Heart fact

I learned something cool about hearts while researching them! Everyones hearts are different and they adapt to what your body needs, if your tall or short your heart is a certain size to try to combat this if your fit or lazy your heart changes and is shaped differently because of exercise.

Hope you can use this fact in a lot of your writing.

Bottles of fear

Fear is something we all experience but bottle inside.

Bottles vary in sizes

Fear is like a poison that can be added or removed

Let the poison reach the top and you will be hurt by the poison

The smaller the bottle the less poison you’ll drink when it is full, but you will be hurt more often

The bigger the bottle, the bigger the drink and pain is indescribable, but very rarely happens

Everyone is unique, bottles vary in sizes and structure some bottles leak and some bottles are closed.

Injected feeling

Making someone feel a certain way is not easy, sometimes to cheer someone up or to make them sad with you, you’ll have to play a song. So I’m gonna list some songs and tell you what I think they will make you feel.#different

Comment your favorite song;)

If you close your eyes and listen to it with headphones, it’s hard not to imagine being at a beautiful lake in the Tetons.
This song makes you feel like life is flying by way faster then it should
Makes you feel like you have the warmest socks on and your looking in to a fireplace with a glass of wine in hand.
Easily saddest song I know, if you look up the meaning of the song and take a good listen… It’s alright to shed some tears.
A song that lifts you out of whatever chair or bed you’ve been laying in for hours on end.
This song is the excuse to stay up past curfew
This song sounds kind of like a lucid dream
Best outro ever, one of few songs that can make you hear colors.

If you listen to all the songs in a row sorry for all the random mood swings.

Lines from the wall

I decided for my bricks post I was going to share some lines from my favorite album the wall!

“Don’t be surprised when a crack in the ice
Appears under your feet” -The thin ice

“Mama’s gonna put all of her fears into you” -Mother

“Day after day, love turns grey Like the skin of a dying man”-goodbye blue sky

“I don’t need no arms around me
And I don’t need no drugs to calm me” -another brick part 3

“Hey you, would you help me to carry the stone?
Open your heart, I’m coming home”-hey you

“I’ve got the obligatory Hendrix perm
And the inevitable pinhole burns”- nobody home

“You are only coming through in waves
Your lips move but I can’t hear what you’re saying” -comfortably numb

“If you wanna find out what’s behind these cold eyes
You’ll just have to claw your way through this disguise”-in the flesh

“Feel the bile rising from your guilty past” -run like hell

“Some stagger and fall, after all it’s not easy
Banging your heart against some mad bugger’s wall”-outside the wall

Dairy grains

I found a good way to describe relationships…

Imagine trying to soften your cold butter from the fridge in the microwave for your morning toast.

Now imagine softening the butter by only using high on your microwave. (In case you didn’t know it’s really hard to soften butter this way.)

Now if you put the butter in the microwave for too little it will still be cold and will taste like crap on your toast. This can be thought of not giving enough love to your significant other.

And on the other hand if you were to keep that butter in the microwave for even a couple seconds… the butter melts and gets everywhere. This is like giving too much love and being clingy, not always good on toast but possible I guess.

But what your looking for is those few seconds in between cold butter and melted butter for the perfect creamy soft butter that just spreads amazingly on your toast. This is like giving your significant other the right amount of love and the right amount of space to get the perfect relationship.

Now every butter and microwave is different, your butter might be colder then the butter in my fridge or maybe you keep your butter in the freezer, or out on the table, or I have a sh*tty microwave, basically making the perfect toast and the perfect relationship is hard and takes trial and error. And this is excluding how long the toast should be in the microwave.