I've read a couple books lately that gave me insight on Love.
The authors pretty much captured how I feel sometimes and why I do or say the things I do.
For instance I read "Triple Shot Bettys In Love" by Jody Gehrman (Read "Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty" first)
How can I do this without spoiling it?
Uhhh Alert! Alert! If you plan on reading this book I might spoil it for you..........does that work?
Hero was advising Geena on the subject of 'Love' and the reason that Geena didn't like love was because she hates feeling out of control.
"You can't control love."
"It controls you."
Is that true?
Does Love control people?
I think it controls our feelings.
We can't change how we feel, no matter how hard we try.
At least that's my opinion.
Has anyone read "Dash and Lily's Book of Dares"?
I loved it, but then again I'm a huge Rachel Cohn and David Levithan fan.
In it one of my favorite characters, Boomer, poses the question: "But what if it's not a yes-or-no question?"
Love that is.
Then they go on to discuss meeting the right person at the wrong time, wrong person at the right time and right person at the right time.
I don't really know what I'm getting at here, but it messed with my head an awful lot.
Which is what books are supposed to do.
Dash drew a map, and I'm tempted to draw a similar map.
When I do, I'll share it when you.
He wrote "Love" on a dry erase board and wrote words...everything that comes with love, all over the board until you could no longer see the word "Love".
So I didn't really come to a conclusion in this post.
I've just confused myself even more.