Can we really have love, success, and happiness at the same time? It seems as soon as we get one, we lose the other. I had success, but had to sacrifice love in order to obtain it. Once I found love, I seemed to lose part my success to keep it. Either way, I was never truly happy because I was sacrificing love or success to obtain the other. So, my thought is: can we really have it all? And how?
Don’t be afraid to fall in love. It’s the only thing that matters in life. You just fall in love with as many things as possible.
I love her, and that’s the beginning and end of everything.
Hell,” I said, “I love you enough now. What do you want to do? Ruin me?”
“Yes. I want to ruin you.”
“Good,” I said. “That’s what I want too.
Today at work, I met a couple that touched my heart. As the man searched his car for his cane, his wife came in and joked, “I hope he finds it so I don’t have to carry him in!” After talking with the woman, I learned she was ninety years old, but certainly did not look it. She bragged about her husband, explaining he was a former track and football star. “He was quite handsome, if you can’t tell now,” she said. Once her husband entered, he joked, “Was this crazy old lady bothering you?” and kissed her head. They recently celebrated sixty-nine years of marriage and held hands the entire lunch. They are living proof that “till death do us part” might be rare in today’s world, but not impossible. What a blessing to know true love like this still exists.
Could you fall in love with her if she wasn’t smarter than you? I mean, she may not be smarter than you. But isn’t it important for you to think she is smarter than you in order to fall in love? Think now.
I miss working at Carvel so much! The best ice cream ever.
Currently obsessed with this song! What is it with Canadian boy bands?
Sometimes I wish I had moved to New York City instead…