In the past, I have famously (read: not-so-famously) been a little harsh on the entire concept of relationship goals. This, if you are somehow unfamiliar, is the idea popularized by certain Pinterest and Instagram accounts that a relationship must look a certain way to be successful–you know, like, attractive. Well-dressed. Probably heterosexual. Almost always white.
Cuando dije que te amaba (te amo), era verdad (es verdad). Y ahora te fuiste, te fuiste sin decir nada, y te odio por haber me dejado. Pero me odio a mi misma por haberlo permitido. No se, si fue un error mio, o simplemente obra del destino quien eligio esto. Pero entre el espacio que hay entre el sol y la luna... Yo siempre te amare.
These wedding rings represent a couple’s unique bond with one another in the simplest – and cutest – way. Made by Israeli couple-turned-business partners Maya (a jeweller) and Eliad (a lighting architect), they only really make sense when you put them together. Just like you and your boo.
You steady me. Slow and sweet we sway. Take the lead and I will follow. As a little girl I would dance barefoot on the hardwood floor preforming ballerina twirls and countless curtsies. You would think the years of practice would carry me into the ballroom, yet my dad calls me grace for a reason. Not by my act of gracefulness, but the lack thereof! Always holding a song in my heart and the passion to dance when anyone is watching, I find my heart full and my feet moving. Still today…