do you ever see a photo of your bias and you’re just struck by how much you like him and how much you want him to be happy and how much his smile can make the world seem brighter and how greasy and cheesy your heart feels because he makes you feel stuff that doesnt seem logical but it is because you cant help thinking he’s the most beautiful boy in the whole world
every year after you turn 17 you get further away from being the age of the dancing queen and that’s my least favorite thing about growing up
ah but when you turn 34 you’re two dancing queens and thus having twice the time of your life. and at 51 you become the dancing triumvirate and three golden crowns are forged in your honor
lots to look forward to
when you wait for something to happen and it never does
“So, why don’t you date?” Time and time again, I find myself struggling to come up with an all-encompassing answer when faced with this question. I’ve had the following sentiments for some time now, but in light of the plethora of recent breakups I’ve witnessed as an observer, I decided to put my thoughts down in concrete sentences, forcing me to really cogitate about the ephemeral, selfish nature of high school relationships, and relationships in general these days. A lot of my beliefs regarding relationships have been heavily influenced by Joshua Harris’ I Kissed Dating Goodbye; if you ever have spare time, I highly recommend reading it. It might change your life.
Disclaimer: the following compendium of scattered thoughts is not intended to be didactic and its primary purpose is not to imply that all high school relationships are bad and evil and that nothing good can come to fruition, but rather an honest attempt to examine the hearts and motives behind such relationships and why they oftentimes fail. Take it with a grain of salt.