refer to something briefly and without going into detail.
had the best Christmas holiday thus far and feel no need to write any further
words for this year. Below are the most recent quotes from my TUMBLR likes that
I want to share for my last post of twenty-fourteen.
This time of year always has me feeling nostalgic. As a
new year approaches we are left to muse over the one which has just passed;
therefore I hope the sentiments are mutual. Personally I can't help but feel
somewhat sad, as is usual with (my) nostalgia. Distraught at what has ended
whether it be good or bad, to some extent I long to relive it. I can remember
feeling these emotions even when I was young. The last of the gift wrapping
always had me in a frown. I guess this is just yet another demonstration of my
connection to the past. Rather than yearn for (great) moments gone and question
(bad) scenarios that cannot be changed, I want to learn from the past and simply move on.
Exclamation: used to express good wishes when parting or
at the end of a conversation.
I have previously expressed how attached I am to the
past. I often relive moments and situations wondering what could have, what might have happened if something would
have gone slightly different. My predicament with the past occurs because of my
exceptional memory and attention to detail. I literally can experience incidents
over and over again in my mind. I will remember
the expression on your face from an exact moment; I could draw you a picture.