Hello - love
I apologise for the lack of posts in the past few months, life has been busy.
So much has changed, I’m probably not the same person as when I last blogged. I’ve learnt, and grown and explored so much. I’ve fallen in love. And that’s changed me, and I don’t mean in a bad way. Never a bad way. It’s made me more patient, and more understanding, and it makes me laugh, so so much laughter. It’s made me more appreciative, and it’s brought out all these qualities in me that I never thought I’d have.
I feel too young sometimes, to feel like this. But then I remember that God has given me love now, because it’s going to make me into an amazing person.
It’s all pretty crazy.
It’s strange how the little things don’t annoy me as much anymore, and I don’t mind what people think of me as much either. But every now and then I get caught off guard and my future just brings up all these thoughts I thought had disappeared.
"A book is really like a lover. It arranges itself in your life in a way that is beautiful."
"I want you everywhere, by my side and between my thighs.
I want your flowers in my hair and your name under my nails.
I want you with me, your sugar in my tea, my eyelashes on your sheets.
Write your name on me, when my heart breaks, I want it to be blinding."
Something that upsets me
The fact that if I were to get engaged or married in the next two years people would highly judge and not accept it. And that upsets me. I’m not stupid, I’d know if I wanted to or not. It just annoys me that people put time limits and age factors into everything. If you know, you know.
my life is full of never ending love, beautiful flowers, endless exploring and enduring faith.
"Fifty years ago there lived a king who was very anxious to get married; but, as he was quite determined that his wife should be as beautiful as the sun, the thing was not so easy as it seemed, for no maiden came up to his standard. Then he commanded a trusty servant to search through the length and breadth of the land till he found a girl fair enough to be queen, and if he had the good luck to discover one he was to bring her back with him."
The King Who Would Have A Beautiful Wife
Andrew Lang, The Pink Fairy Book(via anachronisticfairytales)