I’ve been listening to and falling in love with Tori Kelly and Ed Sheeran’s song – “I was made for loving you”
The lyrics to that song as so simple yet so deep (you may not think so)
Anyway I think the song is absolutely beautiful
Then I got to thinking about the way love is depicted in movies and songs of this kind
Why is it only applicable in the movies
Why is it too much to ask
Anyway I don’t think it has to be
I’m delusional right?
I’ve been missing you
I’ve been missing everything about you
I’m forgetting your face
I don’t ever want to
I’m forgetting your voice
Lord please don’t let me
It’s hard enough to say “I love you”
Harder to think of why we love a person
Harder still to have to explain it
It’s magical when someone tells us they love us
It gives the sense that the certain person has chosen us out of many to express this distinct feeling
It makes us feel special
Don’t deny it, it does.
But when we say we love someone, do we know why?
I went in my drafts this morning. I found 13 unfinished posts! 13!
I’m not a writer.
I knew that already.
So here’s what I’m going to do.
Growing up is a trap… don’t let me scare you but it is
If you’re a “new” adult I’m sure you know what I mean
No one tells you how it’s gonna be
You sit in class and you’re like I can’t wait till I start working and I don’t have to think about these damn lectures and assignments
Here’s what I say – enjoy those “damn lectures and assignments” they are probably one of the easiest things you’re gonna have to deal with
Growing up …
We get to know each other
I hated it
I stepped into it and I couldn’t wait to get out
It was killing me
I woke up everyday praying for it to end