She thought she was independent and strong, but she got one small taste of love and she was hungrier than anyone. She was ravenous.
― Ann Brashares, Girls In Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood (via feellng)

(Source: feellng)

Anonymous: What do you think about boyfriends and girlfriends living together in college?

I think it depends on a lot of factors. You should understand that living with someone is much different than having them sleep over a few nights (or maybe for an entire week). Also, how long has the couple been dating? I think you need to be dating a minimum of one year. Even that kind of pushes it for me. Then it depends if they have the same graduation date or not. Is one going to graduate earlier than the other? Where are they going afterwards? Gradschool, home, staying, traveling? And lastly it really depends on what the individual believes. My mother is a firm believer that couples should only live with each other if they are married. I kind of believe you should only live with eachother if you could see yourself marrying them, 100%. I don’t mean you have to be engaged, but don’t just live with any person you are casually dating. I think living with someone shows a sign of committment, and if one of you doesn’t feel that then it can get messy. 

Spectrum (Acoustic) | Matthew Koma, Zedd

literally the most beautiful acoustic cover I’ve ever heard of any song ever.

I don’t need to write some long paragraph comparing your eyes to stars, or string together sentences about how your touch makes me shiver. Our love was fucking poetic before I messily scribbled down one word about you. I loved you with every bone in my entire fucking body and if that isn’t poetry, I don’t know what is.
― journal entry (H.S)

(Source: dumbdaisies)