Sunday, November 14, 2010
I'm not sure what the exact topic of conversation was but it had to do with him and she said, quote, "I guess it's love that makes you go dumb."
It amused me, yes.
I rolled my eyes; I've been retreating back to my cynical self lately.
Later on we discovered he left his ipod at home while he went out with her.
"He must be in love," I said.
This is a boy who always has a stupid ear bud stuck to the side of his head.
Love is supposed to make you happy and he is.
And the person you love is supposed to make you a better person, he hasn't changed much...I guess that's good, I just wish he would do more chores. Haha.
I need to start asking people what love is.
Some people say you shouldn't question it, you just know.
That sounds a bit ridiculous to me.
Of course you're going to question it, and then one day it'll SMACK! hit you in the face.
I don't like that I question love.
I used to be a romantic to the max, then I was insanely cynical, then this summer I found a happy medium...now I'm so confused.
All these thoughts of love are swimming about my brain lately.
I think I understand that "in love" thing a bit more now.
You can love someone and be friends, but to be in love with someone is something entirely different...correct?
I've made a goal to learn a lot more on people's (mostly my family) views on love.
I want to know what little things the one they/you love does for you that lets you know they love you, or what you do for them.
To me it's not saying "I love you", it's someone getting you a blanket before you can even ask because they know you're always cold. That kind of thing.
Or seeing leaves blow across the road and then in that moment wishing they were there.