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I can’t wait for you

I can’t wait for the summer days when you grab my hand in the sunshine. I can’t wait for the days when we rent a convertible and drive the coast of California. I can’t wait to see you smile when I surprise you with big news. I can’t wait to hear your laugh knowing you’re mine to keep. I can’t wait to say I love you. I can’t wait to share our funniest stories with each other. I can’t wait to meet your extended family and have your aunts tease you about us. (assuming you have aunts) 

I can’t wait to sit on a park bench and laugh as we people watch. I can’t wait to share sarcastic jokes. I can’t wait to watch movies together and share our favorite songs with one another. I guess when it all comes down to it… I can’t wait of you.

I can’t take it anymore. The waiting. The wanting. Something inside me snaps. I hate myself. I hate that I have to deal with this. I hate my life. And I hate how I can’t count on anyone to be completely there when I need them, exactly the way I need them to be.
—  Susane Colasanti, Waiting For You
We’re all sinking in the same boat here. We’re all bored and desperate and waiting for something to happen. Waiting for life to get better. Waiting for things to change. Waiting for that one person to finally notice us. We’re all waiting. But we also need to realize that we all have the power to make those changes for ourselves.
—  Susane Colasanti, Waiting For You
I fell in love with her soul. I loved how she composed herself so well yet had a mind filled with so many convictions and ideas. She was worldly, she was funny, she was smart, and she had class. I admired her. She was that girl that had guys crawling on their knees, but she never batted an eyelash. She wasn’t about that. She was much deeper than that, and that is one of the many reasons I loved her.