can personally relate to.
Somethings don’t change, and they come around every year on the same month and same day.
One of my best friends told me yesterday that if you like someone and you know s/he will never like you back it’s a sign that you haven’t accepted yourself, because otherwise you would realize that you should be with someone who loves you and appreciates you. Thoughts?
- Girl: Why are you talking to me about me like you know me better than I know myself? I believe we have just met.
- Boy: I don't know... I guess I feel like I've known you all my life.
- Girl: I am not sure I am following what you're trying to say. You meant this to be a compliment, right? You don't mean that I'm ordinary, do you?
- Boy: No, of course not. I've never met anyone quite like you. And I mean that as a compliment.
- Girl: That's a nice thing to say. Thank you. People have told me that before... but I am afraid that if that's the reason why they like me, the more they get to know me and the more they realize how in reality I am mostly like everyone else, the less they will like me. I am terrified of that, really. So sometimes I try to convince myself that it's a bad idea to let people get to know me.
- Boy: I think if I could get to know you better I would like you even more. So far you are adorable. Do you hear that often too?
- Girl: Yes, I do. Thank you for the compliment. It sounds different when you say it like... more interesting and meaningful.
- Boy: Do you always say thank you for every compliment?
- Girl: Yes, I'm sorry. I say thank you and sorry a lot... especially when I'm nervous. It bothers some people... does it bother you?
- Boy: No, not at all. I think you're adorable.
- Girl: Thank you.
- Luke: Never plan for anything more than two days in advance.
- Lorelai: That's your rule?
- Luke: Yes, cause when you make plans you have expectations. When you have expectations, you will get disappointed.
- Lorelai: Having expectations gives you something to look forward to.
- Luke: Then you're looking forward to being constantly disappointed.