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Indulge in my messy universe.

Ever heard the term ‘Book Boyfriends’? Well, we all have our fair share of them, at least if you read books though or have watched their movie counterparts.

Male characters that we love, believe it or not, affect the way we see the opposite sex in the real world. We unconsciously want to see the qualities we adore on those male personas, from the guys in our reality. Most of the time, we end up disappointed…right? But that’s okay! We can still go back to the books/movies so we can relish on them all over again and forget the crappy, real dudes out there. HAHA! Kidding!

In this list, I swoon over No. 3 Jace Herondale from The Mortal Instruments, though I will go for Jace Wayland, his previous version in a movie played by Jamie Campbell Bower. I think the guy featured here is from the TV version.

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Also, my ever favorite Will Traynor of Me Before You at No. 12. There’s my hard-headed but cute boyfiee Fitzwilliam Darcy from Pride and Prejudice at No. 10, but I prefer the version played by Sam Riley in Pride, Prejudice and Zombies.

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I also like Augustus Waters, Gale Hawthorne, Four, Christian Grey…and look there at Marius Pontmercy! I never knew until now that my idol Eddie Redmayne portrayed him!

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Look at the list and tell me if some of them are your boyfriends too. HAHA! Click this link: 15 Male Book Characters That Ruined Us For Life | Her Campus

Photos used:
Jace Wayland (mortal-instruments-fan.blogspot.com)
Mr. Darcy (www.lokee.it)

 

This post from my favorite women website is such full of insights. This article will surely be of help to all my amazing girl readers here in Teensy Weensy Gal. Friendship is a very important thing for all of us, even to those who claim that they’re loners. People need company every now now and then, and our friends influence us a lot and vice versa.

I will surely not forget a turning moment in my life when I finally decided to cut off my connection with this girlfriend who has always been an ‘energy sucker’ to me and to our other friends. She sucks our happy, vibrant and radiant vibes almost everyday, so we finally decided to leave her. We want a circle of girlfriends who are objectively positive, supportive of each other’s dreams and intimate with each other’s souls. We want genuine loving relationship, and I don’t know why she’s always been the ‘nega’. She seems to always want to point out the bad in everything and dwell on them forever. Some of her beliefs and values come from her own insecurities. Worst, most of the time, she’s not authentic with herself!!! We tried to help her, telling about her bad attitude and ‘bad mouth’. We did hold on to her because we all want to be of helping hand to her as she change what needs to be ‘really changed’. Many people are quite well aware of her weaknesses that are starting to be toxic to the people around her. In the end, she did filled us to our brim. She don’t want to change, so we let go because it’s already killing us.

“And you know what? That’s the best thing we have ever done. We felt infinite and free after that.”

So, dear amazing girls out there, take friendships seriously because they affect us more than we think they are. Don’t ever hesitate in unfriending those who really needs to be lost in your life. I’ve heard one of our classmates said that she and her circle of friends don’t just surrender on someone just like what we did. But the truth is? She didn’t know our whole story. We got more and more depressed each and everyday because of our ‘toxic’ friend. Walking away from someone who’s mean, insecure, negative and unauthentic is always the right thing to do if after trying to fix things still didn’t helped.

You are a passionate human being.

You are a positive woman.

You are radiant.

You are beautiful.

You deserve people who has the same values as you and people who are ready to ‘connect’.

Read the amazing article by Renee Wade by clicking this link: Is Having Low Value Friends Even Worth It? – Femininity – Dating & Relationship Advice for Women – The Feminine Woman

Struggles of a heliophile during rainy days

The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis | Book Review

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Me as flowers 🌺

Flowers as me 💁

Aww, Radetsky!

This story is captivating and saddening at the same time. It teaches us a lesson not to play with someone’s feelings or lie. Consequences are real.

via That Time I Catfished The Most Popular Girl In School | Thought Catalog

Feels like I wanna give up blogging 😦

Crush of the Week: Sebastian Stan

‘Just Fine’

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Hey there! Yes, you.

Just wanna remind you that you’re allowed to be messy and complicated.

Take your time.

You need not to rush.

Grow in your own pace, for yourself and for the people you love.

Celebrate all the ringing questions in your head. Even if they make you dizzy and confused, they are part of one’s life.

Celebrate the times you don’t know what to do with your life, or the moments when you think you’re being left behind. Chances are you’re really not, but if you really are, I know you can catch up.

I know you have done a lot of terrible things that’s why it’s so hard for you to see your greatness. So, let me pat your shoulder for a while and say “YOU ARE DOING JUST FINE.”

 

WORDS BY MV SORIMA

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