In love with both spoken/written words (may it be fact or fiction), happiness of a child, audio tracks, and, of course, food. :)
I heard Sheeran started to write this when his grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and finished writing it when his grandfather finally succumbed to deathbed.
Lyrics, as they say, are one of the strongest manifesto of emotions, most especially, true love. I would’ve cried to hear him sing this out:
Darling, hold me in your arms the way you did last night and we’ll lie inside for a little while here.
I could look into your eyes until the sun comes up and we’re wrapped in light, in life, in love.
Put your open lips on mine and slowly let them shut for they’re designed to be together.
With your body next to mine, our hearts will beat as one.
And we’re set alight, we’re afire love.
Wings - Birdy (Live Acoustic)
My thoughts they slip away
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I seldom wear an accessory, may it be a simple watch or a pair of earrings. Hence, if I wear one, people notice it at that instant, for they know that I only wear those with sentimental value, and not for aesthetic purpose. Or if I have one, I rarely use it, afraid to lose such important things, so I prefer hoarding instead and save it up for important occasions. (:
Much more, I don’t like buying such stuff for myself (I’d rather spend my money on gastronomic desires or books). If ever that I see something fancy, I almost always associate it instead with people who are dear to me. Like I imagine myself, saving up for it, and giving it to them, imagining their happiness across their faces.
Buuuuuuuuut. I came across of my high school friend’s instagram post of the necklace (above picture), given to her by her suitor. This is the first time EVER that I want a pendant necklace so bad! I don’t know if it looks ordinary to you, dear reader, but the floating crystals inside the heart pendant is what makes it appealing to me. It’s like, it symbolizes the broken pieces, the shards of memories, the debris of the past. It’s not like I’m not happy now, or that I’m still depressed or what. Trust me, I’m very much happy. :) It’s just that, after all this time, this mainly represents how I am today. Broken before (symbolized by floating crystals inside), yes, but those hard times are what makes me complete (encased in a heart pendant).
I never came across such necklace before in local stores here in Manila so I started to wonder where I can find one. Of course, my usual-mood-of-being-a-researcher prevailed again. Hence, I tried to google it, on top of my practical and written quizzes for Gross Anatomy tomorrow (shame on you, med student!). I was able to find a similar one being sold in Hongkong, but I realized, I don’t like gold in the first place. So I continued to search, till I came across of this:
This one’s from Walmart jewelry, a retail company in the US. It’s called, Connections from Hallmark Floating Crystal Stainless Steel Heart Pendant, which costs $24 only (plus shipping fee, I guess). Doing the math, I know it’s not that costly as compared to what women of my age buy, but I prefer such. And besides, despite of what you can claim as a cheap necklace, it is still costly for me. I’d rather buy Barbie and a robot for my niece and nephew’s birthdays instead. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuut. It’s so BEAUTIFUL. T_T Maybe I’d buy it once I become a doctor instead. For now, it’s gonna be one of my frustrations, newest member of my bucket list. See how I even made an actual post about this, and written 5 paragraphs about it? HAHAHAHA. Pathetic. T_T
Or maybe, you could stay.
Original post here. http://sean.terretta.com/dont-date-a-girl-who-reads-charles-warnke
Greatest fear? Arriving at home and seeing your parents dead, knowing that you could’ve done something to save them.