I know the exact moment I saw you
I don’t know the exact moment I fell in love with you
I know the exact moment I thought you were wonderful
I don’t know the exact moment you changed from that
I know the exact moment I felt I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you
I don’t know when I stopped I feeling anything
I am so excited that the X-Files are making a comeback and that too with the original cast. As luck would have it, I am watching re-runs of the show. So it seems like perfect timing.
I was a teenager when the show came out and at the time, all the conspiracy around aliens really piqued my interest. I was firm believer that we are not alone in the universe.
The show was such a cult classic with Agent Mulder (oh so dreamy!) and Agent Scully. They were perfect. I hope they don’t ruin it with this new edition. Just have to wait till Jan 2016 to see what’s in store.
Everybody has the fundamental right to mess up their lives ~ Me
I know there are no written rules in the world of blogging but sometimes I wonder how much is too much in a day. For some reason, if I’ve posted something in a certain day, I never post anything else. In fact, I always wait a day or two. But the mind doesn’t work like that. At least my mind doesn’t. When I get ideas, they seem to flow. But then I can go on for days, without a thing to write.
I had re-blogged a really great post from “Harsh Reality’s” blog called There is no such thing as over posting (I highly recommend you read his post). And while I desperately want to take his advice, I just can’t seem to do it. If I write more than one post in a day, I would schedule it, so that I would have a rather steady stream of posts instead of bursts of two or three posts.
I don’t know what the right way is… but would surely love to hear any thoughts on this….
There are no holes in his shoes, but a big whole in his world.
~ The Script “The man who can’t be moved”
Very interesting read…. Makes a good point.