“The burden of my past was weighing down my shoulders. The burden of the memories was weighing down my heart. Tears dropping down my eyes. And in that moment.. I realized. I can’t get rid of the memories or forget [you]. I still like [you]. I don’t ever want to sever our bonds.”—Kang Baek-Ho (Operation Proposal) ep 13 (via 88liana)
Two knee surgeons at University Hospitals Leuven have discovered a previously unknown ligament in the human knee. This ligament appears to play an important role in patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears.
The human body continues to yield new discoveries. The ligament, which was first postulated by a French surgeon in 1879, could explain why some patients who undergo anterior cruciate ligament repairs continue to experience symptoms of their knee “giving way.”
Like, you don’t actually love them and you know you don’t, but you know you could. You realise that you could easily fall in love with them. It’s almost like the bud of a flower, ready to blossom but it’s just not quite there yet. And you like them a lot, you really do. You think about them often, but you don’t love them. You could, though. You know you could.”—W.J. (via framesjanco)