fishing in the tall grass
fishing in the tall grass
This is what I hold inside.
The Story I Keep Re-Living

Ladies. Always use your intuition. 
Always, always, always use your intuition. Do the fb stalking thing. Ask the open-ended questions. Make the awkward observations. Be blunt.

You know why? Because that guy who has been messaging you again every night (for weeks? months?), who asks how you are and sends bits and pieces of his writing to you, that guy? He might be growing on you if only because of his consistency and you might think, why else would he be doing this? Who spends time investing in a relationship with someone thousands of miles away if not for a reason? 

But if you use your intuition, if you ask the questions, you’ll discover the girl who looks to be about as important as a vase in the corner of a few of his recent photos… that girl? Yeah, she is actually his old highschool girlfriend and they just got back together.

And if you hadn’t asked, he never would have told you and you never would have known because somehow in all this talk… she hasn’t been worth mentioning. 

Hmmm. 

Okay. 

That is all. 

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Time not wasted.

One of my ex boyfriends is going to teach me all about Hong Kong and China later this week. Gosh. This is why it’s good to stay friends with an ex.

Unless of course, you gotta cut ties, which I admit is what happens to me like 9 times out of 10. 

Life. Always though, there’s a bit of joy. 

Here’s to forever being a student. :) 

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People are rivers, always ready to move from one state of being into another. It is not fair, to treat people as if they are finished beings. Everyone is always becoming and unbecoming. Kathleen Winter, Annabel (via meggannn)

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