I miss home, but I feel like I can’t go there, more like I don’t want to go there. It’s this mix of feelings and drama that I don’t want to go through, it’s that moment when I enter the house and I’m busy carrying my heavy suitcase, partly complaining about its heaviness and partly wishing things were easier, wishing I didn’t have to take transport instead wishing I had my car or I had someone else to drive me home. And then it’s that awkward moment when I’m in front of my mom and I can’t get myself to kiss her and say hi. I would just stare for a moment and as she stares back, I can imagine her wondering why isn’t she saying hi and kissing me and she can’t get herself to ask it, and I silently plead for her not to make me feel like a stranger, asking her helplessly to pretend that I haven’t been away, that I had only been out that morning to college here in town and I’m back for lunch. It’s hard enough on me, I don’t want to get to that point where, I have to greet my family, as I greet other people. But it wasn’t the welcome that I dreaded most about going back home, it’s mostly the good-bye, that moment when my dad has to drive me to the station and I’m once again that little girl who would complain to her parents, who would pretend she was angry at her parents when things isn’t what I wished. I stare at dad, seeing him trying to make sure I’m not mad at him, and I’m not, it’s just that I want to complain and blame it on someone, like I used to do being a little girl. But now I’m a grown up, I know better than to blame anyone but myself. And I hate that feeling, I feel then bad for all the times I made my parents go feeling guilty because I felt like I wanted to blame it on someone; and I wish that I didn’t exist, that I didn’t make them go through all that trouble. I wish I cease to exist to stop their troubles, but I know that if I ceased to exist, the pain would be much bigger, so I just wish to be away, so they won’t have to carry on my burden anymore than they had. I then lie and pretend I was fine, and I dread their calls, because I’m tired of holding on and I can’t trust myself anymore not to break in front of them.















Nothing can equal the thrill of reading a well written book but to which you can relate to at the same time. The novel Prep for Curtis Sittenfeld, was that kind of book. Below is a list of quotes from the novel that wormed my heart:



1- “I understood for the first time in my life what it was to feel attracted to someone. Not to think they were funny or to enjoy their company, or even to find one thing about them cute, like their dimples, or their hands, but to feel that physical pull toward them.” – Curtis Sittenfeld - Prep



2- “It was strange to remember that I’d thought I had a crush on him, though I also knew that such a crush, a false crush if crushes were not all by definition false, could rise again with enough distance. But here, with the two of us positioned so close together, he reminded me of myself; he was far too much like me for me to love.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



3- “Our culture teaches women that our primary worth is our appearance, but we don’t have to accept that idea. We can flaunt our bodies, or we can choose to have integrity and self-respect.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



4- “You can go through life disengaged… You can be a person who always says no, who’s not interested, not enthusiastic, who’s too cool to be part of things. Or, at some point, you can say yes. You can develop interests, take a stand, reach out to people.” – Curtis Sittenfeld - Prep



5- “Of course, now I wonder where I had gotten the idea that for you to participate in a gathering, the other people had to really, really want you to be there and that anything short of rabid enthusiasm on their part meant you’d be a nuisance. Where I had gotten the idea that being a nuisance was that big a deal?” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



6- “There were other things a guy could think I was, and he wouldn’t be entirely wrong –nice, or loyal, or maybe interesting. Not that I was always any of those things, but in certain situations, it was conceivable. But to be seen as pretty was to be fundamentally misunderstood… If a guy believed my value to lie in my looks, it meant either that he’d somehow been misled and would eventually be disappointed, or that he had very low standards.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



7- “At that time in my life, no conclusion was a bad conclusion. Something ended, and you stopped wishing and worrying. You could consider your mistakes, and you might be embarrassed by them, but the box was sealed, the door was shut, you were no longer immersed in the confusing middle.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



8- “There are people we treat wrong, and later, we’re prepared to treat other people right. Perhaps this sounds mercenary, but I feel grateful for these trial relationships, and I would like to think it all evens out- surely, unknowingly, I have served as practice for other people.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep








