While I’m sitting in the passenger seat of your car, kiss me.
When I first wake up in the morning, kiss me.
When I’m leaving for work or school in the morning, kiss me.
When I get home from work or school in the evening, kiss me.
When I’m falling asleep, kiss me.
When I’m getting frustrated, kiss me.
When I burn our dinner, kiss me.
If I’m about to cry, kiss me.
If I’m already crying, kiss me.
If you have cake all over your face, kiss me.
If you’re sad, kiss me.
When I won’t stop talking, kiss me.
Right after I brush my teeth, kiss me.
If I’m in a rush, kiss me.
When I feel bad about myself, kiss me.
If you wake up in the middle of the night, kiss me.
If you can’t sleep, kiss me.
I don’t care what time it is, kiss me.
I don’t care where we are, just kiss me.”— (via caloriecut)
“I just, I can’t describe what I feel for you but it starts from the pit of my stomach and warms my chest until I can practically feel every nerve ending in my body and all I want is for you to touch my skin.”—Late night texting (via snowlilies)
“when we hold each other, in the darkness, it doesn’t make the darkness go away. the bad things are still out there. the nightmares are still walking. when we hold each other, we feel not safe, but better. ‘it’s all right,’ we whisper. ‘i’m here. i love you.’ and we lie: ‘i’ll never leave you.’ for just a moment or two, the darkness doesn’t seem so bad.”—neil gaiman (via durianquotes)