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250 posts… seems small.

250 posts… seems small.

Marriage is about Distrust

Marriage isn’t about trust, it’s about distrust - I don’t trust that you won’t leave me, I don’t trust that you want to spend the rest of your life with me, I don’t trust that when things get tough you won’t leave me and our children - so sign this piece of paper to make it harder for you to leave if you decide you are unhappy. That way we can plan our life together with the comfort that this contract will discourage us to separate even though we may end up hating each other.

Love is Not Enough

Would you tolerate your partner’s negative behaviors in your best friend?”

"Love is a wonderful experience. It’s one of the greatest experiences life has to offer. And it is something everyone should aspire to feel and enjoy.

But like any other experience, it can be healthy or unhealthy. Like any other experience, it cannot be allowed to define us, our identities or our life purpose. We cannot let it consume us. We cannot sacrifice our identities and self-worth to it. Because the moment we do that, we lose love and we lose ourselves.

Because you need more in life than love. Love is great. Love is necessary. Love is beautiful. But love is not enough.”

lameborghini:

beyoncyay:

lameborghini:

does anyone else subconsciously give letters and numbers a gender like 4 is such a feminine number while 9 is definitely masculine am i right and then m is a girl of course while j is a boy you get me

you might have ordinal linguistic personification

mmm sounds like a fancy linguini pasta

Yes someone finally understands me!

(via zackisontumblr)

Some new photo edits.

Script Wisdom

Do you ever pause what you are watching because you realize what the character has just said is brilliant, and you want to remember that truth and apply it to your life? And then forget it by the next day? I need to be better about writing down those moments of inspiration - maybe on here.

A few photos from my East Coast trip - New York, Philadelphia, D.C., Nantucket and Boston. Lovely trip.

A series of edited selfies. Because why not.

Eloping

After reading a blog post/listicle today on tips for planning weddings and the subsequent comments, I’ve decided that IF I ever get married, we will elope. Maybe to somewhere romantic, like Paris or Venice. Maybe somewhere tropical, like Honduras or the Cayman Islands. All I know is that the stress of planning a wedding isn’t worth the one day event. If I’ve decided to get married, I want to enjoy it fully with my groom. There will be plenty of time for celebrating with friends and family when we return - but there is something special, I imagine, about it being just US.