word.

natsukashii (nahtzaka-shee) (adj.) of some small thing that brings you suddenly, joyously back to fond memories, not with a wistful longing for what’s past, but with an appreciation of the good times   Advertisements

humans // 2:32 am

if you look at in a way, in a day, there are so many minutes. each minute might not be that much of thing, and we might consider it as a negligible value but together all of them make a whole day. and a day which maybe changes everything for at least someone in this…

songs that make me happy, part 1

stubborn love – the lumineers fallingforyou – the 1975 by your side – the tenth avenue north gone, gone, gone – phillips phillips roman holiday – halsey amnesia – 5sos (ofcc) spaces – one direction All i want – kodaline song for zula – phosphorescent (god, the feeels) trouble – halsey secrets – onerepublic life…

12:09am – 7:34pm // list #1.

watch them eat their favourite food and how they make a mess out of it. watch them read your favourite book and how they smile when they read the highlighted parts. watch them talk to themselves and how they they look down when they realise they’ve been caught. watch them laugh so hard at something…

Milk and honey.

part 1. “you treat them as if they have a heart like yours. but not everyone can be as soft and tender as you. you don’t see the person they are you see the person they have the potential to be. you give and give till they have taken everything out of you and leave…

waiting, are we?

and to think, arent we all just waiting for something? a letter from someone who doesnt write, a song from an artist who longer sings, a sequel from an author who isn’t alive and love from someone who doesnt know how to. (also, all the pictures that are on this blog are clicked by me…

6:25 pm

what if happiness was contagious? what if, it is? when you’re happy, you want to make others happy? you make them happy and then they want to make someone else happy? and so it continues? so i’m writing this because I, myself, am feeling very happy today. And the next time, when I’m sad, i…