Top 5 The Office Ships: Dwight x Angela Dwight: Be with me, monkey. Angela: I can’t be your monkey, Dwight. Dwight: I’m not talking about some frisky romp at the warehouse. We have wasted too much of our lives ignoring the fact that we belong together. 80 or 90 years left in this life, I wanna spend with you. Angela: I made a vow, I gave my word. Dwight: Stand by your man – it’s what I would want if you were mine.
If you’re feeling insecure right now, let me remind you that you are beautiful and special, beloved. With the intricate and delicate way that God designed and put you together— the small and big things He’d put so much thought before placing them in you— there could be galaxies inside of you.
You’re not ordinary. You are special, original, unique. And you are loved. You don’t need validation and affirmation from others to thrive. God loves you, dear one, and He is a real force in this reality. Thrive on His love instead.
44 years ago today, James Douglas Morrison died in his apartment while in Paris. Here is a picture of him with his long-time partner Pam Courson, shot in Paris. Probably one of the last few photos of him ever
“So are you all set, then?” Blaine’s mom fills her fish bowl sized wine glass halfway, then holds it above Kurt’s empty one across the table.
Kurt declines with a polite wave of his hand. “My dad is taking us to the airport in the morning, and Blaine just shipped off the last of his boxes.”
Pam hesitates for a moment, then shrugs and fills her glass up to the rim. “I would have taken you,” she pouts.
At the rate she’s going, Kurt is pretty sure she’ll be hung over, or possibly still drunk, when it’s time for their flight. He keeps this to himself.
“Burt’s schedule is more flexible,” Blaine says, scooping a square of lasagna onto his plate. “And this way you get us all to yourself tonight.”
Pam smiles, reaches across the table and holds Blaine’s hands. “I do like having you all to myself,” she tells him, and maybe it’s Kurt’s imagination, but she seems to be very pointedly looking at Blaine, and not both of them, when she says it.