Falling in love.
A post about what is it like falling in love.
A dedication to my future daughter(s). I hope you feel this way someday, and I hope somebody feels this way towards you.
Falling in love is like taking that first bite of a warm brownie that just came out of the oven.
Falling in love is like diving into the swimming pool without getting your feet wet first, and not knowing how cold it's going to be.
Falling in love is like seeing a butterfly after a long winter.
Falling in love is like learning how to breathe, all over again.
Falling in love is like realizing you were never really breathing before.
Falling in love is like wishing the moon could never leave, because you've never seen something so beautiful.
Falling in love is like finally letting your shoulders fall down and relaxing, knowing you no longer have to face the world alone.
Falling in love is like seeing the world's beauty with fresh eyes, as if you never saw it before.
Falling in love is like holding a baby chick in your hands and wanting to squeeze it because you never saw something so cute, but holding it gently instead as to never hurt it.
Falling in love is like wishing you could take all the stars out of the night sky and give them as a present to your loved one.
Falling in love is like dreaming in your woken state, and spending nights sleepless because reality is finally better than your dreams.
Falling out of love.
And now, a post about falling out of love, which is also dedicated to my future daughters. You will unfortunately most likely feel this way someday, too.
Falling out of love is like knowing that the only person who can make you happy right now is the one that has made you so sad.
Falling out of love is like not knowing who to turn to, because the person you turned to for everything is the reason for your pain.
Falling out of love is like fasting for 18 hours, only to have the food you cooked be too spicy or too salty, and inedible.
Falling out of love is like being sad, constantly, and no one else understanding why.
Falling out of love is like learning to walk, for the second time, but this time having to teach yourself.
Falling out of love is like waking up from a beautiful dream, and then being splashed in your face with a bucket of ice water (reality).
Falling out of love is like fighting the entire universe for someone, only to realize that maybe they were right all along.
Falling out of love is like knowing there are plenty of fish in the sea, but wanting to go back in time and relive all your precious moments again with that one fish who is no longer right for you (or maybe never was).
Falling out of love is like breathing in room full of smoke; difficult.
Falling out of love is like being slowly pushed towards a wall, with no where else to go, and finally having a door appear that gets you out.
Falling out of love is like learning that, sometimes, you gotta be your own best friend.
Falling out of love is like learning that everything will be okay someday, even if it isn't at the time.
Disclaimer for all you gossip girls: this post doesn't necessarily have anything to do with my life at the current moment, so don't make it into something it's not. It's just based on my life experiences as a whole. The falling in love section is about someone whom I love dearly, and fall in love with every. single. day. The falling out of love section is about all my previous heartbreaks, of which I've had plenty. - XOXO Gossip Girl