Monthly Archives: March 2015
• I don’t want to settle being an “option” when I know I can be someone’s ONLY. We all choose who we want to keep in that special place in our heart forever. I want to be with someone who chooses me to be her “one and only” in that special place in her heart.
• I can’t make people value me. All I can do is show them who I am, what I feel, and what I believe in. It’s up to them to realise my worth.
• I love her, all of her, including the dark side of her. Anybody can fall for your light side, your smile, you laugh, your charm, your sense of humour, your happy days; when you’re likable. But your dark side; the days when they feel endless, when you feel helpless and/or hopeless, when you’re hurt, when you don’t want anything to do with the world, when you’re angry for whatever reason, when you’re sad that you’ve been wronged, and when all you want to do is build a wall around you. Her secrets, her pain, her darkness — that’s what made me love her more.
• Maybe I care too much, but it’s only because I believe that everyone deserves to be loved fiercely and passionately, and I refuse to be the person who love less simply because of past experience, fear of the future, or fear of other people’s reaction. Why? Honestly, because I don’t know any other way to love someone, other than madly, deeply, passionately.
• I do not need much. I want very little: a kind word, sincerity, fresh air, clean water, a garden (or a garden I can go to), kisses, books to read, sheltering arms, a cozy bed and to love and be loved in return. And power tools. And maybe a workbench.
• My brain has no heart, and my heart has no brain. That’s why when I speak my mind, I appear heartless, and when I do what’s in my heart, I seem thoughtless.
• I like people with depth, I like people with emotions, I like people with strong mind, an interesting mind, a twisted mind, and also people that can make me smile. And people who has endless supply of ice cream.
• I know I deserve someone who would jump fences to be with me. Not someone who is on the fence about being with me.
• I am a once-in-a-lifetime kind of woman. I know that as a fact. I know what I am and who I am. I know what I’m capable of. I know how far I can go. And I’m not afraid to go there.