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Books.

They have overcome my life.

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I am always reading. Always swallowing, digesting, tasting, each and every word that comes into view. I depend on reading--and books--to take me away to a far away place where everything is almost perfect. Almost. {emphasis on that word} Books have helped me survive. They've given me tips and helped me learn lessons. They've even played as vivid, colorful, moving pictures in my mind. They have shown me that no matter what happens, how bad things can get for the main character, there will *cough* almost *cough* always be a happy ending. Which makes me think, maybe there's still hope for me. Maybe I'll earn a happy ending too...

I need books.
I need words.
I need to feel the pages between my fingertips.
I need to hold a book up to my nose and breathe it all in.
I need to find that small bit of happiness.
And books always seem to give me that.

Thank you books.
Thank you words.
Thank you pages, upon pages, upon pages.
Thank you new book smell.
Thank you authors.
Thank you, for giving me hope.

go out book sniffing with friends { *hint, hint* } || write, write, write

thank you for reading. <3
xoxo,
Rose

Comments

  1. I totally agree with you. I don't know what I'd do without books!

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  2. Book sniffin' sounds legit.

    Flawless post my dear, you have done it again! { as always }

    Love you girly! :)

    xoxo
    Kenz

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  3. I know exactly what you mean. The right book in your hands is one of the best things in the world!

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  4. Whoa I really love this blog. New follower:) Hope you will check mine out at http://littlemisscupcakecutie.blogspot.com/ and maybe follow back?
    XXXXX
    Clare

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    1. Aww, thank you. I checked out your blog, and followed you. :)

      Thanks for following me and leaving this lovely comment.

      xoxo,
      Rose

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    2. Thanks :) Looking forward to more posts in the future!

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