I think it would be quite nice to share a bottle of wine with a girl while playing on a playground as the sun set and then staying up late talking and watching a meteor shower.
I really miss being able to do things like that. I miss being able to make bad jokes and horribly corny complements. I miss hugs, especially from behind. I miss holding someone and feeling genuinely close with another human. I miss holding hands. They’re all such little things, but it’s been awhile and I miss it all.
Rawr. Good(bad? meh?)night all. Maybe tomorrow will be different.
I feel so silly reblogging this, but whatever.
I really would love this, or something very similar. I would love to just walk around downtown talking. To sit and stare out into the darkness of the lake. To exchange stories over the slow groaning of the swings we’re sitting in. That really is most of what I wanted, but now I realize that summer’s almost over and I haven’t done any of it, partly because I have no one to do it with, and partly because I never once made an effort to make it happen. I’m realizing that I am not good at being a friend, at sharing life with someone. I’ve been trying to figure out how to ask some of my friends if they want to do something, but I don’t know how. I don’t do things, I just tend to wander around and observe and see where the day takes me, but you can’t ask someone if they want to join you to just walk around and do nothing. At least not until you’re already close friends, and even then… I’m getting off on a tangent, but I guess the moral of this is that while I have friends, I don’t know what to do with them and it sucks and makes me feel very lonely sometimes.
The Social Network (USA, 2010)
I should watch this again. This movie is so freaking good.
I just watched all the special features and director commentary for The Social Network over the last week. (Over two nights, specifically.) Everything about this film is masterful and sometimes I get a little emotional about how much I love it.
Dazed and Confused, 1993