ver⋅bose   /vərˈboʊs/
–adjective characterized by the use of many or too many words; wordy

mo⋅rose   /məˈroʊs/
–adjective 1. gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood. 2. characterized by or expressing gloom.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

some things i know:

i don't like games and i don't wish to play.

responsibility is relative. i feel that i have taken on a great responsibility in the past few years, though some people may feel that it is nothing. i may have led a sheltered life, but i feel that, most recently (comparatively) i have pushed myself farther than i ever thought i could. i have gone all the way, and come all the way back. i have tripped and fallen, i have become bruised and broken, and i have healed. i have fallen in and out of love, and done things that have made me proud of who i am, and of who i am becoming. i have laughed and cried. i have sacrificed and have taken. you know what? i am grateful for it all. thank you!

i knew somebody, once. i should say, i thought i knew this person. i would like to, in retrospect, blame my actions on loneliness, but i would be a coward to do so. i loved this person, i gave and gave and expected them to do the same. this person did not. i waited and waited. i would love to say that they did. i would love to say that, because they did not (give or sacrifice in any sense of the word) that i stood up and left. instead i waited some more. i waited so long that this person abandoned me. a lot. i still don't know why. maybe i never will. maybe i don't care anymore. don't judge if i do though, okay?

i live on a whim and i love easily. i am not speaking of romantic love, per se, i am talking about puppies and deer and sunshine and feathers and owls and coats and smiles and feeling infinite and road trips and giggle fits and photo shoots and good tunes-- even if it's just one!

a good book is better than most things. ever.

quotes are like concentrated importance.

i'm learning.

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