I get it; a 400 lb. chunk of metal under my ass isn’t the sexiest thing, and my anatomy isn’t out of a Playboy magazine. But I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that it’s frustrating sometimes.
“What can I do to make your day better?”
There’s something about this one. Something that seems so right and beautiful. You don’t want to let it go. But you don’t know how to tell him either. Because to tell him would be to go against everything the relationship was founded upon: the mutual understanding that it would end when distance came into play.
You know when they say that some relationships are just meant to teach us a lesson? Maybe we’re one of those.
When we fall in love, we are blinded because we tend to look through every flaw and every mistake of that person. I am at peace because I knew I deserved more.
I relied so heavily on someone else for my happiness that I forgot how much power I had over my own life. I am my own person, I make my happiness, and I decide if I am going to let people ruin that too.
They don’t worry about what people think. They don’t try to keep up appearances or try to please people. They don’t try to get everyone’s attention. They’re happy with a certain group of friends and they will not do things they are not really feeling to fit in – they know how to stand out regardless.
Your relationship is not a joke and it should not be a source of entertainment for the people in your Friends List, unless you let it.
If I’m excited about something, if I accomplish something, I’m going to celebrate. I’m going to toast myself and if you can’t toast with me, no champagne for you.
Our memories already make the future long for the past and our love already puts all other lovers to shame.