9- “I had envisioned the ways our dinner might go wrong, but what if, just as in the ether of my imagination there exists our awful date, our good date exists as well? We meet behind the dinning hall. He’s wearing a wool sweater, he’s relaxed, we talk easily. He does the considerate things, like holding the door as we enter the restaurant, but none of the things that might freak me out; He’s not wearing too much cologne, he doesn’t slip on ice in the parking lot, he doesn’t try using his own fork to feed me dessert. Even though it’s not a fancy restaurant, there are candles on the table. The light flickers. The food is good. Neither of us is too talkative or too quiet, and maybe a few times we even laugh, and it’s real laughter. I am thinking the whole night that what matters most is if we kiss at the end; I don’t realize that what really matters is that I have entered this world, that I’ll come to understand much earlier (much earlier, that is, in the imaginary life than in my real life) what dating is- not necessarily the biggest deal. Not obsessing or nothing, love or disinterest. There is middle ground. In the winter, especially, sometimes it’s just nice to dress up a little and go out into the night with another person.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



10- “How did you even know if you loved another person? Was it a hunch, like a good smell that you couldn’t identify for sure, or did a time come when you had evidence? Was it like walking through a house and once you’d crossed a certain threshold, that was love and you would never turn back? Maybe you’d go into other rooms, you’d fight or even break up, but you’d always be on the other side of love, after and not before it.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



11- “For years and years, there would be so many things I’d do for a guy that I wouldn’t do in my usual life – jokes I wouldn’t normally tell, places I wouldn’t normally go, clothes I wouldn’t normally wear, drinks I wouldn’t normally drink, I food I wouldn’t normally eat or food I would normally eat but wouldn’t eat in front of him. I am twenty-four, and I and the guy I like are with a group of people and the person driving is drunk and the seat belts are buried in the seat and I ride along anyway because, apparently, what I want from the guy is worth more than anything else I want or believe. It must be, right?” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



12- “I already recognized, even then, the sadness of another person lying on top of you. They will always leave (what’s someone going to do, just lie there forever?) and that’s the sad part. You can always feel the imminent loss.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



13- “I heard a thousand times that a boy, or a man, can’t make you happy, that you have to be happy on your own before you can be happy with another person. All I can say is, I wish it were true.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



14- “Later on, when I tried to imagine how I might have ruined things, that would occur to me – that id so rarely resisted, that I hadn’t made it hard enough for him. Maybe he felt disappointed. Maybe it was like gathering your strength and hurling your body against a door you believe to be locked, and then the door opens easily –it wasn’t locked at all- and you’re standing looking into the room, trying to remember what it was you though you wanted.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



15- “In some ways, boys were easier to read than other girls. With boys, it was pursuit and lust, it was effort. With girls, it just seemed to be about receiving, or not receiving, rather than trying. It was saying yes or no, but not please, not come on, just this once.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



16- “If you knew where your happiness came from, it gave you patience. You realized that a lot of the time, you were just waiting out a situation, and that look pressure off; you no longer looked to every interaction to actually do something for you. And wanitng less, you were more generous.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



17- “No crush is worse than a boarding school crush; college is bigger and more diluted, and in the office, atleast you get a break from each other at night.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



18- “ But he left anyway, and when I was alone I thought of how many times I’d wondered if things were awry between us, if I was displeasing him or he’d lost interest. All those times, I’d suppressed my impulse to ask, and I was glad I had because maybe asking would have hastened the end. And because –I understood this now- you really didn’t need to ask. When it was over, you knew… and yet –you could sill be caught off guard; you sense the situation could be odds with your wish for a particular outcome.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



19- “You confuse being weird and spending time alone, but anyone who’s really interested in anything spends time alone… if you want to be good at something, you have to practice, and usually you practice by yourself. The fact that you spend time alone- you shouldn’t feel like it’s strange.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep



20- “It’s all just words, words, words –that fundamentally, they make no difference… Our relationship, for as long as things were good, and in that moment when they could have been good again, was about the irrelevance of words. You feel what you feel, you act as you act; who in the history of the world has ever been convinced by a well-reasoned argument.” – Curtis Sittenfeld – Prep





















As we grow up, we start to claim our rights to get a hold of our own lives. To decide for ourselves and have the complete freedom to do whatever we pleased. It’s high time we traced our own path, made mistakes and learned our lessons by ourselves. It’s normal for many of us to have this urgent desire to leave our parents’ house and have our own. Here are some lessons I’ve learned while living home away from home:



1- One can’t live alone, or at least it’s hard to live alone, even when alone means more freedom and peace of mind. We live in a community because we need each other. We not only one need help, but also need to give help. A great satisfaction can be sensed from helping someone else and making his life better.





