I remember it all too well.

Have you watched The Giver movie? If not, why?? I was actually, let’s say, brave enough to watch it on my own. #singleprobs ya know. Okay..

So I have only read the book once, and it was just last month, a week before the movie was released. I’ve had the book though for like 7 months already and I’m not really sure why I didn’t start reading it when I downloaded it. I remember started reading it back then, but it just doesn’t appeal to me. But since I wanted to watch the movie, I figured I must at least read the book. And what the I got hooked! And I was like freaking out when the pages were running out and the book was ending. Like what the hell? This is so not done yet. But it is. At least for “The Giver” itself. But hey, I know, there’s The Messenger. They say that’s the book where The Giver left off. I will definitely read that one too.

As for the movie, (I am hating myself for being so redundant) I can say it’s amazing. I can’t even begin to tell you my feels. I know I know, A LOT has been changed, as being redundant again, it did not really live up to the book wholly. The changes were surreal but surprisingly good though. But whatevs, I like it so much it hurts. I was just so emotional like half the time I was tearing up. :’( 

When I went home, even though I was reading a different book, I felt like I just had to read the book again. I’m halfway through already. xx

P.S. Sorry, but not much of spoiler here.

[Too early for the movie, a book in hand, read.] The movie may not have lived up wholly to the book, but I can say it’s amazing. I can’t even begin to tell you my feels. First, it’s worth the read. And secondly, it’s soo worth watching. I’m just a sucker for this, and that I’m not sorry. Even though it’s draining the life out of my wallet. 

[Too early for the movie, a book in hand, read.]
The movie may not have lived up wholly to the book, but I can say it’s amazing. I can’t even begin to tell you my feels. First, it’s worth the read. And secondly, it’s soo worth watching. I’m just a sucker for this, and that I’m not sorry. Even though it’s draining the life out of my wallet. 

xplosivediarrhea:

imagine how much power you’d have if you woke up with a clear face and perfect hair every day

  • person: i hate cats
  • me: what the fuck

I started to tell him about my newest read, a teen romance novel which was surprising because that usually isn’t my favorite kind of book. But with this one, I fell in love since the very first page. I said it was because it reminded me of myself and the love I wish I had received back then. And I couldn’t help but relate to all the quotes and the thoughts of the main character because they were the words I could never say aloud, either.

He said, “Wow you sound like such a girl right now. That’s the girliest thing you’ve said.” But I didn’t see what was wrong with it.

I am a girl; I didn’t see the wrongdoing in acting like one. I mean, I didn’t know that finding a part of myself in a character would make me too much of a “girl” or “too girly.” Does it make me somehow sound weak and fragile? What’s wrong with wishing for a little romance in life?

I think it takes courage to fall in love. So many people run from it. Only the strong ones find it in their soul to stay. I don’t think love makes you weak. Love gives you power. Love gives you strength. Love is the one thing that will make you fearless, as if you were never afraid of a damn thing in your life.


A Story A Day #238 by M.D.L

so-personal:

everything personal

so-personal:

everything personal

faerypotter:

Sometimes I read a book or a story and I get really sad because that will never be my life. Other times I’m really glad I’ve never had to rebuild my village after a dragon attack.

RELATIONSHIP LIKE THIS. But..
I don’t want to spoil anyone so read the book.