pretty much the BEST place on the planet. there atleast one park in almost every state. the Java NewYork park is basically the best place on earth. Its not just a campground, its more of a resort vacation spot. At the newyork location, there are chalets(my favorite), cabins, and trailer/rv spots. there is an activity center where fun things go on every day, a ranger station with a conveniance store/gift shop and gameroom. There is a large pond stocked wioth fish, a beach, and an amazing outdoor pool. it is yogi-bear themed, which is sweeeet. alot of people think its stupid when they see the yogi bear part of it, but honestly, its like the disney world effect: it makes u feel happy by seeing things u might of liked when u were little. but its not like corny and dumb. its really subtle. and the campground is beautiful..i love this place sooo much
"have you ever been to yogi bear;s jellystone park"
"*starts to cry*"
"i love that place so much..i wish i lived there"
“I love you.”more...
This is an overused idea in many popular sayings today. It's what starry-eyed lovers whisper as they gaze at an ocean sunset, what 8-year-olds shout to their mothers as they sprint toward the already departing morning bus heading for school, and what teenage lovers tell each other in the heat of the moment. It's supposed to be the deepest level of emotional connection between people, yet society has transformed it into a pop-icon phrase to be screened onto glittery fuchsia tank tops and written inside Hallmark cards with pastel bunnies and butterflies dancing on the cover. The phrase, of course, is “I love you.” Love has become such as complex emotion, to the extent of which we are uncertain what it truly signifies and when it is the “real thing”.
A black and white movie, Titanic, a happily ever after and spontaneous trips to exotic destinations with your significant other, is what love signifies for a large part of the population. Everyone wants to be in love. It’s the way the universe tells us who we belong with forever and ever. Nothing could be more exciting and passionate. Our society considers falling in love to be one of the most, if not the most adventurous endeavor that can be taken on. Falling in love is very much like being faced with crashing waves of emotions and then suddenly discovering that the shore is sometimes rocky.
If a person says that they love you, they mean that they like you for who you are now and they fell in love with y...
When you've been hurt beyond any fathomable measure...when you not only gag at the mention of relationships and Valentine's Day but feel like smacking the idiot who "thinks" they have it...and realizing that love doesn't exist at all.more...
Then in the blink of an eye...in the place you never looked...never expected...and could never really understand even if you wanted to...you didn't find true love...it found you. He/she found you.
And they not only healed your broken soul but created an irreplaceable shield for your heart.
True love is being corny but really meaning it.
True love is knowing your friends will be mad you didn't hang out with them, but knowing it'll all be ok as long as you can be with that person.
True love is realizing they're not perfect--but not settling...appreciating.
True love is giving everything you have, everything you are, and not caring whether or not you get something out of it...but knowing in your heart you will because they feel the same.
True love is finding yourself thinking about the most insignificant thing they said to you today and smiling like there's no tomorrow.
Basically...true love is the action...not just the phrase.
The act of softly hitting closed fists knuckles first, sharing the love between two people via the knuckle punch.
Mat walks into the lounge room and upon seeing Rob exclaims "Knuckle Love!" and rushes over to tap Robs fist.
True Love is Love in its correct sense. The real Love. It cannot be defined, but personified: Love is mutual because it convenes two parts of the same soul; When you truly feel it, you know you had never been bonded so powerfully with anyone before; You worry for your Love over things you would not have otherwise; You give and accept nothing; You rejoice every good thing that happened to him/her so emotionally as if it happened to you; You worry his/her pain as emotionally as if it happened to you; You never envy, you never resent; You submit to him/her more than just your heart; your mind, conscious, conscience, which is why you know, if he/she moves away, no one can bring you back that feeling, no one can take that place in your heart, and that you may smile a million times, but never that way...
Sara, i love you and i dont just say it. My love for you is true love.
It's the kind of love that has no boundries. It's more than unconditional. It's that place between serenity and insanity. It's sacrificing one's own desires for the happiness of the other. It's realizing that she/he is the only person you ever want to wake up next to. It's not really something that can be explained; just felt. To put it another way, the feeling you get when gazing into their beautiful eyes and not just seeing them looking back at you. Rather, you see their soul. You see what can be. You see everything you've ever wanted and more bundled up into this one special person. It's the feeling of wanting to make them happy, even it means that she/he would be happier with someone else. It's the strength needed to give them time to think about what she/he wants and being able to respect their decision. It's a love that never fades.
1. A really great place where someone can make friends and have a really good time.
2. A place where you can be yourself and worship God at the same time.
3. The best place to be during the summer.
Jim: Hey, what are you doing this summer?
John: I'm working up at Camp Tulahead.
Jim: Ah man! I'm so jealous. I love that place!