milso quotes

You know what really just pisses me off?
When he doesn’t reply to my text messages.
I know I sound crazy right now and I know it shouldn’t piss me off.
But it’d be nice if he was busy or not in the mood to talk, to just tell me so rather than ignoring me.
And when he doesn’t reply to me (after replying to me constantly for an hour or so) I get this stupid insecure feeling that someone else is holding his attention, some other girl.
Why am I so insecure?
Why do I get this stupid feeling, every time he doesn’t reply to me, that he’s going to leave me?
Fuck. This.
…a relationship is two people. Not two people and everyone who has an opinion.
— 

thatsumgoodbeth

God Bless this woman. It can’t be said any better then that.

What’s great about love letters are that someone writes how much they love you in a single sheet of paper that they wouldn’t say in person so then you can read over and over again just like falling in love with them over again without needing them to be there physically with you in your mind while reading this sheet of paper you can hear their voice reading it to you and its like a part of them will always be there with you because they expressed their true feelings for you in a letter
—  Arlene Madrid
We entered each others lives, not when we had it all together, but when we were gathering the pieces. We looked at each other at our worst and said “Right now this is all i have to give” and that was okay. We encouraged one another to unapologetically be who we are to the core of our being. And we loved boldly and fearlessly despite the hurts of our pasts.
—  Maryann Hart

anonymous asked:

Hello! You really don’t know how helpfully has been your page to my life. My bf is in the army, and 2 weeks ago they displace him for 5 months, he’s coming in 149 days (yeah I count them) and I was just wondering for some advice or way to just don’t feel so alone, and stop counting the days, because sometimes is so rude... and, what should I say in the letters? I’ve never made one and I’m not sure how to send them either 😂 thank you so much for all your posts ☺️💗

Hey! I’m glad to hear my page helps you. There’s nothing wrong with counting how long until you see him. When my bf was in basic training I would count the weeks. I would pick a show that I really enjoyed, that had new episodes every week, and I would count it by that. For me I watched pretty little liars. So instead of thinking “9 more weeks until david is back” I would think “1 more week till the new episode of pretty little liars”. Then when the show is on I allow myself to think about how long until David comes. It doesn’t have to be a tv show. But something every week that you look forward to. Like a sports event or just even the weekend. It’ll help to break up the time. As for not feeling alone the best thing to do is to talk to people. Talk to your friends and go hang out with them. Message other Miso. They understand and will be there as a distraction and someone to talk to. Message me.

When writing a letter put everything you want to. Tell him how your days have been going. Tell him a funny story that’ll make him laugh. Tell him how you miss him. What you want to do with him when he gets back. Say you hope he’s doing well and to stay safe. And above all else tell him how much you love him.

You can include photos but keep in mind that at times depending where he is and his rank a sergeant might open the letters. So don’t include any photos you wouldn’t be okay with a parent seeing.

You’ll be able to get his correct address soon. But when you send the letter be sure to include his rank. Addressed on the envelop it’ll be his rank, last name then first name. If he’s a private it’s a PVT, a specialist is SPC and a corporal is NCO. For example it’ll be PVT Smith John. rank - last name - first name.

You can always send care packages as well.

I hope this helps! And you can always send me a private message. I’ll be more then willing to chat and answer any questions you have.

It’s strange how you can fall in love with someone’s existence, even when they are not present
—  Missing you