2- For every problem, there’s an obvious solution, and another one, that is not all that obvious but it’s still there for those who take life simply, and this solution can sort things out just the same. You’ll be amazed to know how many problems can be sorted out in a non-usual way. Living alone, taught me how to sort things out, but not in the usual way, it made me creative, but especially believing that every problem has a solution.





3- I know that our parents had always wanted to teach us about managing our money and saving it, but you won’t learn that skill truly until you start living alone, have your own budget and do your own grocery. You’ll probably go through some days broke, and you’ll be needing something urgent, right then you’ll learn to always make sure you put aside some money for those cases. And that’s when you can say you learned how to manage your budget.





4- Have you ever tried to stop blaming others for the circumstances you’re living and take your own responsibility? Well, the best way to do so is to start living on your own. Only when you live alone away from home, that you’ll stop complaining. Simply because there’s no one around to listen to your complaints as your parents used to do, and then because complaining wouldn’t change anything at all, if anything, it will only leave you feeling even bitter. Right then you’ll know better than to add a negative thought to your drama, and you’ll start figuring ways to cope and most importantly you’ll learn that the solution to most of your problems is gratitude, simply because you don’t have as many problems as you think in the first place.





5- I’ve learned that loneliness is hard, yet inevitable. One who can’t enjoy his own company can’t enjoy others’. A radio or a TV can break the dead silence and cheer you up. A good book can be of a great company as well.




6- If you ever felt sad or in no mood to cheer up and that is for no specific reason, know then that you’re homesick, even without you realizing. Subconsciously you’re missing your home, even with having a new home. With time it’ll get easier, though. Still, it’s important to pay a visit every now and then, it can improve your mood a great deal.





7- When you live on your own and start cooking for yourself, it might seem exciting at first. But then as the days passes, you’ll run out of choices of what to cook and it seems like you’re only eating few different recipes, not exactly what you’re used to when you were living with your family. Well, simply because when you’re not the one who’s cooking, you’ll eat whatever is served. But when one lives on his own, he often will cook only the dishes he loves, which can’t be as many as the ones you used to eat before. Therefore you got to eat those you love and those you’re indifferent about.





8- Living alone might mean freedom and peace of mind for many, but after a while, one can’t help himself but long for a company. We’re living in a society because we need each other, we can’t live our whole lives alone, no one deserves that. And right then, home cease to mean a house. Rather we start calling some people our home. Without them, home won’t feel like a home anymore.




9- Everyone wants to own his own house, and there’s a reason for that. You might at first think that loaning a house would be perfect, because you probably don’t want to build any ties to any place and you’ll be absolutely free to move somewhere else whenever you wanted. But, after a while, you might feel literally homeless, though you have a house, but you just know that it’s not yours and someday, you’ll have to leave it. Subconsciously, we start to build ties to the places we live in, we start to make memories, and the freedom you, at first, wanted won’t stand anymore in front of the thought that you might leave someday and you might miss the place. Moreover it’s the unpredictable future that worries us, the uncertainty! Where will you live next? Would it be better than your current place?..



Living on your own can get tough at times, but it’s definitely worth it, for life is all about experiences.
















These are some anonymous letters, from letterstocrushes.com because we need to express our feelings yet, the fear of rejection always seem to get in the way, for that people like to share these letters anonymously, Just for now. I truly believe that someday, you'll find someone with whom you can share all your feelings without fearing being judged or rejected:




1- It's been almost two years. I have a boyfriend and you have a girlfriend.

I had a dream last night, you were sitting by my bedside. You whispered in my ear while I slept, "Do you still love me?" I started crying and whispered, "Yes."

I woke up alone with tears in my eyes. Can't you just let me be?



2- I don't think i will ever stop searching for your face in a crowd.



3- You know when you meet that person that simply by looking them in the eyes you feel immediately connected? Not by the way they look nor by how attractive they are but because you can deeply connect to who they are as a person and what they've been trough.

