I wanted to write about you but I had nothing left to say. Gone were the times you’d give me the time of day.-J.K. Mann @keep_calm_mann
Your physical body may have left this Earth but your spirit resides inside my soul. People say I remind them of you and it always makes me smile because you are exactly who I want to embody. You are me, and I am you. Imperfect, adventurous, carefree, and so in love with life. If I had a chance I would’ve cared for my family like you cared for yours but dynamics changed and it all became so strange. I looked around and no one but Mom came. Dad, I hated myself for years but I fought through the tears. I love myself even more now when I remember I am my father’s daughter. All your negatives and positives I want to foster. P.S. I know you totally dig my new tattoos. The roman numeral seven’s just for you 😉
I’ve already dealt with the demon’s inside my head. I’ll be damned if I have to deal with the ones you bring to the table while we’re breaking bread-J.K. Mann @keep_calm_mann
Fake friends. They love to hate you and hate to love you.-J.K. Mann @Keep_Calm_Mann
1) Wink at her and then a few weeks later when you see her again don’t even blink as if she’s wearing an invisibility cloak.
2) Take her breath and never give it back to her like you’re a freaking dementor.
3) Smile at her like she’s whole your world, change your mind a few weeks later and tell her you’d rather smile at the rest of the muggle world.
4)Make her feel like Fleur but treat her like Lavender. -J.K. Mann @Keep_calm_mann
He brushed the hair out of her eyes and tucked it behind her ear. The bass bumped louder and the lights grew brighter. She fell in love under the electric sky.- J.K. Mann @keep_calm_mann
The other night I did one of my favorite things, and watched an old black & white movie on Turner Classic Movies. It took place in the 1960’s. In the movie, the lead character just kind of disappeared. He needed to clear his head, so he left a business meeting, and wasn’t heard from for a week. Everybody was wondering, “Where is he?” And his co-workers had to make all these excuses to cover for him. Nobody knew where he was! And no one could do anything about it. That was the whole beauty of it. It made me think about modern times and how were so accessible all the time. The phone is always by our side, like it’s a significant other. People go on it while their driving, taking a shower, and take it to the beach with them. You can barely watch a TV show nowadays that…
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