“We have an amazing relationship. I am able to count on him and he carries me through every night. We kind of carry each other and that really extends to the entire cast and crew.” —Lindsay
“We just instantly clicked! We’ve developed this great friendship, and that’s been the key to us being compatible on stage. Anything that she does or anything that I do, we are there 100% for each other, and that’s all you can ask for in a co-star—trust and respect.” —Derek
I am so late to this party, but I don’t care anymore.
Now, I wasn’t sure if you were into the whole cheesy thing or just “meh” about it, so I thought I’d make you both! Because I am both. I’m meh & yay about it. So, there. If you have a special someone, I hope you have a special day full of love. And if you don’t, I still hope you have a special day full of love with your family & friends.
Remember, kids. Valentine’s day isn’t the only day you can express your love for people. Try to make everyday Valentine’s day, even in the smallest of ways. ♡
WHAT IS THIS?! FINN IS LIKE A PUPPY!!!!!!!! DOES HE WANT HER ATTENTION JUST FOR HIM!!!!!?!?!?!? KILL MEEEEE, KILL ME NOOOOOOWWWW!!! IZZY AND CHOP LOOK SO CUTEEEEE AND LOOK AT CHLOE’S LEGS!! IS CHOP IN SCHOOL NOW?
I never really bought that idea of love at first sight. It never made sense to me. Love to me was always a learning process. It was supposed to be a slow and steady thing. John Green said it perfectly when he said that you fall in love slowly, and then all at once. It was something you slowly allow yourself to be filled up with and then you give it away.
Interest in first sight might be more realistic. Someone caught your eye because they were interesting to you. Maybe it was their hair, or the way they walked or smiled. I guess it’s quite easy to fall in love with the things you see right away, the physical beauty and everything else that goes with it. But maybe that’s the problem, sometimes we get so fascinated by the outside looks that we don’t stick around a little longer to figure out all the things that actually matter in the long run. They’re the most basic things that are often overlooked.
I write about how we are and how you annoy me and how you make up for it instantly. I write about how irritatingly annoying I am with the nagging and the clichés I am so sure you’re tired of hearing. I write about us in different ways and in different places for different people to read, or sometimes just for me to remember.
I write about you.
I write about you because you can’t. I write about you because I’m not sure if anybody else will. (I mean, I hope so.) I write about you because I want you to see yourself through my eyes. You may or may not see this, and I don’t even care if you find this really cheesy because I know that you secretly like being written about. Don’t lie. You’re cheesy too.
Holding hands may seem like an innocent gesture, but they show more than a simple interlocking of fingers. Your hands are one of the most essential parts of your body: you build with them, feed with them, hold with them, touch with them, fight with them; they are the tools of the human body. To take a hold of another’s hand is to break from living individually. It is to link yourself to another being, to momentarily entwine your life with another’s, to promise, for a moment, that you need not face the world alone. More simple, more aesthetically naive than other forms of affection, i.e kissing, hugging, sexing.., the act of holding hands is often trivialized in its true implications.