All that, just by looking at their eyes.



4- “You do?”

“I don’t know why you’re surprised. You practically live here.”

“I know...it’s just. Will you say it again?”

“I love you.”

“One more time.”

“I love you.”


5- me: I'm totally over her

me: yeah I don't even know why I liked her in the first place

me: she's gonna be be just another face in the crowd

me: my feelings for her are totally under control

her: walks by and smiles

me: FORGET EVERYTHING I JUST SAID SHE IS PERFECT



6- Me: *stops thinking about him for awhile* Wow, maybe I'm starting to get over him!

My Brain: hey remember that time he laughed at that dumb joke of yours??? Or the time he accidentally brushed past you? Or that time—

Me: OKAY I GET IT I'M NOT OVER HIM



7- When you look at me, and see that I am helplessly in love with this girl I cannot have, and you tell me "Oh, don't worry. There is someone out there dying to meet someone like you!" or "One day you'll meet the girl you really deserve and you'll realize this wasn't the one." or the more frequent "You're a wonderful guy, who deserves a wonderful girl, and I promise you she will come to you one day!"

You're not helping.

Or contributing.

You see, it's not that I'm hopelessly looking for someone to love. It's not that I am hoping to find "that someone" one day. It's not that I want "someone to love me" and it's not that I want "a girlfriend."

It's that I want "HER."

I don't want "someone," I want her.

I don't want "a girl," I want THAT girl.

I don't want someone better. I want her.

Just her.

oh dear God, I'm crying again



8- Life is not dinner and movies. Life is not dates lit by candles. Life is not made of you and I away from all our problems. Life is not polished perfect.

Life is laundry and dishes and groceries and cooking. Life is reading together on the couch, not saying anything. Life is made of getting gas and running errands and paying bills. Life is watching the sunrise, finding the calm before a busy day. Life is quick kisses on our way out the door. Life is families. Life is hectic and crazy and tiring. Life is not perfect. Life is mistakes and I'm sorries and I forgive yous. Life is finding empty mugs strewn all over the house. Life is biting back the infuriating comment. Life is studying and working and crashing at the end of the day. Life is dusting the living room and vacuuming the floors. Life is laundry and dishes again, because those never end. Life is imperfect people loving each other.

And my dear, I want to do life with you.



9- We're scared of rejection so we don't give affection so we don't get affection so we stay scared of rejection so we never give affection so we never get affection so we stay scared of rejection so

we never get anywhere.



10- Benefits to sitting behind you in class:

I can look at you without you noticing

I can see when you causally look over your shoulder at me

You think you're so subtle and that I don't notice

But you're wrong and it's adorable



11- I imagined so many times what it would be like to have a reciprocated crush. Sometimes I would picture my crush asking me out. They would get flustered, I would kiss them. Or else they would just come up to me with nervous confidence and say, "There's something you have to know. I've had a crush on you ever since I met you." Or we would be at a party, and we would get drunk and start talking about our love lives, and I would say "I know it's super dumb, but I've had the BIGGEST crush on you for a while," and he would say "YOU'RE SHITTING ME. I have a crush on YOU!" Or else there would be a random, nameless guy. We hit it off at a party. I notice the tall, handsome stranger sitting in the back of my class, and we're paired up for a group project, where we hit it off. I see you in the student center every day, and one day you ask for my number.

Here are some truths about what happens when it happens for real (based on the sudden, unexpected things that have happened to me recently):

It's not what you expect.

It's not who you expect.

It won't happen in any of the ways you imagined it.

It won't feel like you imagined it.

They won't be shiny and perfect like the people you made up.

This includes all the crushes you idealized.

They will have flaws.

The flaws won't be the flaws you imagined.

You might not immediately know how to deal with some of them, but you will want to figure it out.

And you will figure it out, and you will be happy that you did.

They will feel right.

They will make you feel good about yourself.

You'll be happier, even when you're not with them.

Being with them will be comfortable.

It will be fun.

It will make your heart race.

It will sometimes feel risky...

...But you will feel safe.

They will feel like home.

It's nothing like what you expect.

It's better.

