I've become one of those people who prowl around at night in their cars. God, I am the town's Boo Radley, just like in To Kill A Mockingbird.
Florence Welch (via wrists)
John Green, The Fault in Our Stars (via kari-shma)
People won’t tell you that loving someone often feels like a full-time job. It doesn’t always come easy or natural. It’s like a skill that needs to be perfected over time.
Am I loving you, right? Let me know if I need to do better. I want to do better.
There are good lovers and bad lovers. There are people who were born to love and others who need practice. You might be the latter. You might get fired from your job a few times before you land somewhere that makes sense.
People won’t tell you that love is about establishing a rhythm with someone. It feels like a choreographed dance. You have to take the right steps. Otherwise, you’re going to fall flat on your face.
People won’t tell you that love can feel too intense. Like it’s going to break your body in half and cause your heart to bleed out. These moments, while amazing, can leave you scared. They can leave you shaken and feeling extra cautious. Do you want to love someone so much? Is it good for you? Should you retreat?
One More Chance
Attachments (Rainbow Rowell)
Edgar Allan Poe (via kari-shma)
excerpt from “Not As Smart As I Think I Am,” Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz
Tammara Webber, Good For You