the simple act of being in love with you is enough for me

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a few of my favourite things ☆ (20/30) romantic reationships: joey and pacey

i want you to be with someone who can be a part of the life that you want for yourself. i want you to be with someone who makes you feel the way i feel when i’m with you. so, i guess the point of this long run-on sentence that’s been the last ten years of our lives is that the simple act of being in love with you is enough for me.

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get to know me meme → [3/10] pairings

↳ Pacey Witter & Joey Potter (Dawson’s Creek)

So l guess the point to this long run-on sentence that’s been the last 10 years of our lives is just that the simple act of being in love with you is enough for me.

Like honestly I don’t think I’ll ever get over just how dang happy Ford is to have Fiddleford forgive him and call him his friend again.

I mean look at him.

He had resigned himself to Fidds hating him and he thought he’d never be worthy of his forgiveness and you can just see the sense of joy and relief he has over being proven wrong.

I think it can be said without a doubt that Fiddleford was one of the most important people in his life and they cared about each other deeply. So to have his friend back, to earn his forgiveness, and to have it all confirmed in an act that’s as simple and yet powerful as a hug…

It was a short scene and yet I still think it carried so much weight and meaning behind it.

Clint

The generosity of strangers never ceases to amaze me.

Earlier this week, my girlfriend and I took a mini-vacation to the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey. It was our first time being at the beach together while it was warm enough to be in the ocean. In typical Shane fashion, I worried (unnecessarily) that Anna would be overworked by the duties of keeping me alive, especially when the gargantuan beach wheelchair was thrown into the picture.

Getting me onto the beach is fairly simple, assuming I have a team of 18 Olympic athletes assisting me. The beach wheelchair is constructed with creaky PVC piping, huge inflatable rubber tires, and mesh seating. Assembling and disassembling the wheelchair (which must be done to get it in the van) takes determination, brute strength, and luck. The chair would hold a small rhinoceros, so when you plop tiny, malnourished me into it, the result is lots of room for my frail body to get tossed around. We compensate by filling this extra space with a thousand pillows (okay… one towel). Once I’m finally locked in, I could be hit by a dump truck and not feel a thing, which is important, because pushing the damn contraption is even harder than getting it together. Pushing it over lumpy sand is a whole different monster.

Anyway, Anna handled all of these challenges (completely on her own) like the champion of a human being that she is. I can’t praise her enough. Kids should be learning about her in elementary school curriculums. She’s on the same level as Einstein and Hercules and Gandhi.

But during our beach day, we encountered a moment of unexpected generosity that also needs to be recognized.

After a few hours, we decided we’d spent enough time lounging in the 97 degree sun, so Anna packed up all our gear and loaded me back into the beach wheelchair of death for the haul back to the hotel. We zigzagged our way through the masses of sunbathers in a slow but steady path to the street. Near the top of the beach, where it gets steep by the dunes, Anna started to have some trouble pushing me up. The massive tires kept getting stuck in craters of sand. She could have easily powered through, but she was also very aware that even the tiniest bumps were hard on my neck.

A man (who I will call Clint) standing near his family’s blanket noticed her struggling.

“Need a hand?” asked Clint.

Anna began to respond that she was okay, but before the words had formed, Clint walked over and began pulling my chair from the front while Anna continued to push. We made it up the hill with ease.

Clint asked again if we were okay, and then returned to his family. It was such a small act of kindness, but he had no obligation to assist us (no one else on the beach offered a hand, and it didn’t strike us as rude). 

Clint stepped up to help a stranger just for the sake of being decent, and I think that kind of genuine generosity is worth sharing.

Pacey: You’re off the hook. I never really put much faith in all that “if you love someone set them free” crap, as evidenced by everything I’ve done in my life up to this very moment… but I am determined to be happy, Joey. Happy in this life… And I love you, I mean, I always, I have always, always loved you. But our timing has just never been right… and the way I figure it, time is no man’s friend. So I have to get right with that and be happy, now. Because this is it, I mean, this is all that we get. If there is one thing I’ve learned from losing Jen, that’s what I’ve learned.

Joey: Pacey, I—

Pacey: Actually, um, hold on. I’m not done yet. Because I also want for you to be happy. It’s really important for me that you be happy. So I want you to be with someone, whether it be Dawson or New York guy or some man that you haven’t even met yet. But I want you to be with someone who can be a part of the life that you want for yourself. I want you to be with someone who makes you feel like I feel when I’m with you. So, I guess the point to this long run-on sentence that’s been the last 10 years of our lives… is just that the simple act of being in love with you is enough for me. So you’re off the hook.

Joey: You know, for the record I, I don’t wanna be let off the hook. Cause everything in my life that I’ve done has led me here, right now. And the last thing I want, need or deserve is to be let off somebody’s hook.

Pacey: Please don’t miss my point here…

Joey: And don’t miss mine. Pacey, I love you, you know that. And it’s very real. It’s so real that it’s kept me moving, mostly running from it, never ready for it… and I love Dawson, he’s my soul mate. He’s tied to my childhood… and it’s a love that is pure and eternally innocent. I can’t be let off the hook because I just might get the notion that it’s ok to keep running.

taelynn  asked:

BTS reacting to their child wanting to make friends on the playground but the other kids wont talk to them. It can be boy or girl or multiple kids, it doesn't matter.

Originally posted by hoseokwhy

Jhope: Honestly Hoseok would be pretty upset. “You don’t let anyone tell you that you aren’t enough.” He’d pull his son into his arms and would give a relatively deep talk yet try to keep it as simple as possible. Eventually he’d transition into a little pep talk, telling him how much he loves him and how he is perfect just the way he is.

Originally posted by ki-raa

Jimin: Jimin would quickly try to get his daughter’s attention off of what happened by being playful. He’d kiss her gently on the forehead and ruffle her hair. Pulling her up and putting her on his shoulders he’d walk away,“ you like Yoongi oppa right? Let’s go see him yeah? I bet he misses you!”

Originally posted by vminv

Jin: “Let me go with you to try and make friends.” He’d totally act like a child to try and bridge the gap between the other kids and his daughter. If this still didn’t work he’d just play with her in the sand by himself. “You love playing with daddy the most though right?”

Originally posted by beagletae

Jungkook: He would be acting cute to try and cheer up his son, fingers squishing his cheeks. “Wouldn’t you rather play with appa? Isn’t appa more fun?” Jungkook would mess around until his son totally forgot about the other kids and was focused only on his dad.

Originally posted by jeonggu

Rap Monster: Namjoon would definitely peeved but wouldn’t let his anger show. He’d grab his daughter’s hand and lead her out of the park. “You’re to cool for them anyway right?” He would cheer up his kid with complements, making her feel infinitely better. She wouldn’t be able to resist the smile that would break across her face as he pats her on the head in encouragement.

Originally posted by baebsaes

Suga: He’d be more pissed than anything but as a grown adult he wouldn’t be able to confront the kids at the park. He’d approach the other parents and try to talk about it with them about it but in the end he’d probably just take his son out. “How bout we go for ice cream? I’ll buy you as much as you want!” Of course his son wouldn’t be able to resist.

Originally posted by vmiin

V: Taehyung would keep encouraging his son to not give up. “Don’t worry, I’ll be right here cheering you on! Just be yourself!” He would give his son the confidence boost he needs to try harder and make friends. If his son comes back without making any friends he’ll smile and encourage him to keep trying no matter what.

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Thank you for the request :D I hope you like it. Honestly I can imagine all of them having daughters.
A: Heenim