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  1. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    February 16, 2013 11:14pm UTC
    We all fall for the sweet words, the cute texts, the long hugs and the feeling that they actually care. Foolish we all are, because in the end it was all for show.
    They never really cared.

  2. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    February 16, 2013 11:12pm UTC
    I hope that
    everything you have wished for has come true,
    even the wishes you do not remember wishing for,
    and even the wishes you have tried to avoid wishing for,
    for those are the mightest
    of all wishes.

  3. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 10:48pm UTC
    As it turns out, I keep grabbing that sweater
    from my closet and smelling it just to remind myself that last night wasn't just a dream. I guess it still smells like you. Kind of. That sweater - my favorite one, black with lace in the back, an adjustable 3/4 sleeve length, and a bit of a ruffle on the bottom - classy - was laying in a little ball in my bed last night. I'd say that I slept with it, except that I didn't really sleep much. I went to bed at 12 AM or so and woke up an hour later, not to fall back asleep again until 6 AM. I wasn't even tired, I don't think. I was just kind of laying there, with headphones in my ears, trying to comprehend what had happened, whether or not it was really real... was it real? It was real. Or at least it felt like it was. Dr. Seuss once said that when you can't sleep, it's because reality is finally better than your dreams. And I couldn't sleep. I just couldn't sleep. So I just kind of laid there for a few hours. Kind of kept trying to recreate in my head what had happened, tried to remind myself that it was really real. At 2:30 AM one of my friends messaged me on Facebook, and as it turned out she was just as awake as I was, so I called her. And I told her everything.
    I told her about how I walked into the crowded theater lobby with another one of our friends, stuck thinking, "This is it, this is really it, this is going to be it." The moment I had thought about vaguely for about two months now and in greater detail for the past two weeks. It was planned. Kind of. Except that I couldn't have even imagined it being as great as it was. But anyway, my friend and I had been wandering around the lobby, waiting for someone... and of course my friend, being at least 4 inches taller than me and wearing wedge sandals on top of that, saw him first. I was in the middle of talking to her and then she just told me, "Look." And I looked. And he was there. My friend prodded me - "Go say hi!" - and I told her, "I know, I will, just let's wait a bit." So we waited, and as we waited we slowly made our way through the crowd, and over the course of a few minutes the crowd got a bit smaller, and smaller, and smaller... and then, I called his name. And he looked. And I ran over to him, and he held me, and it was beautiful. He held me for a long time. I don't know how long of a time it was. Maybe ten seconds, maybe a minute, but it was a long time, and it was beautiful. We hadn't seen each other in two months. Actually, this was only the second time we had seen each other, altogether. In the interim we had been living off of half-hearted text messages and Facebook chats. I've only had a few words on a screen to read into. I've only had a Facebook profile to look at. There had been glitches and misunderstandings because technology is weird and really can't be everything. But this - this was everything. We just put our arms around each other and held on tight. In between this we talked a bit, though I can only vaguely paraphrase what we said - I mentioned something about how the backflips he did in the show were really cool, and I think he said something about being glad that I was there, or reassured me that he was here, or something... and I asked if I'd get to see him again after that night, and he said that I will. For two months I had been living off of dimly-lit screens in the dark, and here I was actually hearing his voice again. And then he started rubbing my back and just somehow reassuring me that everything was going to be okay, it was all going to be okay, we were going to be okay. And at the point where we were about to let go, almost, we both just ended up holding each other even tighter. I was just glad that he was there. He was actually there. He was glad that I was actually there. We were happy. And this was everything. And everything was beautiful.
    Eventually we did let go, and I introduced him to my friend, and he gave her a quick hug - but nothing like the one we had just shared. And later, when she and I were outside waiting for her parents to pick us up, she reminded me: "He gave me a normal hug, but what he gave you... that was a special hug. That definitely meant something." It wasn't as if I didn't know - she just wanted to remind me of the fact. She wanted me to believe that he cared. I wanted to believe that, too, and yeah, I guess I do. Kind of. He is an actor, after all. And I guess you could give a hug and on the outside make it look like it was really special, even if it wasn't. That's one thing. But you can't give a hug like that and fake it actually meaning something... he and I both knew it meant something. It had to have meant something. It couldn't have just been nothing. That wasn't nothing.
    That was everything.
    And it legitimately was a dream come true.

