No one has the capability of making me feel more sexually frustrated than Ryan Gosling. No one. That man is perfection. Obviously hot and sexy, but have you seen him in interviews? I refuse to believe he’s anything but as charming, cute, and funny as he seems in them. Did anyone see him on Jimmy…
So true! I have loved him since the Notebook and will forever love him!
So, you know when there is like 2 weeks left in school and you start planning your summer? ”I’m going to work, but not too much, and make some money and go shopping with all my friends and maybe even have a summer romance!” Ahhh…daydreams.
Just kidding…. Summer gets here and your boss calls you and tells you that she doesn’t need you this summer. Therefore, you have no money and you have to begin bumming off of your parents (which, in turn, makes you become indebted to them and you have to at least try and help them with things). The whole summer romance is probably not going to happen. You still hang out with your friends but you only go eat lunch at places such as Taco Bell and McDonalds.
Regardless, I am determined to have a good summer. In the words of Daughtry, “Reflecting now on how things could have been, it was worth it in the end.”
Alright, so, when you reach the point in a relationship where you’re at a standstill and you don’t really know what to do. You know that it’s not gonna last but you really don’t know how to tell the other person that it’s not going anywhere without hurting their feelings. What do you do?
I'll tell what I want, what i really really want...
So, recently I’ve discovered that to get what you really want when it comes to relationships is patience. This has never been one of my strong suites. Whether it’s waiting for the relationship to mature, or just waiting for the right guy to come along. I have to keep reminding myself that I can never settle for something less than I deserve. I don’t mean to sound conceited or anything, but darn-it, I deserve to be treated like a woman should be treated.
Sometimes I wish I was born in the 50s and 60s when boys would call the girl he was pursuing instead of texting. I’ve discovered texting is such an impersonal way of communication. You can tell someone anything, whether it’s something personal or embarrassing, it’s just easier to “say” it over text. But when it comes to relationships, this is a hinderance.
So in conclusion (this sounds like I’m writing an essay. Haha!), what I really want (what I really really want). Is to find someone who loves the Lord and makes me want to help me grow in my relationship with Him. Also, I want him to be a throwback gentleman. Someone who opens the door, calls the girl, and treats her like a lady. I guess there’s very few of those gentlemen out there anymore, but nonetheless, I will find my Prince Charming…and we will live happily ever after! :) <3
I just finished reading “The Kite Runner” by Khaled Hosseini. It was an amazing book. You know you have just read and amazing piece of literature when after you finish reading the last words of the novel you feel chills running up and down your spine and at the same time receive a wave a warmth that makes you fell so joyous. At least that’s what this novel did for me. I encourage everyone to read this best-seller. It is simply astounding!