It's really happening



12- "Into you" is such a trite way of putting it.

"Falling for you" insinuates that it wasn't a choice.

"Crushing on you" is not enough.

"Like you" is too simplistic and vague.

"Interested in you" is too philosophical.

"Lusting after you" is too physical.

"Smitten by you" is too literary.

I guess "In love with you" is the only one left...



Finally this one wormed my heart the most, I don’t know who wrote it, but I can only relate to it as many people, I believe:



13- When I was young – 19 or 20 years old, just a kid, really – I liked this boy named Dave. We volunteered at the same place and he just seemed really lovely. I’d never had a real boyfriend before and I didn’t know what it would be like, but I thought having someone like Dave as my boyfriend would be so nice.

We spent our Saturday mornings tutoring Sudanese refugees and when it was over we would stand around with the other volunteers having lunch and chatting. Dave was so sweet and funny. Sometimes the two of us would wander off away from the group and talk about how we were both studying history at university, or compare stories about our ridiculous siblings.

One day I got there early and I was helping to set up. I was standing in front of the big stationery cupboard with my back to the room when Dave came up behind me and gently squeezed my shoulder to say hello. I spun around and blushed when I saw him. He’d never touched me before; I’d never touched him.

“Hi.”

“Hey.”

And we both just smiled at each other for far too long.

I couldn’t stop thinking about the touch all week, and every time I did my heart would feel like it was expanding out of my chest. Just one brush of his hand and I was a giddy mess. It seems funny to think that I hadn’t realised I’d liked him before that, and even when I did I didn’t know what to do about it. But that one touch… I barely needed anything more than that to be happy forever.

He asked me out not long after. It was subtle and I wasn’t even sure it was a date (a date! I’d never been on a proper date before) but let me tell you, I didn’t sleep for the five days leading up to it. I could barely eat. It was so utterly, wholly amazing, the thought of sitting next to him at a play, eating dinner with him, walking down the street with him… I couldn’t conceive of such excitement and pleasure. He kissed me that night and though I’d kissed people before and even had sex, nothing in my whole life had compared to the way my stomach and heart felt following that kiss. It was as if a future of pure joy had opened up in front of me and all I could see before was unknown but certain happiness.

Dave and I fell in love. We went out for a few years and even moved to Kenya together to volunteer when we finished uni. It was all meant to be so perfect. And maybe it was, in its own way. Maybe it was all it was ever meant to be. Feelings faded and I began to question not what it had been, but what it could be. This was years ago now and I don’t talk to Dave much anymore. He’s going to have a baby in the next few months and I’m with someone much more suited to my older self who continues to make me deliriously happy in a way I stopped feeling with Dave. But I can never forget how it felt back then, that time he touched my shoulder, or the first time we ever kissed.

There is something so pure and untouchable about the first time you fall in love. It might not even be the time you fall hardest, or the time you are happiest, but it is unlike anything else. I know a lot of people on this site are younger than I am and going through this now. Even though I am so happy now and so sure of my relationship, I still sometimes think I would give anything to be back there again, going through this all for the first time.













Pain is inevitable in this life, but one shouldn't settle for it, but those quotes are for you so you know that you're not alone in this, that everyday, people get hurt. And life goes on:



1- "As we grow up, we learn that the one person who wasn’t supposed to let you down probably will. You will have your heart broken, probably more than once, and it’s never easier the second time around. You’ll break hearts too, so remember how it felt when yours was broken. You’ll fight with your best friend, and may even fall in love with them. You’ll blame a new love for things an old one did. You’ll cry cause time is passing too fast. You’ll eventually lose someone you love. Life is short, so take too many pictures, laugh way too much, kiss way too slow, cry way too hard, and love everyone."



2- "People are afraid of themselves, of their own reality; their feelings most of all. People talk about how great love is, but that’s bullshit. Love hurts. Feelings are disturbing. People are taught that pain is evil and dangerous. How can they deal with love if they’re afraid to feel? Pain is meant to wake us up. People try to hide their pain. But they’re wrong. Pain is something to carry, like a radio. You feel your strength in the experience of pain. It’s all in how you carry it. That’s what matters. Pain is a feeling. Your feelings are a part of you. Your own reality. If you feel ashamed of them, and hide them, you’re letting society destroy your reality. You should stand up for your right to feel your pain."



