THERE’S FOOD NETWORK STUFF ON NETFLIX NOW
Where would we walk? Where would we run? If we could stay all day in the sun? Just you and me, and I could be part of your world.
Natural texts to send to my sister obvi.
"The character Romeo was one of the earliest rebels. He rebelled against his entire family for love and I thought that was a profound sort of thing. Once I started getting into it I realized the sort of ballsy guy he was by marrying Juliet and saying no to his family and all his friends just for this girl. She tells him "Alright if you love me, then marry me. Let’s see what you’ve got." He does it and risks his whole life for it. He was a great character." — Leonardo DiCaprio on portraying Romeo Montague
as much as i can understand wanting a family and the white picket fence and the whole nine yards… i can’t understand thinking it’s a good idea to attempt any of that before you have some sort of financial stability? why would you purposefully choose to try to start a family when you’re 19 years old? in what world is trying to start a family without a stable job or knowing that you will be able to support your children and give them a good home a good idea?