"I’ll actually be really happy if she ends up to be my wife someday."
“With her, I never had to try.”
“I still imagine the future with you.”
“I hope you find someone to make you happy… I hope it’s me.”
“‘Be careful who you trust your heart with. Make sure they love you as much as you love them.’
‘Isn’t that you?’”
“I love you. Always.”

honestly though, i want to be the person who’s brave enough to pack and leave her hometown, marching towards the unknown with freedom keeping her knees straight.
i want to be the person who feeds the fuck off of falling in love and adoring how romance nurses butterflies inside her belly.
i want to be the person who marches up to the cute boy in her biology class with a confession pocketed and eventually voiced, not caring about the outcome, or the highly probable rejection.
i want to be the person who sits in her room at midnight and admits how her own poetry makes her sad and at least attempts to stir up happy ones instead.
i want to be the person who’s not afraid of unsheltering herself, of giving people glimpses of who she is and what she loves.
i want to be the person who has music drilled into her veins and art blatantly carved onto her skin.
i want to be the person who knows the proper time to be brave.
i want to be the person who gets up on her own without having to hear how she needs to from anybody else.
i want to be the person who can lie wide awake at night without having her thoughts creep in, without having her worries eat into her brain.
i want to be the person who enjoys silences instead of being afraid of them.
i want to be the person who looks into the mirror and doesn’t see “lonely” sprawled across her forehead.
i want to be the person who’s more than just the reality of her gpa or the result of her recent math test.
i want to be “the person”.
someone other than me.
—on wanting to be the person starring all of my “could have been”s // aed (via iamunheardd)
—David Levithan, How They Met, and Other Stories (via thunderpopcola)

You are a special little girl with hopes and dreams and don't ever let go of them if that's where God wants you to be. What you're feeling is perfectly normal. You are searching for unknown answers. When you're on your later years, you'll realize a lot of things. —by Anonymous

wow I checked my Tumblr messages after what seemed like forever, and read some encouraging words from an anon. I know I’ve been a pessimistic wreck lately but it’s nice for someone to remind me about the good things in life. Thank you. :) People like you shouldn’t be hiding behind that anonymous name btw..