So, it's been about 11 years since the release of Twilight in theaters and now I'm really regretting that I didn't rewatch the movies last year and make this post then for the 10 year anniversary. Now, it looks like I'm just behind the trend of what everyone else has been saying the movie for the past 11 years, but also especially, last year when all sorts of people started sharing their beef with the series.
"Why is your fantasy for us to do it in the snow?" Lucy asked inquisitively from the left of the bed.
Where does love begin? How does it start? What are the requirements needed for love to work? Maybe we don’t have all of the answers, but I find that most people believe that a girl must learn to love herself before anyone can love her. I believed that for a very long time. I wanted to become a person capable of the love that my best friend felt for me. I didn’t know why he loved me. He just did. I could not return the favor to him or myself. I felt unlovable. I denied any associations he made about me or what he liked about me. I deemed his love weak, unstable, and changing based on the principle that there was nothing in me strong, stable, or fixed.