“Questions are places in your mind where answers fit. If you haven’t asked the question, the answer has nowhere to go. It hits your mind and bounces right off. You have to ask the question – you have to want to know – in order to open up the space for the answer to fit.” – Clayton Christensen on learning (paraphrased)
BEACHYLOVE posted a quote
August 2, 2012 8:02pm UTC
Our generation had the best Disney Channel Original Movies: Zenon Halloween Town The Thirteenth Year Smart House Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire The Ulimate Christmas Present Motocrossed The Luck of the Irish Get a Clue Cadet Kelly Gotta Kick It Up Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook Off The Cheetah Girls Pixel Perfect Cow Belles Stuck in the Suburbs Read it and Weep Quints Go Figure Life is Ruff… Right on Track Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior Jump In! Twitches High School Musical Camp Rock Sorry Disney, You’re not going to be able to top that.
BEACHYLOVE posted a quote
July 31, 2012 8:16pm UTC
I don’t believe in love’s “rules” I believe that you don’t have to be a certain age, or with a person a certain amount of time, to be in love. I believe you can fall in a love in a day, week, or a year. Whether you’re 14, 35, or 100. Most of all I believe, that when you love someone, nobody has the right to tell you that you don’t.
Have you ever been so in love with someone, that you fall in love with the little things about them? the way the look when they're thinking, or focusing on something. the way their face lights up when they talk about something they absolutely love. the way they talk to other people, their facial expressions and their hand gestures. and just the looks they give you. the way they smile and laugh with you. that look in their eyes before they lean in to kiss you. when they run their hands down your arms and lock their fingers with yours. and oh, the goosebumps and butterflies that gave you. when they pull you into a hug and you feel all of their muscles relax and yours do too, because in that moment, everything is completely and utterly perfect and you feel so safe. and when you catch yourself just looking at them, wondering what they're thinking. you're not only in love with their looks and their personality, but you're in love with their soul, every fiber of their being. and just the way they exist- amazes you. it fascinates you, and you want to know every little thing about them. now tell me... how am I suppose to get over that?
The really sad part? He is so right for me. He is everything I need and I love. but I don't deserve to be ignored so much. It's a shame, though, because when it was good, it was amazing. I never felt so loved and important and beautiful. And it's sad when the person you're so in love with, and who you thought was so in love with you can go from making you feel on top of the world, to making you feel so small- like you don't even matter, or exist.