Day 1 — Your Best Friend Day 2 — Your Crush Day 3 — Your parents Day 4 — Your sibling (or closest relative) Day 5 — Your dreams Day 6 — A stranger Day 7 — Your Ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush Day 8 — Your favorite internet friend Day 9 — Someone you wish you could meet Day 10 — Someone you don’t talk to as much as you’d like to Day 11 — A Deceased person you wish you could talk to Day 12 — The person you hate most/caused you a lot of pain Day 13 — Someone you wish could forgive you Day 14 — Someone you’ve drifted away from Day 15 — The person you miss the most Day 16 — Someone that’s not in your state/country Day 17 — Someone from your childhood Day 18 — The person that you wish you could be Day 19 — Someone that pesters your mind—good or bad Day 20 — The one that broke your heart the hardest Day 21 — Someone you judged by their first impression Day 22 — Someone you want to give a second chance to Day 23 — The last person you kissed Day 24 — The person that gave you your favorite memory Day 25 — The person you know that is going through the worst of times Day 26 — The last person you made a pinky promise to Day 27 — The friendliest person you knew for only one day Day 28 — Someone that changed your life Day 29 — The person that you want tell everything to, but too afraid to Day 30 — Your reflection in the mirror
We should be going to the library today if it doesn't rain, which I'm excited for. Sam will be there, which is weird, because I've never hung out with one of Matt's friends without Matt. You deserve someone really a lot, and I've always thought it, but never found anyone good enough for you. He deserves someone, too. I want you to love yourself, above all else. You're so much more than you think you are. You love and care about the people that you love and care about with such intensity, that is completely unrivaled. If I had to choose someone to have a lesbian crush on me, it'd be you <3. Similarly, if I had to pick someone to spend my senior year with, it'd also be you <3. I'm so excited for all of the memories we're going to make this year. Don't forget about me after high school!
Valentines day makes me want to eat a small animal. I think it's easier as a single person on V-day, because as terrible as it is to be single on that day, at least we can come together with all of our single friends and rebel together. I mean, sure, when you're single on Valentines day you are reminded throughout that whole week that you are LONELY, but aren't you always reminded of that? When you have someone on V-day, it's your duty to show them that you love them even more than you normally do. It's hard. And you can't rebel Valentines day when you have a mate, either. It's just not polite.
I suppose I'm a little different than other single ladies: I absolutely love couples. I'm pretty optimistic when it comes to love, although I suppose I'm kinda cynical too. I don't think that I can say that I believe in a non-chemical romance, but I do love just watching couples. I almost love watching couples more than I love being apart of a couple. But, then again, I don't think any of my relationships have been the epitome of a great relationship.
I do think that I've fallen into a chemical love, though. Everything about him is perfection. He's inspiring, and dare I say Christ like*. He's intelligent, artistic, beautiful, hilarious, passionate, and a bit of a narcissist. My attraction for him is pretty platonic. I've listened to this man on the phone for hours on end talking of his love for the girls in his life. I've realized the fact that nothing is going to happen between us, but I just can't seem to accept it. I gaurentee that I will chemically love him for as long as his face is a memory of mine. We probably wouldn't be that great together, anyways.
What defines a "cute" relationship? What makes a couple "cute"? Does it involve platonacy vs. non-platonacy? The amount of sex, or lack thereof? The height difference? I say that it's the mutuality of the relationship: when both parties love eachother the same amount. I also say that it doesn't hurt to be platonic.
*I'm not a Jesus-freak, and my religious beliefs are completely held aside when trying to describe him. I just see him as the figure that most people see when they invision Christ. I don't even consider myself Christian.