  4. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 9:32pm UTC
    We gain strength
    when someone offers, by words and actions,
    a safe haven: "I will be here. I am interested in
    you. Come what may, I will actively support you."
    — Myers' Psychology

  5. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 7:51pm UTC
    best friend: I broke my phone
    me: oh, how'd you manage to do that this time?
    me: gave it to your sister?
    me: dog tried to eat it?
    me: dropped it in the toilet?
    me: mom ran it over with her car?
    me: left it on the stove?
    me: dropped it in the flaming pits of hell?
    best friend:
    best friend:
    best friend:
    best friend: it fell on the stairs
    me: hmm. well, that's a new one
    haha. love you, Lily <3

  6. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 7:43pm UTC
    "There is not one guy here that I would even consider going on a date with.
    There's not even half a guy here that I would date."
    — the Kardashian sisters me, at school

  7. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    January 19, 2013 9:08pm UTC
    4 out of 5
    agree that
    "We should totally get
    coffee sometime soon!"
    "We are never going to
    get coffee. We are just being
    polite to make this interaction
    less awkward."

  8. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    January 1, 2013 4:15pm UTC
    Well aren't you just a little ball of sketch.

  9. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    December 31, 2012 11:10pm UTC
    I've never been to a New Year's party.
    But why would I want to spend the night with a bunch of random people - most of which I might care less about - when I can spend it at home on the couch with my family, who has been there for me throughout my entire life?
    Why should I spend it getting wasted and disrespecting myself and my morals when I can spend it watching the ball drop in Times Square, and calling all of my best friends immediately afterward?
    Why should I spend it kissing a guy when I'll have many, many more New Years in the future to kiss a guy when the clock strikes?
    This year, why not spend it with my family instead?
    Boys will come and go, but my family will always love me.
    I'll have the future to go to parties - for starters, I'll be surrounded by them in college;
    and, besides,
    no one lives forever.
    By the way, happy new year.

  10. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    December 31, 2012 10:38pm UTC
    Social Media Resolutions 2013
    • I will let some experiences remain my own, rich with personal meaning.
    • I will not communicate my emotions through passive-aggressive tweets or status updates, but deal with them head-on.
    • I will not Instagram food, except in rare, exhilarating circumstances, like if a goat in overalls is eating spaghetti.
    • I will mute and fully ignore my phone during meals and conversations.
    • I will not pull out my phone aimlessly while the cashier rings me up, just to avoid sharing a moment with a stranger.
    • I will not point out when things are "awkward," because ultimately pretty much everything human is awkward.
    • I will occasionally remove my headphones while in transit, and let the world know I am willing to acknowledge and experience it.
    • I will sometimes start conversations and not just wait for them to start.
    • I will not take anything I see online too seriously.
    • I will block, unfollow, and ignore online antagonists. I will not reward trolls, bullies, or jerks with attention of any kind.
    • I will not follow my crushes on Twitter or Facebook. I will not cyber-stalk, or leave myself vulnerable to digital information that will make me upset in the real world.
    • I will support artists, musicians, and authors whose work I enjoy by occasionally trading my money for their creations.
    • I will not use hashtags as a crutch when I can't think of a better way to end a tweet or Instagram caption.
    • I will not let the Internet be the final thing I see before I go to sleep.
    (Taken from the SparkLife blog. Slightly edited.)

