Laying in bed waiting for sleep to find me. It’s all so cloudy in my head like murky water. I can’t figure out my feelings and i keep switching from one choice to another. I just wish my bed would drag me down into a secret world for a little vacation. I have wild light on repeat they are so addictive just like my wireless Internet.
“I made a promise, Mr Frodo. A promise. “Don’t you leave him Samwise Gamgee.” And I don’t mean to. I don’t mean to.”—Sam Gamgee, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (via unefleurdesoleil) (via fuckyeahlordoftherings)
“Oh no! Frodo… Mr. Frodo, wake up… Don’t leave me here alone. Don’t go where I can’t follow… Wake up.”—Samwise ‘Sam’ Baggins in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (via lifeinplastic) (via fuckyeahlordoftherings)
1. verb. To throw open a pair of adjacent doors simutaneously and forcefully, while striding through purposefully. “If I Aragorn this door, it might just shatter the glass with the force of pure awesome.”
“Joel: [in the house on the beach] I really should go! I’ve gotta catch my ride.
Clementine: So go.
Joel: I did. I thought maybe you were a nut… but you were exciting.
Clementine: I wish you had stayed.
Joel: I wish I had stayed to. NOW I wish I had stayed. I wish I had done a lot of things. I wish I had… I wish I had stayed. I do.
Clementine: Well I came back downstairs and you were gone!
Joel: I walked out, I walked out the door!
Joel: I don’t know. I felt like I was a scared little kid, I was like… it was above my head, I don’t know.
Clementine: You were scared?
Joel: Yeah. I thought you knew that about me. I ran back to the bonfire, trying to outrun my humiliation.
Clementine: Was it something I said?
Joel: Yeah, you said “so go.” With such disdain, you know?
Clementine: Oh, I’m sorry.
Joel: It’s okay.
Clementine: Joely? What if you stayed this time?
Joel: I walked out the door. There’s no memory left.
Clementine: Come back and make up a good-bye at least. Let’s pretend we had one.
[Joel comes back]
Clementine: Bye Joel.
Joel: I love you…
Clementine: Meet me… in Montauk…”—