the blanket also has a weird smell and if you look closely you notice it's filled with holes and moths
The way I see it, enjoying nostalgia is different from living in the past. I understand a lot of people see their childhood as better because of selective memory, but nostalgia can simply be "an affection for the past."
Also (NOTHING WRONG WITH THIS) but, *John posts dramatized comic about leaving nostalgia behind* *John immediately posts comic about one of the most nostalgic movies in history*
A simple message, but an important one.
this is my screen now, love it
As a "movie person" who can't enjoy anything beyond 1986 or so, I can relate - You can't go "home".
Great one! Very inspiring
Very cool ! thank you
Experience life, it creates more nostalgia.
What was that saying?
The past is a good place to visit, but not a good place to stay.
I don't remember where it's from though.