One of the most difficult things for me is having to accept the things I have no control over.



And where life takes us, or — takes things away from us.

Having trust in myself that everything will be fine. That I will be fine.

Releasing pieces of myself to someone and trusting that they won’t take them for granted. Trusting that they will take care of them, and are looking out for me. 

Trusting the way I feel and seeing someone’s actions for what they really are and not questioning it. Believing in what they say and do. 

It’s terrifying. 

I want to show you where everything hurts, but I don’t think you can see that deep. 

"Closeness has nothing to do with distance."
"The important people in our lives leave imprints. They may stay or go in the physical realm, but they are always there in your heart, because they helped form your heart. There’s no getting over that"
David Leviathan (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

It’s okay to make a special place in your heart for people, just make sure they appreciate it.

"That first kiss… It’s the passionate one. It’s the one filled by desire and attraction, and all of that, but the second kiss is rational. You got time to worry, and over analyze and most women… they prefer that first kiss, but I’m partial to the second one because it’s about something more."
Bessie Potter, Dawson’s Creek (via ishlibidish)
sophiemorrisonn asked:
Hi! I just really wanted to tell you how inspiring you are and that you are so incredibly talented in your writing, we have spoken a few times on Twitter (mainly The 1975 related because let's face it, they're awesome) and I just felt like you should know how much you inspire me and I look forward to reading your words constantly! I hope you have a lovely day! X

Thank you so much! Really, I never know how to properly react to sweet messages like this! I mostly want to give you a huge hug and then dance around to The 1975!
The fact that I inspire anyone is such powerful encouragement. Thank you so much for sharing with me and I’m so thankful to have people like you reading my blog ❤️

Anonymous asked:
I was wondering what kind of camera you've been using. And thought I'd say your photos have been coming out really nice!

Wow, that’s really sweet of you to say. I am VERY new at this and have a long way to go. But I appreciate the encouragement x 1000!

The camera I’m using is my dad’s Nikon D80. Nothing fancy. He let be bring it back to LA this past winter and I just started to use it. I had a friend give me a few tips and have been trying to practice as much as I can.

Thanks again for the sweet message.