He’s worried about the dentist, and he’s worried about heartache, and he’s worried about his rent, and no one ever told him that the worries of childhood wouldn’t get replaced by the worries of adolescence and adulthood. They just accumulated, and sometimes the weight of being every version of himself at once is too much.
My husband has seen me at my literal worst. He has seen more of me than I have seen of me. For a while, he was holding my legs wide open helping me push our daughter into the world. He never said anything against my character. He encouraged me. He inspired me. He motivated me. He coached me through every contraction and every push. He saw me birth our daughter and stayed through the afterbirth. He didn’t squirm. He didn’t get squeamish. He smiled through the obvious pain he felt for me.
He helped clean me. He helped me on and off the toilet when I was so weak I nearly fainted. He helped clean off my sheets and underwear when I soaked them in blood. He held my hands when it hurt so much I cried out. He fed me. He made sure I was eating and drinking. He got up and did more than I could ever ask for.
He loved me. And that’s all I could ever ask for. But if you ask me, he did so much more.
Tohoshinki → Live Tour 2012 ~Tone~ ↳”I was worried because it had been 3 years since we came to the Tokyo Dome. But once, the lights changed inside of the dome, all of these memories came back.
The switching of lights is a surprise event that fans did for us,I think I will remember it for a long time.” - Yunho