It was something he said that pushed me to fall for him. It was a simple sentence that left me wanting to talk to him longer and left me anticipating his response to my response.
I thought I had enough of him.
But then I got to know a part of him again. It was like we just met.
I already knew I liked the guy he was five years ago. I was also able to get over that guy because I knew he was a different person now.
What I didn’t know was that I would also be interested in the guy he turned out to be. I should have left it at, “Good night.” When I only knew who he was.
So Now I’m here, sleepless because I can’t help but smile when he response to me or thinks of me even if it’s just an insult. And I can’t help but remind myself we won’t go further than what we are now. Just simple words back in forth.
Can I get a band-aid? I scrapped me knee when I fell for you.
What do people live for?
Based on a true story of old friend who found their own answer.
When a visually impaired customer accidentally dropped a $20 bill at a Hopkins, Minn., Dairy Queen, 19-year-old employee Joey Trusak was shocked by what happened next.
Casette Tape Portraits by Erika Iris Simmons
My mom passed away two and a half years ago. She used to send my brother and I cards whenever she went away on business trips and she’d sign every one the same way. I got this at Curious Tattoo in College Park, Maryland. Ryan did an amazing job reproducing my mom’s handwriting. I could not be happier with the way this turned out and I am excited to have a piece of her with me at all times.
Channing Tatum on Ellen =D
Swangin Saturdays GRAND FINALE! :: Black & White Affair @ Club Noche 18+ :: GIRLS FREE B4 10:30PM :: $5 ALL NIGHT
Come & party as well as show some love & support for my brother DJ Sir Julius! He’ll be spinning as well as celebrating his birthday =)
Ignition Remix Cover by Meg & Dia