What I Saw And How I Lied by Judy Blundell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Truly one of the best books I have read in a while.
She saw it all but couldn’t piece the things together, didn’t know what all of it meant. 15 years-old doesn’t mean you are an adult, it doesn’t mean you know everything.
The book was all about growing up, facing the truth, seeing what’s there, independence.
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My boyfriend (yadayadayada, it seems to be the thing I talk most about, let’s hope I’ll regain a bit of a life in a few weeks) is younger than me by a few years. He’s not yet in his thirties.
He’s young, healthy, has a healthy libido, great skin…It is said that women in their thirties are at their best. I think the same can be said about men. I look forward to his thirties. A bit more white hair, a few laugh lines, experience, he’ll be even more sexier than he already is. He’ll be more assured. Even more comfortable with himself. I look forward to be with him during that time.
In their thirties, men look like men. They stop looking like pups. Just thinking about this makes me want to jump ahead, fast forward to mornings in bed with him.