I've always felt envious, even if a little, of loving families. Those families who plan to have babies and have them be an extension of their love. The families with kids that talk about their parents with a spark in their eyes, pride, and utter adoration.
I've just watched "Away We Go" a movie about a couple who are expecting a baby and looking for a perfect place to live... Looking for a home. When I read the description I wasn't at all impressed! Any movie that revolves around a baby is a movie that I wouldn't want to watch. Fortunately there was nothing else to watch so I had to watch it, and it was such a beautiful movie.
I don't know if I found it so sweet because I'm feeling all motherly and stuff, or because I was starting to change my views about such magical bonds. When you're rarely exposed to love and adoration, it's easy to convince yourself that such emotions are overrated and made up. Whoever said that seeing is believing might have been right all along! I think that I've seen it enough now to believe that there's hope, that it's ok to have faith in humanity. I've seen real people with sparks in their eyes and that's what made me believe.
That doesn't change anything though! Don't worry I'm not gonna turn all nice and normal and emotional on you. I still don't do love, it's just not for me! I was just saying that it's there for other people to enjoy :)
On another note. I've been blogging for a year and one week now! Wow who would've thought!! I thought that I'd make a fuss about turning 1, but it's really not that big of a deal! I started blogging to mourn the loss of my grandma and the end of an awkward relationship. I'm glad that a year later I'm talking about love :)
I'd love to thank you all for reading my crap. Your words, whether good or bad, helped me grow and find other sorts of shit to complain about :p