“Brooke, before I met you, I thought I had everything in my world to make me happy. I had nothing else to compare it to. Then you walked into my life and everything changed. I realised how empty my world was without you in it. And my whole life was no longer capable of making me happy. Not without you. I love everything about you, Brooke. I love the way you challenge me like no one ever has. I love the way you look at me like no one ever has. And I love the way you love me like no one ever has. I can’t imagine spending my life without you. And if you say yes to me, in a few minutes, I won’t have to. You look beautiful, by the way.”
“Julian. Before I met you, my world revolved around one thing. Me. And I liked it that way, on my own. But then I met you and you saw through the facade, you saw me. You’ve taught me to trust. How to let someone in. And what it truly means to fall in love. I can’t possibly describe how much I love you so I’ll tell you why I love you. You see the world in a way that no one else does. And you appreciate everything, including me. There’s no one in the world like you. And if you say yes in a few minutes, I’ll get to spend the rest of my life trying to see the world through your eyes, appreciating everything, including you. The most unique, wonderful and terribly handsome man I’ve ever met.”
Just pull me down hard, and drown me in love..
-Come On, Get Higher, Matt Nathanson
this is absolutely the most amazing thing.
ryan gosling and rachel mcadams, my forever favorite hollywood ex-couples (next to brad & jen, of course!)
(Source: kennedycurse, via poeticheartache)
ROSEMARY: Olive, sweetie! There’s a young man here to see you. He said something about asking for your hand in marriage.
OLIVE: Oh happy day, Mama! I thought I was going to have to spend my dowry on booze and pills to numb the loneliness.
easy-a, emma stone. i love!
ok. this picture sums up my birthday wish list- a balenciaga in every shape, size, and color!
"When I was a little girl I thought I understood how things worked. Girls grew up and married boys. Fathers walked their daughters down the aisle. there was an order to things. First, came love. Thank came marriage. Then„ came an overpriced, ridiculously complicated baby carriage. But when I grew up, I realized that’s not necessarily how things worked. Girls can marry girls, and boys can marry boys. Mothers can walk their daughters down the aisle. And kids can come before love and marriage. It’s taken me 32 years to figure out who I want to be, and what I’ve learned is- it’s a choice that you make every day about who you want to be and who you want to be it with. It means you appreciating what’s happened in your life to bring you to this point and letting go of it. And it means being willing to commit with no guarantees. It means knowing and accepting reality, you might just get the fantasy you’ve always dreamed of."
Cate Cassidy, Life Unexpected