“I am a lesbian in a very small town in Texas. Today, an older couple saw me holding hands with my girlfriend and stopped to tell us how beautiful we were together. The man said, “Thank you for not being ashamed of who you are and showing that love sees no gender.” His acceptance GMH.”—LGMH.
“One day after a big rain fall I I saw a little girl in her driveway. She was throwing worms into the grass. I asked her what she was doing. She said that she was saving their lives because every creature, no matter how icky, gets a chance at life. Her love for little lives GMH.”—LGMH.
“This morning as I was about to leave for work, my boyfriend danced into the kitchen singing a made up song consisting of only my name, over and over. When he saw me, he turned red and said “Oh, you’re still here”. Sneaking a peak in the daily routine of someone who really loves me GMH.”—LGMH.
Remember in kindergarten, where it would be your first day and you would meet someone new and ten minutes later you would be playing like you were best friends? Because back then, you didn't have to pretend to be anyone but yourself.
I’ve never been called beautiful before. Yesterday, my boyfriend and I celebrated our one year anniversary. With my sweaty and messed up hair, he cupped my face, looked me in the eyes, and whispered, “You’re beautiful”. His love GMH.