How do I tell her that she inhabits my mind 24/7, whether I’m trying to sleep, drinking coffee, or driving my car- she is constantly on my mind. I want to be able to hold her hand, or kiss her forehead, I want to be able to lay in a soft field of grass and just talk about anything and everything. When she doesn’t text me- it makes me miss her more and more, and I feel silly for feeling that way. I know she has better things to do then wait by her phone. But I just want her. I want to know what she’s thinking, what’s she’s doing- how she feels. I only want her to feel happy and hate knowing that I cannot do anything to stop the pain she’s going through. I want the good & the bad that comes with her- she’s everything I’ve ever wanted and more. It scares the hell out of me because it seems she doesn’t want the same and I know I’ll probably get hurt but I just want to try. I need to try. I don’t want anybody but her, nobody can compare. If only I could tell her, how do I tell her?
one of my favourite things about andrew scott’s acting is that he’s such an incredibly versatile and talented actor, but physically you can always instantly tell if his character is going to be good or bad by whether their hair is slicked back or not
A selection of Tony Award Winner Kelli O’Hara’s credits:
Francesca Johnson (The Bridges of Madison County 2014) • Nellie Forbush (South Pacific 2008) • Clara Johnson (The Light in the Piazza 2005) • Anna Leonowens (The King and I 2015) • Cathy Whitaker (Far From Heaven 2013) • Babe Williams (The Pajama Game 2006) • Billie Bendix (Nice Work If You Can Get It 2012) • Julie Jordan (Carousel 2013)