You’ve changed me forever. And I’ll never forget you.
Giving generously in romantic relationships, and in all other bonds, means recognizing when the other person needs our attention. Attention is an important resource.
I’m a queen with or without a king. Chasing anything is beneath me. Until you’re ready to put away childish things and be my man, my king, someone I can trust to shepard my soul to the Almighty I have to decline being your wife. I love you with all my heart and soul, but my salvation, life, health, and legacy has to come first now.
The most beautiful is to see the joy in your eyes.
Problems are solved from the inside out not the other way around.
It’s just you and me against the world, Pidge.
It’s a poem, of our love, that doesn’t rhyme. A story, never meant to have, a happy end.
The silences weren’t awkward. For me at least. Because I was there in the moment with him.
When you are stressed and challenged by hardships just smile through it as frowning won’t help in changing the situation
He had wished me well in finding my own fate to follow, and I never doubted his sincerity. But it had taken me years to accept that his absence in my life was a deliberate finality, an act he had chosen, a thing completed even as some part of my soul still dangled, waiting for his return. That, I think, is the shock of any relationship ending. It is realizing that what is still an ongoing relationship to someone is, for the other person, something finished and done with.