  11. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    December 15, 2012 9:54pm UTC
    What's the catch this time?
    You seem like a nice guy - but, then again, so did all of the others. One guy I used to have a major crush on turned out to be an uncaring jerk. And the others that I've talked to haven't been too great, either. One decided that, although he didn't mind texting every once in a while, he didn't want to hang out with me in person, ever. Two of them turned out to be clingy creeps. Some guy I flirted with one night over a bowl of pretzels was actually trying to cheat on his girlfriend, who he had only been staying with in the first place because she was good in bed. Terrible! Then I met another guy a few weeks later - sat with him for a bit and made some sort of small-talk conversation. He came up to me again on another night and decided to take a selfie with me on his phone to text to a friend of his, saying: "I found that girl I was telling you about! Yes, THAT girl! Look, here's a photo!" Yeah, he was being really attentive, seemed like he was really into me. But when I added him on Facebook I discovered he had flirty pictures with PLENTY of other girls - and when I went to message him over chat, he acted like he didn't even know me. Wow. And I've also spoken with the hottest guy at my school a couple of times, though, then again, we're not close and he's never made any effort to reach out. But, yeah. There's always a catch. It's always been too good to be true. So, even though you seemed kind of friendly, even though we exchanged numbers and a few texts, even though you left me with a hug before saying goodbye - I can't believe that something's actually going to work out between us. Because it never does. Ever. And if you're not going to really make an honest effort for me, I'll never have any reason to think that it will. Yep. I'll find out what your issue is soon enough.

  12. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    December 1, 2012 1:26pm UTC
    "You're not in love with him.
    You're in love with the idea of him.
    Because when you don't really know a person, you're able to fill all the unknown spaces of their personality with anything you want. You have the freedom to imagine, and sometimes that is not a freedom at all. Sometimes it's a cage with the walls painted like the sky. This is not freedom. It's not love. And it's not fair for you to do this. It's not fair for him or for you."
    — Marianna Paige
    ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡ ☁ ♡

  13. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 30, 2012 7:28pm UTC
    I walked into my grandma's room the other night as she was watching Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian on TV. During the part of the episode that I saw while I was in there, the two of them were sitting in posh-looking chairs at a large table covered with a few notepads. Guys would walk up to this table, and the girls would briefly interview them and ask them questions in order to rate their level of interest in the guys. One of the sisters then remarked with something along the line of,
    "There is not one guy here that I would even consider going on a date with.
    There's not even half a guy here that I would date."
    Which, to be honest, is probably the exact same remark I’d make if all of the guys at my school were to line up at a table and have me rate them.
    So I can’t exactly blame her.

  14. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 24, 2012 7:54pm UTC
    One night, when I was about five or so, I asked my mom as she helped me dry off after a shower:
    "Mommy, when will I lose a tooth?"
    I felt as if almost everyone in my kindergarten class had already lost at least one tooth - some had already lost two or three, even. My teacher kept a big chart up on the wall to keep track. Whenever someone lost one, a picture of a smiling tooth was affixed next to their name. My row remained empty. But my mother only told me,
    "It will happen when it's supposed to."
    Sure enough, I lost my first tooth a few weeks later. Mom took me to the beach that day. We found an interesting-looking rock with little bubbles in it, and when we got home she marked the date on the rock in red Sharpie ink.
    A few months later, on another night, I asked:
    "Mommy, will you buy me a Game Boy?"
    I felt as if almost everyone in my summer camp owned one. A bunch of kids would take theirs out on the playground and play with them together. One boy showed me his Mario game, and it looked like lots of fun. But my mother only told me,
    "You'll get a Game Boy eventually. Don't worry."
    Sure enough, we went to Target with one of her friends a few weeks later. As I was helping load packages into the car I stumbled upon a Powerpuff Girls game. "Why'd you buy me a game when I don't have anything to play it on," I inquired? "You do now!" she exclaimed as she excitedly pulled out a box with a picture of a hot pink Game Boy on it. For the years to come it remained one of my favorite toys.
    Now, at 17, I have a lot of questions about my life.
    Where will I go to college? When will I get a boyfriend? What will he be like? When will I get my driver's license? Will I ever get to go on a cruise? Or travel out of the country? When will I get a new iPhone? How come I still haven't gotten my first kiss?
    But with each question I remember my mother's words of wisdom, and rest assured that everything that's supposed to happen will happen in its due time.
    I guess I'll just have to wait until then.