3- "Sometimes there are things in our life that aren’t meant to stay. Sometimes change may not be what we want. Sometimes change is what we really need. And sometimes saying goodbye is the hardest thing you think you’ll ever have to do, but sometimes it’s saying ‘hello again’ that breaks you down and makes you the most vulnerable person you’ll ever know. Sometimes change is too much to bear, but most of the time change is the only thing saving your life.


4- "Let’s face it… we’ve changed. We all changed. Somewhere between summer ending and school starting, we’ve gone in our own directions. Hearts were broken, friends diminished, new love started and new people came into our lives. We no longer spend all of our time in our circle of friends, we no longer talk for hours about nothing at all. We’ve changed — some for the better, some for the worse. Some of us are finding love and others are trying to let go. Even though we’ve changed, we all know that even though we’re all finding our own place in the world, that when we find out love, when we let go of a love, when the tears fall, or the happy smile spreads across our face… we’ll come to each other because no matter where this crazy world takes us and no matter what happens, nothing will ever change so much to the point that we’ll be friends forever."



5- “Many people have come and left, and it has been always good because they emptied some space for better people. It is a strange experience, that those who have left me have always left places for a better quality of people.” —Osho



6- “There are no coincidences in life. What person that wandered in and out of your life was there for some purpose, even if they caused you harm. Sometimes, it doesn’t make sense the short periods of time we get with people, or the outcomes from their choices. However, if you turn it over to God he promises that you will see the big picture in the hereafter. Nothing is too small to be a mistake.” —Shannon L. Alder



7- “The capacity to be alone is the capacity to love. It may look paradoxical to you, but it is not. It is an essential truth: only those who are capable of being alone are capable of love, of sharing, of going into the deepest core of the other person without possessing the other, without becoming dependent on the other, without reducing the other to a thing, and without becoming addicted to the other.” —Osho



8- “Where did feelings go when they disappeared? Did they leave a chemical trace somewhere in our minds, so that if we could look inside ourselves we would see via the patterns of neurons some of the important things that had happened to us in our lifetimes?” —Evelyn Lau




9- “Maybe there’s a universe where I’m the right person for you. Where I adore every nice thing you did for me without starting to resent you. A universe where you actually end up with someone who appreciates you. Where no one becomes a doormat. Where both of us can shed our baggage and curiosity and issues. A universe where we’re happy without wondering if that happiness is some messed-up Jenga game ready to topple at the slightest quiver. A universe where we’re comfortable and sure. Where I don’t second guess everything and I’m not afraid of commitment and of the future and of love. Maybe there’s a universe without all the noise in my head and the pride that makes me so fiercely independent and the coldness in my heart that I can turn on and off like a security fence.” —Gaby Dunn





10- “Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to a new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. They stay in our lives for awhile, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same.”—Flavia Weedn



11- "I’ve been thinking that the time we have to be single is really the time we have to get good at being alone. But how good being alone do we really wanna be? Isn’t there a danger that you’ll get so good at being single, so good at setting in your ways that you miss out on the chance to be with somebody great? 

Some people take baby steps to settle down, some people refuse to settle down at all. Sometimes it’s not statistics, it’s just chemistry, and sometimes just because it is over doesn’t mean the love ends.

The thing about being single is you should cherish it because in a week or a lifetime of being alone you may only get one moment… One moment when you’re not tied up in a relationship with anyone. A parent, a pet, a sibling, a friend, one moment when you stand on your own… Really truly single. And then, it’s gone.” - Lizz Tuccillo




12- “Love doesn’t always have to be reciprocated. We can just love. If love doesn’t come back to you, it is still love that you give and that you feel. We do not always have to look to get something back for what we give.” —H. H. the Karmapa



13- “Some birds are not meant to be caged, that’s all. Their feathers are too bright, their songs too sweet and wild. So you let them go, or when you open the cage to feed them they somehow fly out past you. And the part of you that knows it was wrong to imprison them in the first place rejoices, but still, the place where you live is that much more drab and empty for their departure.” —Stephen King



14- “I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.” —Gilda Radner






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