who are you

What comes to your mind when I say the word almost? Do you still check under your bed for monsters? What about mirrors? What is your first memory? What is your most treasured memory? If you can have the ability to remember everything, would you want to? What don’t you want to remember? If I say heartbreak, do you see a face or feel the emotion first? Who would be your last phone call and what would you say? Are you afraid of the future? Can you miss a place you’ve never been to? How many friends have you lost touched with? If you could take pain away, would you take away yours or someone else’s? When you look at your reflection, what do you look at first? Can you perfect opening up to someone if you practice it enough? Would you want to? Does running away from problems count as moving forward? What do you think of before going to sleep? Do you check your phone as soon as you wake up? If yes, what are you searching for? Who is first on your emergency contact list? How many books have you read in the past year? When you read a book, do you skim the ending first? Do you have smooth or rough hands? Where do you go when you need to be alone? If home is a person, who is yours? What saddens you more - unfulfilled dreams or a life alone? Who did you want to be when you were a child? Who do you want to be now?
—  (NJ.) // who are you? part 1

friendly reminder that “getting to stay in bed all day” is different from “having to stay in bed all day”