  15. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 23, 2012 1:51am UTC
    I don't care about Black Friday.
    Now, I love shopping as much as the next girl, but I was never crazy about the idea of getting lost in a crowd filled with people frantically grabbing for superficial objects mere hours after they supposedly stepped back, took a good look at their lives, and gave thanks for all that they have. But I think the other reason I'm a bit apathetic toward holiday shopping this year altogether is because none of the things I want this year are actually things. As far as material stuff goes, I have a ton: the finest electronics, a closet and drawers filled with cute clothes, bags and boxes of makeup, the most ah-dorable bedroom like, evah - I really don't need anything, any things. Rather, instead of asking for another pair of yoga pants, I'm asking for "things" that can't be purchased in any store or off of any website. I want my grandma to get better, and soon. I want better grades. I want the reassurance that I'm going to have a wonderful future. But I'd like to have a little less homework sometimes. I want a free weekend. I wish I could spend more time with my friends. Maybe I'd like a boyfriend that's witty, cute, and willing to support me through all of my high school stress - I don't particurarly need one at this age, but it'd be nice. I want to be able to handle whatever's thrown at me. I want to see a better world. I want a lot of things, but I don't want things. I just want good health and happiness. And love, which, as the Beatles once sang, money can't buy. Yeah, life is expensive, but when you really think about it, it's also priceless. $

  16. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 22, 2012 10:52pm UTC
    Maybe I’m trying to grow up too fast, maybe I should live in the "right now." But I can’t help but dream of being older. Of when I get engaged and have my special day, of moving into our first home, of getting the job I was so nervous about interviewing for, of having kids someday and playing with the little girls hair, of just getting to create my own adventures and life instead of living at high school practically. I know I need high school, and I’m grateful I have it, but I sure can’t wait to get out. To be my own person. To get through school some days, I literally have to tell myself I’m doing this to help provide for my future family someday. This is for them. I just dream of what my life is going to be like and who is going to be in it.
    I just can’t wait ♥
    not mine - read it on Tumblr, but it basically took the words straight out of my head.

  17. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 22, 2012 8:36pm UTC
    wait, what if
    you found out that Witty isn't actually run by a man named Steve
    but rather, by your crush
    and he reads every quote that you post
    every. single. one.

  18. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 11, 2012 5:00pm UTC
    We're distant.
    It's just a fact of our lives. I mean look at us, really look at us - you don't even need to look at us - what's "us," anyway? We're just so separated. It wasn't either of our faults - it's just how we are, how we've always been, and how we're fated to be. For starters, we only actually met once. We go to different high schools. We want to go to different colleges, in different states, on opposite ends of the country. We have different goals, different dreams. You have no intention of being friends outside of a digital world; no intention of ever giving "us" a true chance. You never wanted an "us." So we ended up with these weird walls instead. You keep reminding me that I can trust you, but that I can't rely on you. You keep telling me that we don't even truly know each other. You could go on a weeklong vacation and I'd never know unless you posted pictures. I could be on a school trip and you'd never bother to notice my sudden absence. We don't really know. You claim that you could be a total monster and I wouldn't know. And I refuse to believe that you're that bad, because I know you're not - but then again, I'm quite obnoxious and loud, as many so say, and you probably don't know. A chat box, a text message - they can only tell so much. We're so stuck. It's as if we're traveling along a flatline, an infinite track that never actually goes anywhere - it just exists. And I guess that's good in a sense, because it means that we can't ever really fall apart - but that's only because there's nothing actually there to fall apart. And I guess it's also good because it's relatively stable - but that's only because there's nothing there to shake. We're just kind of here, just kind of there. But we're never together. And we never will be. But that... that's just us.

