♫ ♥ "Passion and satisfaction go hand in hand, & without them, any happiness is only temporary, because there's nothing to make it last." -dear john ♥ ♫



Only my boyfriend would:

1) quote “use all of my strength” to throw his shoes up that high on the power lines…

2) and be climbing on the other side of the font to let the water out…

3) and would agree to wear the hat that a member made him wear and then have a bright red face because he’s SO embarrassed…

4) and make that ridiculously fantastic face after drinking whatever it is he’s drinking hahaha…

5)and only my boyfriend would be this cute in front of a mexican Carl Jrs and say things like “So I just thought I would let you know again, but I love you sooooo much and I cant believe how beautiful you are :)” 

How did I get so lucky? This two years really really suck but I wouldn’t change it because I have the  best man in the world.

I feel like I’m in limbo. And no one else understands what it’s like

Long lost photos that Michael’s mom found and gave to me tonight… After the rough three weeks I’ve had these pictures made me laugh and cry. This whole experience has been so hard. Maybe these pictures will help me hold on to what I think we have, despite the fact that I sometimes lose sight of what could be.

Empty words

Do empty words even count? Probably not, but what else am I supposed to say?

Healing is a choice. It’s not an easy one, because it takes work to turn around your habits, but keep making the choice and shifts will happen.

Yehuda Berg (via dungareedreamer)

(Source: skewdperceptions)

I have tried to imagine our Lord and Exemplar, Jesus Christ, bustling between meetings or multitasking to get a list of urgent things accomplished.

I can’t see it.

Instead I see the compassionate and caring Son of God purposefully living each day. When He interacted with those around Him, they felt important and loved. He knew the infinite value of the people He met. He blessed them, ministered to them. He lifted them up, healed them. He gave them the precious gift of His time.

Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Of Regrets and Resolutions”, October 2012 General Conference (via spokenwrit)

That was the thing. You never got used to it, the idea of someone being gone. Just when you think it’s reconciled, accepted - someone points it out to you, and it just hits you all over again, that shocking.

Sarah Dessen, The Truth About Forever (via larmoyante)