I can’t quite get my hands on what I want
when it comes to you. Some days I break
down in prayer asking God to take you
away because loving you in silence hurts
a little too much. Some days I smile and
tell him how happy your existence makes
me. Some days I want to never hear your
voice again and some days the only thing
I want is to listen you talk. Some days I
want to say goodbye and make up my
mind to never talk to you again and some
days I wish you told me how scared you
were of losing me. Most days I pray for
your happiness before anyone else’s and
some days I put myself first and ask God
to set me free from this pain. Some days
I pour my heart out to him about the
future I see with you and some days the
harsh reality hits me and it pains me that
I’m the only one that feels this way.
Excerpt from a book I will never write #41
Jenseternity / instagram
Okay I’m gonna get sappy here for a sec but whatever who cares.
It makes me so happy that One Day at A Time (2017) exists because finally FINALLY there’s a family on television that is like mine. From the opening credits the moment I heard Gloria Estefan singing to a montage of photos that looked like they came right out of one of the albums on our shelf, things just felt right.
The Alvarez family are Cuban yes, but the whole point of the show is that they’re caught between worlds, sharing values from both Cuban and American society. The main language in the household is English but they still have bouts of Spanish exclamations. They eat out but abuela also makes cafe y arroz con pollo. The whole “this is MY house” argument between Penelope and abuela. The addressing of the stigma toward depression and divorce in the Cuban community. The frustration of Elena not always being able to communicate the way she wants in Spanish. Penelope’s exasperation as abuela took out the quince photos. The exceptional strong-will and independence and dramatics of Cuban women.
Y'all, this is my family. When abuela Lydia talked about leaving her sister behind in Cuba, I couldn’t help but break down thinking of the 12 siblings my own abuela left that she never saw again. The family in Cuba I will never see.
I never thought I’d find something like that on television. And I couldn’t be more grateful that I did.
just in case, the video is totally out of the story’s context. I just felt it was necessary of me to actually give a shout out to my favorite Frans comic. Hence, y’all should toooootaaaaalllyyyyy reaaaaddd ittttttttttttt
Summary: Hoseok’s ex gives him the wrong number and ends up texting you instead. With the two of you in complicated relationships, you begin to develop a strange, but working friendship. Did fate really make a mistake or will a mistake eventually turn out to be fate?
Miss 16 Miss 17 Miss 18 Miss 19 Miss 20 Miss 21 Miss 21.5 Miss 22 Miss 23 Miss 24 Miss 25 (Tentative END) Miss 25.5 Epilogue
a/n: Missed BFF could mean that Tae forgot about Y/N and ‘missed’ her or Jimin is in love with his BFF, but she has a boyfriend and ‘missed’ her or J-Hope not meeting Y/N and ‘missed’ her. AND IF YOU HAVE NOT FIGURED IT OUT AT THIS POINT, Miss Right is actually a prequel of some sort to Choose Me. Yes, they exist in the same universe. Happy Independence Day to my felow Filipinos on here, MABUHAY!
Matchups will be closed for a few days ~ Sorry >_<
BTW the apps we will be using are Kik, Whatsapp, and Discord (and in that order for the chats)… I really didn’t want to make you guys have THREE apps for this, but a lot of you agreed to this arrangement… if there are any problems, please let me know… and please take care of yourselves