I am fine until moments like today when I see a photo of you having a good time drinking beers on the patio with our friends. You are just fine but I still miss you.

When i say, “i miss you”,

I really do mean it. I’m not the type of person to only say those 3 words when i need something from you. If I tell you that I miss you, it means that you mean a lot to me. Not only does it mean that you have positively impacted my life, but it also means that i want you to stay. I know people come and go, and that’s life, but I’m going to be honest, want you to stay in my life.

put a letter in my ask

  • ‎A - Available?
  • B - Birthday?
  • C - Crushing on?
  • D - Drink you last had?
  • E - Easiest person to talk to?
  • F - Favourite song?
  • G - Grade i hated?
  • H - Hometown?
  • I - Icecream flavour?
  • J - Jellybean flavour?
  • K - Killed someone?
  • L- Longest friendship?
  • M - Milkshake flavour?
  • N - Number of siblings?
  • O - One wish?
  • P - Person who called me last?
  • Q - Question your always asked?
  • R - Reason to smile?
  • S - Song i last sung?
  • T - Time you woke up?
  • U - Umbrella colour?
  • V - Very best friend?
  • W - Which celebrity i’d marry?
  • X - X rays i had?
  • Y - Your last time you cried?
  • Z - Zodiac sign?

ohmyprettydarling:

am I the only one that thinks “I love you.” & “I’m in love with you.” are two totally different things

"I love you" means your heart has made a connection with that person.

"I’m IN love with you" means your heart is invested in them.

Well this hits home