feellng
I’m not just falling in love with you. I’m falling into you. You’re an ocean, and I’m falling in, drowning in the depths of who you are. Like you said, it’s scary in a way, but it’s also the most amazing thing I’ve ever experienced. You are the most amazing thing I’ve ever experienced.
Jasinda Wilder, Falling Into You (via feellng)
tightlippedprocrastinationox
Chances are, most of you have been there. Its starts with two people in love, you make a lot of promises, tell each other you’re different from the rest, The exception. For a month or two, the long, meandering conversations feel foreign and exciting. A chance to get to now one another in a more intimate level. And then, slowly , so slowly you might not even notice, conversations are replaced by missed calls and resentful voicemails. And then finally, the day comes when the two of you admit that you aren’t in fact , the exception. That being far away from the person you love most, is difficult on the good days and impossible on the bad ones.
orange is the new black (via tightlippedprocrastinationox)
kittyhague
  • Miss Claudette: This fiancé of yours, what's it like when he comes to visit?
  • Piper: It's good.
  • (pause)
  • Piper: It's weird. Sometimes it feels like there's never enough time. And then sometimes it feels like there's actually too much.
  • Miss Claudette: What do you mean by that?
  • Piper: There's no menu or basket of bread on the table, or TV to glance at. It's just us. Looking at each other. Which can be great. And it should be. But sometimes.... You just need to look away.
  • (pause)
  • Piper: Someone told me that you never have had a visitor. Can I ask why?
  • Miss Claudette: I guess I just had to look away.