Wednesday, April 11, 2012

A Letter To Her Long Distance Boyfriend

To start off, let me just post to you a wonderful "letter"of a girl to her long distance boyfriend. Credit goes to my friend who currently works as an online writer. Here it goes...


Dear Long Distance Boyfriend,
I know it's getting a little kind of difficult for us to communicate at times because you're getting busy and I'm getting busy, but it's alright. To me, it's alright. I don't mind waiting for your free time because I understand what your work entails, as you're working with people. Since I am dealing with people in my line of work, I totally appreciate the short conversations and small talks we have every time that we get the chance. It's those little things that make me happy. You don't need to be always right by my side to put a smile on my face because the little things you do are enough.
People may think I am a hypocrite in saying that being chosen second to work is fine with me, but it really is. I know you're trying your best to save up for whatever the future will hold (hopefully for us), and I totally understand. I'm not usually a patient person but I am surprised that I can stand waiting for your name to pop up on Yahoo!Messenger so we could chat. My friends used to say that I am a kind of person who is afraid of commitment, that is a fact. Well, I used to, anyway. But as of now, I find myself doing things I said I will never do - like fall for a person who lives miles away from me. I was as surprised as they were when these things started becoming "ok" to me. I never expected this at all.
We've talked it over so many times, that we should trust each other. However, there are times wherein I just can't help myself from being a little jealous of the people - specifically the girls - that you hang out with. You know why I get jealous of them (because I can't be with you all the time, just like they do). But even when my mind seems to play tricks on me the whole time we have started being together, I block them out and listen to what my heart says. And it says, go for it.
I never was the risk taker, I don't know if you know that. I was also the biggest skeptic of long distance relationships. But here I am, and this is where we are - in one. Although I have now taken the risk of being really hurt emotionally, I look at the bright side. Maybe we could work. Maybe we can make this work. I know when we had that chat last night, I sort of lost my cool. I just really missed you. You've tapped the sweet girl inside of me, thats one side of me that no one (except you) has never seen.
I understand you got a little bit sad when I sent you that message saying you took so long. I got your point that maybe this was bugging me already, but it's not. I don't want to give up on this just yet. Not that easily, anyway. Yes, it's surely going to be an uphill battle, but we'll make them see that we can make it to the top. We'll write our own fairytale, with a happy ending that works in real life.
People can say what they want to say about our relationship, I don't care. All I know is that we do care about each other, even when we are currently apart. I hope you can hold on to this. I hope I, myself, can hold on to this. Thank you for the love. You make me happy each day. I loved you then, I just love you more and more each day. I can't say these three words enough. So here's an I LOVE YOU again and again.
Love,
Your Long Distance Girlfriend

P.S. Redeem your power hug and super kiss by carrying this letter when we meet.
P.P.S. I already miss you.

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