Thursday, February 26, 2009

{because i learned from my mistakes}

The past always creeps up on me. It holds a million memories. Memories that I don’t want to forget. Because for me, some of them were beautiful. I would relive those moments in a heartbeat. Then, the memories I wish were nightmares instead of reality. There is nothing I can do about those memories except neglect them. But, I don’t want to. I want to remember the worst. Because when I do come across a horrible day, I know there has been worse days. I know how to handle it now. Because I learned from my mistakes.

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{these hearts..}

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{ .. have been wrapped up and mailed out with a card to a little girl i love who lives right across the world}

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

{from one second to the next, everything changed}

{some book quotes to share}


"its hard being left behind, its hard to be the one who stays",

-The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.

“that day was here and then it was gone, but i remember it, so it exists here somewhere",

-The Feast of Love by Charles Baxtor.

“A human heart breaks harder when dropped from a greater height",

“An insult didn’t have to be shouted at you to make you bleed; a vow didn't have to be whispered to you to make you believe."

“What was the point of being able to forgive, when deep down, you both had to admit you’d never forget?"

“Just because a person didn't admit that something had changed didn’t mean it hadn’t happened."

-The Tenth Circle by Jodi Picoult.

“Thats one of the things i love about afghans. There’s always time for tea”

-Kabul Beauty School by Deborah Rodriguez

“It made no sense when he looked at me that way. Like i was the prize rather than the outrageously lucky winner."

“It was like fate was out to make me do everything i’d sworn i wouldn’t"

“..Not hope exactly, but maybe the desire to hope."

“The days were not long enough for me to get my fill of adoring my daughter, the nights did not have enough hours to satisfy my need for Edward"

“It seemed ridiculously ironic that the puzzle pieces would fit together just in time for all of them to be destroyed."

-Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer.

“How could he explain that any major decision had always felt to him like a kind of death, an irrevocable closing down of certain possibilities."

“From one second to the next, everything changed"

-The House on Fortune Street by Margot Livesay