Bien faire et laisser dire.

Welcome to my life. I’m the author. Enjoy.
"I guess I’m just a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a bitch."

“To be happy, it first takes being comfortable being in your own shoes. The rest can work up from there. The hardest situation to stay happy in, I think, is when you’re trying to find love, and yourself at the same time. It just doesn’t seem to fit well. So I believe that happiness is being able to wake up and just know that this is what you wanted, and not what somebody else wanted.”
- Sophia Bush

"We all make different choices and we need different things. i think eventually we learn to define happiness for ourselves on our own terms, in spite of the pain others have caused us."

"We have all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the power we choose to act on. That’s who we really are."

I promise to love you:

at 6am when you’re waking to go to work, to school, or whatever road life takes you on, and when you didn’t sleep well, your hair is a mess, and your eyes are sleepy.

at 8am when we say goodbye for the day and you’re rushing out the door with a cup of tea and your car keys in the other hand.

at 5pm when you’re exhausted from the day and people have worn you out and you feel like crying, and falling asleep and escaping from everything. I will kiss your forehead, and wrap myself in your arms.

at 10pm when you’re heading to bed, even though you won’t sleep for hours. Especially when we become a human knot wrapped up in sheets and kisses.

at 3am when loneliness and sadness do not destroy you, but consume you and when you weep without an explanation, I’ll kiss your lips softly and tell you you’re the absolute best and that things will be better soon

I will love you when you grow old, and I will love you after that. I will love you if I’m no longer here. I will love you, I will love you, and I will love you.

—I Promise To Love You Forever (via iamcharliesangel)

(Source: -poetic, via doorthee)

I am a strong person. But every once in a while I would like someone to hold my hand and tell me things are going to be OK.

—Unknown (via psych-facts)