- entering a warm room after being out in the cold
- peeling off your socks after a long day
- the “boom” in your heart when you hear a firework explode
- having someone brush your hair
- the buzz of your fingers opening a package you had been waiting for
- writing with a new pen
- the funny feeling in your stomach when you see the sun outside your window and realize you’ve stayed up all night
*puts shoulder on son* hand
Audrey Hepburn and her son, Sean, entertaining James Garner with their silly antics, 1961. Photograph by Bob Willoughby. Audrey and James became friends on the set of The Children’s Hour.
A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.
i’d like to thank the 5 followers of mine who acknowledge my existence
“I love you present tense,” I whispered, and then put my hand on the middle of his chest and said, “It’s okay, Gus. It’s okay. It is. It’s okay, you hear me?” I had—and have—absolutely no confidence that he could hear me. I leaned forward and kissed his cheek. “Okay,” I said. “Okay.”
Heroes aren’t always the ones who win. They’re the ones who lose, sometimes. But they keep fighting, they keep coming back. They don’t give up. That’s what makes them heroes.
the only people who ever call me pretty are either old or online