“When I was a little girl I thought I understood how things worked. Girls grew up and married boys. Fathers walked their daughters down the aisle. there was an order to things. First, came love. Thank came marriage. Then„ came an overpriced, ridiculously complicated baby carriage. But when I grew up, I realized that’s not necessarily how things worked. Girls can marry girls, and boys can marry boys. Mothers can walk their daughters down the aisle. And kids can come before love and marriage. It’s taken me 32 years to figure out who I want to be, and what I’ve learned is- it’s a choice that you make every day about who you want to be and who you want to be it with. It means you appreciating what’s happened in your life to bring you to this point and letting go of it. And it means being willing to commit with no guarantees. It means knowing and accepting reality, you might just get the fantasy you’ve always dreamed of.”—Cate Cassidy, Life Unexpected (via poeticheartache)
There's a story behind every person. There's a reason why they're the way they are. They aren't just like that because they want to. Something in the past created them, and sometimes it's impossible to fix them.
Sometimes I get you, Sometimes I don't understand. Sometimes I love you, Sometimes it's you I can't stand. Sometimes I want to hug you, Sometimes I want to push you away. Most times I want to kiss you; Other times punch you in the face.
I am the kind of girl who likes bad boys, though I know they're not good for me, I still take the risk for the chemistry, as the song goes. But in the end, when I got a guy, or be with him, I still want them to change for good.