If my back keeps me up all night, I’m going to be a very unhappy person.
No, we aren’t falling back in love tomorrow, or getting married next week. But we’re at an age now where we understand our happy medium until we are ready to give each other our hearts in their entirety and nothing less. Both you and I just know that it can’t happen right now. And we’re both fine with that. I’m still intrigued as to what this summer is going to hold. I’m interested as to what we will accomplish after being so distant for the longest period of time we have been in 3.5 years. I can’t explain in words how it feels to just know I can text you whenever and you’ll respond. The response isn’t what makes me happy. It’s the fact that I know the feelings coming from it are nothing but positive ones. That through everything, thick and thin, we’re nothing but happy once more. And I’m sure that the only way for us to go from this point on is up.
My squad is made up of all Class A comedians, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Archaic Greek Lion of Kea, thought to date to around the 6th century BC, sculptor unknown. Ioulida, island of Kea.
Though much ambiguity still surrounds this stone carved smiling lion, it is thought relate to the mythology of Kea, which was once known as “The Water Island”
The island was considered to be inhabited by water Nymphs. Due to its exceptional beauty, the Gods were jealous of the island and sent a lion down to ravage it of its beauty. The lion drove all the Nymphs out of the island and the island dried out.
The inhabitants of Kea then asked Apollo’s son, Aristaeus for help and he built a temple to the mightiest of all Gods, Zeus. This act pleased Zeus and he brought rain to the island and the nymphs back to it, as well. (x)
Photo courtesy & taken by Phso2
Haven’t seen my girl in too damn long.