Love someone who loves you even on the bad days. On the working day when you cry for no logical rationale, because the dog peed on the grey carpet, because you is seeking to cook a neat dinner and you burnt it to a snappy, because in one day every bad thing that could happen, did.
Love someone who loves you on the working day you’re depleted. On the working day you feel tired from simply remembering, on the working day “youre feeling” tired from. Because sometimes your judgment lopes faster than your body and at the end of the day one merely can’t keep abreast with the other.
Love someone who loves you on the days you’re scared. On the working day you’d rather simply not try because not trying symbolizes not failing.
Love someone who loves you on the days you’re exasperated. On the days when sometimes you take that frustration out on them. Because you don’t always recognize how you’re acting in the moment, and when you eventually recognize the highway you acted wasn’t carnival or title, it’s too late.
Love someone who loves you on the days you’re not yourself. On the days you tell them you’re just not feeling good, on the days you find it hard to tell them why. Because sometimes you know it’s just you and it has nothing to do with them, but you know sometimes they won’t understand that.
Love someone who loves you on the working day you say stuffs you don’t really intend. Love someone who loves you on the working day you wish you could make those occasions back.
Love someone who loves you on the days you feel insecure. On the days you think everyone’s smarter than you, richer than you, prettier than you, luckier than you. On the days you simply don’t feel good enough, desire someone who concludes you realize that you are.
Love someone who loves you on the days you think you’ve lost yourself. On the days you feel you can’t accept the person or persons you’ve become. On the days you feel you’ve forgotten who “youve been” are, what really matters to you, what offsets you joyous. Love someone who gives you the freedom to remember. Love someone who promotes you to be who you indeed are, to remember who you genuinely are, always.
Love someone who loves you on the bad daytimes. On the days you feel unfortunate, indignant, insecure. On the days “youre feeling” lost, disorient, and terrified. Love someone who that you have these bad daytimes, someone who understands you aren’t always going to feel huge, someone who understands sometimes you’re going to feel terrible.
Love someone who moves the bad daytimes better because they require you to be happy, because a bad date for you is a bad date for them, because they are happy when you are happy, and they realize they won’t always be the one who can move that happen. Love someone who understands that you need to obligate yourself happy first. That you need to be able to fix the bad daytimes on your own, and sometimes that necessitates putting yourself before them. Love someone who understands that, and never let them extend.