Thinking is easy, acting is difficult; and to put one’s thoughts into action – the most difficult thing in the world.
Maybe all relationships are made up of logical inspectors and emotional constables, and we need both to make space and time a better place.
You can meet a person in a minute;
Like a person in an hour; and
Love a person in a day.
But it will take you a lifetime to forget them.
The other day I saw this posted on one of my friend’s Facebook wall. Normally, I don’t watch videos because I just can’t be bothered but the title she’d put on the top was ‘for the romantic in all of us‘, I must have been feeling sentimental or something because it was just the cutest thing, I almost cried! Oh how I wish life and men were like this! Sadly they are not, but the characters in this film are adorable. The animation is also unique, as I understand they’re actual drawings as opposed to computer generated animation. I thought it was fantastic, concise and just overall adorable.
About the film:
Directed by John Kahrs, this short film (7 minutes), Paperman, was released originally in June of 2012 at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, and was released on 29 January 2013 on YouTube. Paperman has been nominated for an Oscar.
So today, I got into an argument (read: fight) with the guy who I was seeing. Anyway, when it came down to it he tells me he wants to “slow things down”, naturally, I’m pretty easy going so I’m cool with that. He asks what slow things down means to me, and I reply by saying that I’m going to say goodbye to him for a while, call up that fine articling student I’ve been ogling for a while (he asked me out a while back) and take him up on his offer. Casually he tells me that he completely understand the distance that I need and thinks it would be good for us, but that he doesn’t think I need to see other guys to create that distance and that he doesn’t want to lose me.
Ehhh… too late, I kind of already called the guy. Oops.
Damn, girls are harsh But that’s what you get for being an ass and making vast assumptions on the situation. Too bad.
Sometime life throws you a curveball and you don’t see it in time to dodge it.