"A Global Movement of Positive Energy!"
I am looking out the still window
staring to the flowers in this wet pain
watch them play and grow in this garden rain
counting the seconds to see you tomorrow
I know I am a man that gives sorrow
so much sensitivity that words cannot explain
tormented I know as it drives your heart insane
while holding me as I try to grow
I miss you every day
think of the love that fills me
scared of the day I push you away
when it is you I want to hold, kiss and see
you are so beautiful that words cannot explain
as magical to see as this gorgeous, tender garden rain
© Andrew Scott – Just a Maritime Boy 2012
Matching couples' outfits just might be the ticket to a long, happy relationship for some folks. Coordinating with your S.O. became a trend in Seoul a few years ago. May we present the latest example of dressing harmoniously: Anthony Gargiula is a 17-year-old with some of the cutest grandparents around. He tweeted a photo of four of the couple's coordinated outfits; married for 52 years, the duo matches their clothing every single day, as The Cut pointed out.
A week later, Gargiula tweeted a screenshot of himself FaceTime-ing with Grandma and Grandpa as he told them that they'd become sort of internet-famous. "So I don't really know how to tell you this, but you've gone viral," he captioned the cute shot, in which you can see a bit of his grandparents' matching red looks (down to his grandmother's earrings).
How to Land (And Keep) A Man
When it comes to stereotypes, women were always made to play the role of the damsel in distress, and were always told to wait for the right man to come and sweep her off her feet. Today, however, things are slowly changing and it has become accessible to proactively search for someone. Here are some things you can try to finally meet and land that man, without acting like a psycho-stalker.
Define who you really want