Recently, I’ve got very obsessed with real-life quotes. Things that people around me say, that affect me, move me. Maybe even just make me smile. It could be just a simple word like ‘OK’ or ‘Yes’. Or it might be a whole paragraph someone texted me. They could be lyrics, or poetry. They could very well be lines from a book I’m reading, or something I heard the weather man say. They could be dialogues from a movie. They could even be words, marking an event in my life, that had mattered a lot to me.
Most of the time they are absolute nonsense that I convince myself is awesome and stuff, and makes me seem, and feel deep.
Doesn’t change the fact that they are awesome!
A lot of my posts on my cupboard are complete with time, date and day noted.
I like making memories.
And I’ve started to collect all of them, and write them down.
One of my many summer project was redecorating my room. And I decided to make a collage on my cupboards. Its a work in progress, but the number of note-book paper and Post-Its that are up on them, with words and sentences neatly penned on them in my favorite sort of felt-tip pen, is increasing every day. The fun part for me, is when sometimes, these words are so vague to everyone but me. People who aren’t familiar with the situation I was in, or the person I was talking to, or what we were talking about – they tend to look at my cupboard, and then look at me funny.
Or at least I think they definitely would. If they had the curiosity to spare my cupboard a glance. That is the other fun bit.
Initially I was a little scared about putting up so many things that mean so much to me (and also because I was a tad nervous about what would happen if my mother saw the time and date on some of those posts, and what they were saying) in plain sight. Right up front, on my cupboard doors. Because if it means enough to me, for me to remember it and put it up, it definitely defines my thought processes.
No one looks in the most obvious places; people who don’t read the books I do, watch the movies and shows I do, don’t think like I do.
That list includes my family, so yeah, I’m good.
Anyhoo – I decided to start doing the same on my blog.
There are so many things that people on this website write, that make me smile or tug on my heart-strings. Or simply make me wonder.
And I wanted to share these words with you all. Maybe, if I am not attacked but a Bout Of Laziness, I’ll continue with posts of this sort, reading up blogs and quoting you guys!
Not particularly extraordinary kids in a not particularly extraordinary school but in an extraordinarily cherished phase of life.
Letting one side of you flourish while repressing the other works out ok to begin with, but after a while you begin to feel it through your own writing, and for me, this has come in the form of I want to talk about something serious, feel as if I can’t, try and force myself to be entertaining even when I’m not feeling it, which then just ends with a temper tantrum
Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Batman!
It should be fairly obvious by now what must be done. Instead of filling that space with irrelevant content, fill it with (gasp!) relevant content!
Like, you’re really awesome and I love you but you don’t love me, so I’ll settle for someone like you, but they won’t be as good as you.
(^This one is going on my cupboard.)
Granted, its cold outside and the water is freezing, but its kind of a great luxury to live by the ocean and stare out into it’s vastness. Yes, I’m gay.
On Tumblr; …like a virtual scrapbook of dreams.
Yes, I know. This person affected got three quotes from the SAME POST. o.O
Cats are the world’s best secret-keepers.
More to come soon! Slather the comments with a bunch of your favorite comments, maybe?