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It’s the way he makes you smile. How every joke he tells you is hilarious. How he can annoy the hell out of you one second, and make you feel like someone special the next. The way he says your name even makes you get though life. You start catching yourself looking his way more often, hoping he’s looking at you too. Then you start getting nervous whenever you talk to him. His instant messages become more meaningful to you, even if you cant remember what he was talking about, or if it was anything important at all. That you were too busy choosing what outfit to wear to school the next day, or whether he’d notice at all. You see his face everywhere, not just at school. And you think about him more and more often each day. Suddenly, the pieces all start making sense and you realize - you’re truly in love.
Thanks to those who hated me, you made me a stronger person. Thanks to those who loved me, you made my heart grow fonder. Thanks to those who envied me, you made my self-esteem grow stronger. Thanks to those who cared, you made me feel important. Thanks to those who entered into my life, you made me who I am today. Thanks to those who left, you showed me that nothing lasts forever. Thanks to those who stayed, you showed me true friendship.
Being a teenage girl means: Looking as hot as hell to just walk the dog, listening to your iPod while you dance in your underwear, randomly singing your favorite song, sleeping until 2pm, giving makeovers to all your friends, tanning on the roof, waving to people out of the sun-roof of your car, buying jewelry you will never wear from Claire’s, saying girly words all the time (like omg and whatever!), wearing short skirts, pushing your best friend into the pool, screaming “you’re hott!” out the car window to a boy, taking pictures with all your friends, jumping on your bed while talking on the phone, staying up all night just to regret it the next day, stalking a hot guy at the mall with your friends, taking a story and turning it into some huge scene.
Everyone is so caught up in their own heartache, they never stop to realize that other people feel things too. We’re all so convinced that ‘nobody knows how i feel’, we don’t open our eyes wide enough. Overlooking people that could help us, we go on with our lives, living in self created prisons - prisons within our own minds.
Here’s a toast. To the good days, the better friends. The ones that you just can’t live without. The people that have taught you how to party. How to live. How to have a good time just sitting around. Here are to the people that no matter how bad things seem, are going to be there for you. To lean back on and catch you if you fall.