Once upon a time there was a boy who loved a girl, and her laughter was a question he wanted to spend his whole life answering.
2. Who are/is your best friend/s and why?
This dude I’ve known since the age of 1. He’s basically my twin.
7. What made you start liking the person that your dating/have a crush on?
Sparkling personality and identical souls.
9. What brand of shampoo do you use?
When I do its Johnson’s baby shampoo No Tears.
15. Have you ever considered becoming a doctor?
32. Where would you like to spend your honeymoon?
Location isn’t important, company more so.
38. Did you ever collect any sort of cards?
40. Describe your dream home?
Small cosy flat
date a boy who thinks all your jokes are funny and is slightly afraid youre going to snap his neck unprovoked
Your mind has value, you select who to share the value with. Choose wisely, your inhibitions should only come off shy to the one who will read you and would never want to turn the pages to the end. The one who is worthy will see through the cryptic illusion.
Spending time with elder relatives yesterday, the conversation naturally drifted toward their loved ones who are no longer in this world. The interesting aspect was how they were spoken of, and how they were remembered. The glint in the eye of those reminiscing when recounting certain tales, or character descriptions, made everyone smile.
It made me think, what is the legacy I want left behind.
How do I want people to think of me when the inevitable happens?
This all comes down to behaviour and the treating of others whilst still alive. To treat people with anything other then kindness and niceness seems so futile, and so unnecessary.
"Live amongst people in such a manner that if you die they weep over you, and if you are alive they crave for your company."
Ali ibn Abi Talib
LOL apologies anon but for that sort of commitment your gonna have to come off anon..making me bare my soul for the world to see.
12.Do you like your life right now?
Life is life.
What’s something you would say to an ex right now?
35.What was your favorite book that you’ve read this year?
John Pilfer, “Freedom Next Time”
40: Describe your dream home.
Home is where the heart is