Eyes Matter – Matthew 6:22; Psalm 119:18; Luke 4:18-19 #GodIsLove #Faith #Hope #Love

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I’ve been watching you
For some time
Can’t stop staring
At those oceans eyes
Burning cities
And napalm skies
Fifteen flares inside those ocean eyes
Your ocean eyes
No fair
You really know how to make me cry
When you gimme those ocean eyes
I’m scared
I’ve never fallen from quite this high
Falling into your ocean eyes
Those ocean eyes
No fair
You really know how to make me cry
When you gimme those ocean eyes
I’m scared
I’ve never fallen from quite this high
Falling into your ocean eyes
Those ocean eyes
I’ve been walking through
A world gone blind
Can’t stop thinking of your diamond mind
Careful creature
Made friends with time
He left her lonely with a diamond mind
And those ocean eyes
No fair
You really know how to make me cry
When you gimme those ocean eyes
I’m scared
I’ve never fallen from quite this high
Falling into your ocean eyes
Those ocean eyes
(Billie Eilish)
I’ve been thinking about my college days at The Ohio State University alot more recently. (I wrote about one of my college experiences in the post titled: When Love Is A Choice). If you’re around my age (30+), you may remember the song “Fatty Girl.” Well, the group of guys that I befriended during my second or third year of college nicknamed me “Fatty Girl” – for obvious reasons, lol. I remember we would all go as a group to Mirror Lake Cafe (usually, I was the only woman), and we would catch lunch or dinner. They would all walk behind me so they could look at my fatty, lol. And I would let them. These same group of guys would also come to visit me and my college suitemates in our suite (Morill Tower), and me and my college suitemates would all come out to the foyer of our suite and entertain them, lol. Those were the days! There was one guy in particular that I had a crush on (that was apart of this group). His name was Eddie. He was from Macon, Georgia. He would spend time with me quietly. He would come to my dorm room, and we would chat, talk about college life, and our future. He would always sit on my bed, and just stare into my eyes for what seemed like an eternity. Ocean eyes. He valued me for me; for my uniqueness, for my intelligence, for my personality, for my class. I was more than just a body. He eventually left Ohio State after the first or second semester (for reasons I won’t disclose), and I missed him dearly when he left…❤️