I’m feeling rather chattery at the moment and a thought that has been bugging me for awhile urged me to freely speak my mind at 1AM.
You could say I’m vocal about my love for certain things/objects/people/etc. Be it about music -specifically the XX and Phoenix, Dave Franco, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, burger and french fries, and maybe throw in a mixture of everything in between. I don’t really know how to start this off, but as straightforward as it gets, I am madly in love with someone. In love meaning, I have no other words for, completely and utterly willing to do anything to be with that person wholeheartedly. Though, as I am not ready to be involved with anyone romantically and not that someone out there is willing to do the same and is mutually feeling equal, I can honestly say it’s the same guy I fancy since I was a little girl!
I had been having an extraordinary eerie feeling towards him because I always catch myself thinking about him. To the point where I hastily went to the garage just a couple of days ago and spot on looking for the pink teddy bear (inside a box filled with random things of mine) with what you can say has a lavender ribbon scarfed around its neck, which has now sadly turned lighter in color. Although it is the same tiny bear from when I first held my hands on, that when every time I see it, all the memories come rushing in and make me feel in love and remember all the sweet nothings him and I shared before.
I guess what I want to get round to is that fate would eventually work its way if two people are destined to be together. It does not matter if it would take them 3 years, a decade, and a whole lot of centuries in order to be together, but really a century is too much..No matter how far the distance they have to live off of each other and how hard it is to communicate without being able to see each other physically, so long as two people are passionately in love with each other and are willing to sacrifice a whole lot for each other.
In a matter of hours on Friday, Typhoon Haiyan completely devastated parts of the central Philippines. It was one of the strongest storms ever recorded. The death toll is estimated up to 10,000 with hundreds of thousands more displaced. The country has declared a “state of calamity.”