But I like you.” He cleared his throat. “I like you first and second and third.
F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise   (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: quote-book, via centralparkafterdark)

If I were to live a thousand years, I would belong to you for all of them. If we were to live a thousand lives, I would want to make you mine in each one.
Michelle HodkinThe Evolution of Mara Dyer (via hellyeahitsrandom)

(via so-i-sailed-away)

I don’t mind getting naked or seeing you naked. I don’t mind talking about sex or having sex or never having sex. I don’t mind my body or your body with mine. I don’t mind your sweaty palms, your chapped lips, your dirty tongue. I don’t mind your noisy music, your crappy poetry, your soiled shoes and ugly handwriting. I don’t mind 2ams and late night phone calls, stolen kisses and white lies. I don’t mind your half-eaten donut, frozen teabags and sticky hair. I want your toothbrush’s head leaning towards mine. I want your 4am back massage. Cup my breasts and don’t say they’re small. I already know that. Kiss me once and kiss me more. Pretend what we’re doing is illegal. It’s always good to be caught with our mouths tied together like handcuffs. Dry your cheeks and make me bleed. Crave me. Crave me. Crave me.
(via thewastedgeneration)

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I’ve been desperately attempting to write how I feel, but there are no adequate words. There is no combination of twenty-six letters that could ever fully explain the immense joy and love I feel just having you around. You’ve been the biggest support over the last few days, and I know that I’m not easy to be around after a long day at work, but you handle me with such care and kindness, and I’m forever grateful. I don’t know what I did to deserve you, but I’m so glad you’re in my life.

All my love, always.

Happy Father’s Day to the handsome love of my life!

Date night with this handsome man.
In honor of Flag Day today, I’m sharing this photo from Flag Day 2010 when Jeff and approximately seven-thousand other Sailors created this living flag.
I’m yours — you know it.
F. Scott Fitzgerald

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