  19. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 11, 2012 3:21pm UTC
    songs for every occasion (:
    (part 3)
    Back by popular demand!
    Some of the songs might not fit as much as I wanted them to but... just go with it.
    You're never going back to an ex, because you deserve better
    Rolling in the Deep - Adele
    Never Going Back to OK - The Afters
    Forget About It - All Time Low
    Over It - Ashley Tisdale
    World Of Chances - Demi Lovato
    Everything You're Not - Demi Lovato
    Back Around - Demi Lovato
    Thanks For Nothing - The Downtown Fiction
    My Blood - Ellie Goulding
    Joy - Ellie Goulding
    Without Your Love - Ellie Goulding
    Your Biggest Mistake - Ellie Goulding
    Jerkface Loser Boyfriend - Emily Osment
    Thnks Fr Th Mmrs (Thanks For The Memories) - Fall Out Boy
    Lose That Boy - Freezepop
    Special Effects - Freezepop
    S.O.S. - Jonas Brothers
    Hot N Cold - Katy Perry
    Wide Awake - Katy Perry
    Part Of Me - Katy Perry
    Blind - Ke$ha
    Since U Been Gone - Kelly Clarkson
    Goodbye - Kristinia DeBarge
    Titanium - David Guetta feat. Sia
    Bulletproof - La Roux
    East Northumberland High - Miley Cyrus
    The Shake (Awful Feeling) - My American Heart
    So What - P!nk
    I Won't Apologize - Selena Gomez
    Falling Down - Selena Gomez
    Cry For You - September
    The Story of Us - Taylor Swift
    Redesign Me - VersaEmerge
    Your Fault - Plain White T's
    He's such a jerk!
    Forget About It - All Time Low
    Heroes - All Time Low
    Jerkface Loser Boyfriend - Emily Osment
    Lose That Boy - Freezepop
    Solo - Demi Lovato
    U Got Nothin' On Me - Demi Lovato
    Everything You're Not - Demi Lovato
    Thanks For Nothing - The Downtown Fiction
    You like someone that, for whatever reason, seems so far away
    (or someone that you barely get to see/talk to)
    Painting Flowers - All Time Low
    No Idea - All Time Low
    A Daydream Away - All Time Low
    Under a Paper Moon - All Time Low
    I Need Your Love - Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding
    Only You - Ellie Goulding
    Figure 8 - Ellie Goulding
    Every Time You Go - Ellie Goulding
    I'll Hold My Breath - Ellie Goulding
    Once Upon A Dream - Emily Osment
    Between Two Points - The Glitch Mob feat. Swan
    Satellite - Guster
    All of Your Love - Hellogoodbye
    The One That Got Away - Katy Perry
    See You Again - Miley Cyrus
    Stay My Baby - Miranda Cosgrove
    Oh Star - Paramore
    Brighter - Paramore
    Enchanted - Taylor Swift
    Ordinary Day - Vanessa Carlton
    A Thousand Miles - Vanessa Carlton
    The One - Vanessa Carlton
    Heroes & Thieves - Vanessa Carlton
    Untouched - The Veronicas
    Things aren't going to work out with him, and you're disappointed
    Figure 8 - Ellie Goulding
    Hanging On - Ellie Goulding
    Dead In the Water - Ellie Goulding
    Please Don't Go - Mike Posner
    Savior - Rise Against
    Every Time You Go - Ellie Goulding
    Teardrops on My Guitar - Taylor Swift
    Fight For You - Morgan Page
    Everything - Myah Marie
    Not Enough Time - Cosmic Gate
    He's so much better than your ex
    Bang Bang Bang - Selena Gomez
    According to You - Orianthi
    You want him, even though you know it won't happen
    Give Your Heart A Break - Demi Lovato
    Salt Skin - Ellie Goulding
    This Love (Will Be Your Downfall) - Ellie Goulding
    Figure 8 - Ellie Goulding
    Hanging On - Ellie Goulding
    I'd Lie - Taylor Swift
    Crave You - Flight Facilities
    If We Were A Movie - Hannah Montana
    All of Your Love - Hellogoodbye
    Fight For You - Morgan Page
    You really like him
    Tongue Tied - Grouplove
    Lovesick - Emily Osment
    Starry Eyed - Ellie Goulding
    Only You - Ellie Goulding
    I Need Your Love - Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding

  20. valerieexrainbowss valerieexrainbowss
    posted a quote
    November 11, 2012 12:18pm UTC
    Remember when everyone wanted to be asked out on this day last year?
    LOL. Seriously.
    (11/11/2011 in case you're confused)


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