clingy and annoying doesn’t bother me when it’s from the right person, i literally do not mind if my boyfriend sends me a picture of a car he likes at 3am even if I’m not really into cars, his first thought was ‘i know imma send that to my girlfriend’ and yes i love that shit

Sage zu allen, dass ich Dich nicht vermiss’ , obwohl ich so Angst habe, dass Du mich vergisst.
—  Metrickz ~ Everest
Fifty years from now, if you knocked on my door and told me that you needed me, I would still drop everything I had to help you.

Fifty years from now, if you knocked on my door and told me you were ready to try again, I would be ready to try again.

Fifty years from now, if you knocked on my door and told me that you loved me, I would love you back.

I know that I will want you for the rest of my life, so I’m hoping that in fifty years from now when you knock on my door, it will only be because you misplaced the key.

—  I’ll want you forever. (via @sinfulessentials)
Date Ideas for When You’re Finally Together But Broke from Buying Plane Tickets
  • Walk around your S.O.’s town and have them show you places they love
  • Look at photo albums 
  • Bake cookies together
  • Try to bake a traditional dish from your country/region
  • Paint together
  • Play loud music and dance/sing together
  • Binge watch tv/Netflix
  • Go for ice cream
  • Go to animal shelters
  • Go window shopping at the mall
  • Go thrift shopping
  • Take your dog for a walk or to the dog park
  • Go to the movies on discount days (usually Tuesdays)
  • Build a blanket fort
    • watch movies in fort
    • sleep in fort
  • Make breakfast in bed for your partner
  • Do junior science experiments with household products
  • Prepare a candlelight dinner for your partner (or prepare it together)
  • Go to you/your S.O.’s (former/current) high school for sporting events
  • Watch a local amateur play
  • Play video games together
  • Play board/card games together
It’s a tragically beautiful thing, don’t you think,
to have somebody to miss.
—  Excerpt from a book I’ll never write, 61
“Cross country”