Living one day at a time.
Trying to understand life as what it is
My playlist goes from Lana del Rey, to Bad bunny to Tchaikovsky
summer journal / marina
I was expecting Ryan to return to the US before our 30's, get married, have kids, go to Paris for our honeymoon and french kissed at the Eiffel Tower, all the romantic stuff you know, but he decided to live abroad; yes, ABROAD. Why not here in Phoenix, Arizona, no... no.. the man wanted to discover himself, the reason why he spent all his money and went to Europe and lived everywhere, including places that I can not even spell at this time.
I am OK, I am more than OK, I am myself
Sometimes I don't have much to say, Sometimes I want to say it all. Sometimes I just want to run, barefoot. Some other days I just want to walk...
If I feel like this, then I have to watch this.
If I feel like this, then I have to watch this. Ok, ok.. so, there are times in life that we feel a little bit of everything and sometimes a little bit of anything; that is when I realized I have to watch something new; because sometimes we are so full of our inner drama that we really need to immerse ourselves in a good story, but a good one -not a commercial one-, a story that really makes us believe that love exists, (everywhere basically), or can make us laugh so hard that our stomach feels funny, and what about sadness?, Ok, no sadness no. But, what about documentaries that connect us with the storyline and make us participate with the facts. An intriguing story? A thriller that makes us finish the entire pizza that we ordered on Saturday night. Or, to live your own drama with the overdramatic characters of a soap opera, we all need those stories because, in the end, we live with them, or they live with us.
Welcome to my heartbreak
What other words can describe what I feel, what I felt when you told me it was over. My whole world collapsed with your words, your kisses, and your touch. I deeply felt that my world was ending because of you, Maria. I put everything in this; my future, my life, my heart.