balancing girl

i need a balance. i need a girl that can watch movies with me til two a.m. wrapped up in blankets together eating our favorite snacks, but i also need someone thats gonna drag me out of bed at 6am and kick my ass in the gym. a girl thats gonna cheer me on not only on the sidelines but in life too. you need someone who’s going to be your study partner, coffee date, and number one supporter. someone who’s always going to be there for you, but is also going to give you your space when you need it. i need a relationship that isn’t everything but something. a part of my life that pushes me to be the best me i can be, that motivates me to get my OWN shit together for US. i need someone thats going to back me up when I’m right but also call me out on my shit when I’m wrong. i’ve come to a point in my life where I’m done settling, done settling for girls who are parts of what i desire, who are only willing to go 10% in, I’m an all or nothing kind of person, and i have a heart that is bigger than most realize, its a heart that has a lot of love in it for the right girl, but until that girl comes along, I’m done settling, done settling for 10% when i finally deserve 100.
there was a girl in yellow
a girl who hid behind the color of sunlight, hope, happiness
to try and outshine the darkness she constantly battled with
there was a girl in yellow
a girl who could stare at van gogh’s “sunflowers” painting for hours on end
because she saw so much of herself in the ailing artist
there was a girl in yellow
in japan, the color represents courage
and everyday, she was so brave; battling demons no one else could see, suffocated under secrets she couldn’t yet share, struggling every morning just to get out of bed
there was a girl in yellow
a girl who teetered on the edge of spontaneous and instability,
always struggling for balance
there was a girl in yellow
too much of it can cause a loss of focus, while too little can cause feelings of isolation
and she is the perfect amount
there was a girl in yellow
a girl who brought warmth and joy and color to so many greyscale lives
who gave them a light to see when they couldn’t
gave them brightness in their darkness
gave them hope
there was a girl in yellow
it burst out of her chest
like sunbeams
there was a girl in yellow
it flowed from her lips like flower petals
floating through the air whenever she sang
there was a girl in yellow
it oozed from her core
sweeter than honey
and even in the shadows and dullest corners, you could see her so clearly
the girl in yellow
there was a girl in yellow
and she embodied it so well
it was almost as if the color was made just for her
—  there was a girl in yellow // inspired by/written for @doddleoddle 
(cc, 2017)
dailymail.co.uk
Woman in Louis Tomlinson airport scuffle claims she could have DIED
Ana Becerra, 22, has accused Louis of attacking her after she pulled out her phone to film his altercation with a photographer taking pictures of his girlfriend Eleanor Calder at LAX.

[excerpt from towards the end of the article]

However a witness has come forward to the MailOnline disputing her recollection of events.

The bystander had flown into Los Angeles after finishing a work trip in Nebraska.

She was standing nearby when the bust up broke out.

Not wanting to be named, the witness said: ‘I heard something crash so I looked over and I saw Eleanor trying to get between three girls.

‘Two of them were holding phones up and she put her hands over her face.

‘I heard, “Could you stop f***ing filming me please.”

‘She exaggerated the please so she asked politely. One girl laughed and said: “No bitch!”

According to the witness, Calder tried to move around the three girls but tripped over.

She was unable to regain her balance and the three girls pushed her down.

The bystander added: ‘I saw Eleanor’s hands go straight to her face to stop the punches that were coming.

‘One girl punched her below the hands and hit her chin and throat.’

It was at this point Tomlinson got involved.

He allegedly said: ‘What the hell is going on! Can we get some help please?’ before running over to the fight.

The witness said: ‘Eleanor was yelping and kept her face turned way and had her knee up because one girl was punching her in the stomach

‘Louis went between one girl and put his arms around her and pulled her down and away from Eleanor.’

It was then security stepped into separate them - and he was arrested.