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Saturday, February 27, 2010

I Miss You So Much It Hurts


I watched "Dear John" today with my darling cousin,Alisha. The movie was okay although there were some boring bits. I didn't cry while watching this,I just felt terribly upset for some reason.
In my opinion,this story isreally touching. Be it the book or the movie,I love the plot,the story content. I love the quotes,the letter writing and the relationship between the different characters,especially the one between John Tyree and his Dad. Those small,looking-at-one-another silent parts truly saddens me.
I wish people could fall in love that much,just like how it's shown in the movie. How its writen in the book. Its kinda upsetting to know that there aren't many people falling in love like that anymore.

"It's possible to go on, no matter how impossible it seems, and that in time, the grief . . . lessens. It may not go away completely, but after a while it's not so overwhelming."
— Nicholas Sparks (Dear John)


I'm trying my best to believe in this quote and I'm trying my best to get this inside my head.

8 comments:

  1. I want to see this movie. I really want to see this movie. I didn't realise it was a book, but I shouldn't really be surprised. Its on my new book list. I like that quote too. Hope you are ok, xo.

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  2. I would be truly honored if you gave your poetic advice on my blog of poetry and follow it.

    http://thehumanicana.blogspot.com/

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  4. Awh, "dear John"...I cannot make up mind mind whether to go and watch it or not. I mean, the story is realy sad, isn't it. However, Channing Tattum (or however his surname is spelled) is really the reason I might decide to watch it :) And, yeah, in movies love always seems to be more sacred, more intense, just in general MORE. maybe it's because life doesn't have teary soundtracks, plus all the boring stuff is not edited out. The boring stuff that's usualy not in movies - the everyday life

    ps. ignore the previous comment, haha, I made the most ridiculous spelling mistake in the title of this movie. it was macabre :)))

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  5. Hey Nabilah, award for you at my blog!
    xx,
    ~Abby~

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  6. Thank you, for your kindness.

    That quote is wonderful. We should all do our best to remember that.

    Hope you are well.

    xo

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  7. I still have to see this movie!!!

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  8. thank for your comment:)
    the premiere of this movie in spain will take a while and i can not wait to see it!
    i really like your blog:)
    follow you

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