I was so scared to tripping, I stopped walking.
Our pasts won’t be right now because
right now is us and right now is perfect.
It’s the start of a good thing, the start of a love song, the start of a moment meant to last. Because after tonight the stars will dance a little different, and the waves will kiss a little softer and the sun will beam a little brighter. We’ll share yesterday’s that will change our tomorrow’s. We’ll tell secrets we can’t take back, make memories we can’t forget. Our pasts will be that time, or I remember when. They won’t be right now because right now is us and right now is perfect.
Don’t settle for a life, confined within your worries.
We’re enslaved to the things we can’t control, that’s life. Our faults are the things we can change, and don’t. We go through life with such slow precaution in fear of losing what we have, despite not knowing what it is. Life takes prisoners but leaves no survivors so don’t settle for a life, confined within your worries. Don’t sacrifice control of your future for security in right now.
Not enough people appreciate the beauty in a gloomy day. The sky teases us for hours with raindrops and distant thunder. It’s a day of suspense, a beautiful build up. We carry on, living our lives beneath a chaotic mess and we live knowing the end is worth waiting for.
The darkest days have the quietest air, letting a person’s true self be revealed for there’s no better test then how someone weathers the storm.
Thunderstorms aren’t sadness just like happiness isn’t the sun. Just like people who leave the clouds in the hands of the sky see a different allure then those who hold the clouds on a string.
Too many people would rather sever
your rope instead of climbing their own.
Don’t skip dinner with friends or pass on a tall glass of wine. Don’t stand in front of the candles on your Birthday cake, wishing for them to be gone and don’t count down the days to Thanksgiving like you count down the calories until you’re ‘full’. Don’t let the seconds in your day, waste away like the numbers on your scale.
I would love my faults if I believed you ever could but for as long as you hold my hand loose and let your eyes stray, I will understand beauty to be what they want. I will stand in front of the mirror and suck in my stomach. I will flip celebrity magazines and dream of perfection. I will wake up early to hide the things I hate and I will wrestle with myself, when I can’t be enough.
I will look at the floor when he tells me my smile’s pretty. I will argue non-stop when he says I’m perfection. I will run the other way when he grabs for my hand because I’ll remember to you, I wasn’t enough.
I will reject the idea of love until I find someone to teach me that life isn’t about how you look. It’s about the person looking at you.
Love isn’t love, if it leaves you fighting against yourself.
You have no where to be except the depths of your dreams.
It’s the time of night when your phone doesn’t ring and there’s nothing on TV. The food tastes better, the drinks are colder and the hours move slower. The world goes to sleep, while you come alive.
You have no where to be except the depths of your dreams and they’ll wait, because you’ve found a sense of calm while awake and for once, everything seems perfect, and flawless, and silenced of all wrong. It’s a stand still escape. A sight for tired eyes.
The times you said were nothing, are something in my mind.
My sweet tooth got the better side of me when I arranged to review the Treats Box Subscription service. I was immediately impressed with the speed of shipping. I received my package (stuffed to the brim with treats) in less then a week.
Product : 1 box of name-brand – miscellaneous – treats
Cost : $30/month with various ‘package’ options.
Shipping : Canada & US [Additional $10]
Additional: This is a Canadian monthly subscription service.
The ‘Regular Box’ / $30 and The ‘Epic Box’ / $50.
Unfortunately, I don’t know if the price of this box is equivalent to what you receive. The candies were standard, making the box look like Halloween aftermath. It did put a smile on my face – like a kid in a candy store – to see the selection but overall, a lot of this candy can be found locally and possibly cheeper.
That being said, I found a great use for such a random collection of candies. As a frequent host to my friends, I put the candies in a mason jar and displayed it on my counter for visitors to snack. It could be fun to subscribe to this box and refill the ‘stock’ but overall, it comes down to preference in candy and sweets.
For more information, visit Treats Box.