It's so hard to describe how time feels...even how growing feels. It is crazy to think about the person that I was ten years ago, fine years ago, a year ago, and even 5 months ago. It is amazing to just remember where I was, who I was.
In January I moved I to this house and I met this girl. I know that she was always supposed to be in my life. She was a piece of me that I needed to find. I feel like I have known her forever. When I met her, both of us were floating alone just trying to make sense of a lot of things. We clicked. We learned so much about each other. We listened to each other's stories. We supported each other. We felt each other's pain. And we built each other up and we helped each other find a place to be at home.
This picture is one of my favorite memories in life. We would make food, drink beer, play loud music and dance together in the kitchen. And literally nothing else mattered except being in that moment and feeling alive. I love this girl.
Sometimes life gets me down and I am scared that moments like that will never happen again. Time is weird that way. It's easy to bring fear. And that is why I don't like it. I'm afraid to run out of it, afraid to lose it, afraid to forget it, to need more of it, to not have enough. It is like a linear stretch of nothingness with little pings on it that you can never go back to and an endless expanse of things to come which you can't even see or feel yet. Something that is really hard to remember is that none of that matters. All that matters is the magical moments that you are in right now. The things that will soon be pings on your timeline.
Hagamos lo imposible para que este video de la vuelta al mundo, debemos demostrar lo gran persona que es @mileycyrus, como ya bien lo mencionó es la fundadora de #Happyhippies, es quien lucha por los derechos de todos nosotros, lucha por la igualdad, demos a conocer sus verdaderas intenciones, lo buenas que son! #MileyCyrus#Cyrus#Apoyo#LGTB