Not then, but now.
October 21, 2010. * At what point? This one.
Usually we walk around constantly believing ourselves. “I’m okay” we say. “I’m...– The Book Thief, Markus Zusak
Addiction (not habit).
I feel sick to the stomach. My head hurts. And my heart is sinking. * There’s no way I could stop, either of those things.
Have you ever burst at the seams and told someone the absolute truth? It’ll mean the end, and I so wish it didn’t, but maybe we were already there anyway. I’ll fucking miss it though.
Flow sweetly, Hang heavy, You suddenly completely me You suddenly complete me.
i heaps love you.
yes, i do. (love from jessie) ps. i love you too.
My family always did call me Boo Radley.
Looking back, it seems such a foreign concept.
Negative Effects: * High Dependence * Weight Gain * Acne * Increased levels of anxiety * Drowsiness * Stomach Upset * Decreased Sex Drive * Constipation —> Can culminate to equal sadness/depression. Positive Effects: “Happiness.” * * * So, why am I swallowing these again?
Ride my bike to work, work eight and a half hours, ride my bike home from work, half and hour of weights at the gym, an hour zumba class and now just waiting to leave for indoor soccer. No wonder I’m feelin’ okay. It’s only these past few weeks that I’ve really started to remember what that feels like.
I just found the most amazing dress in the world in Target kids section. Never have I been so distraught about the fact I have boobs. Also, I think I might love shopping.
Today I’ve decided to forget about you. Today I’ve decided I will just wait and see what happens, but not try and make it happen. Today I’ve decided not to worry about that number. Today I’ve decided that sunshine makes all things brighter.
Everything has changed so much. I feel as though perhaps I am walking backwards.
No matter what I do, you still sneak back in.
nthing like a bit of Sunday afternoon repartee with friends and strangers alike.