Us to ...
... be friends; first and foremost.
... go on our first date and then call you to tell you that I enjoyed my time with you and that I want to see you again.
... go places, do stuff, and hold hands wherever we go. Well, maybe not but I'm definitely going to walk on the street side of the sidewalk wherever we go no matter what because that is what a gentleman does ... I hope you don't mind.
... make love and you know, there is a difference, when we are really ... you know. We ... yeah, you said it. We could start out with a pillow fight from wrestling to tickling because I like the teasing. At this point it would get hot and heavy. The next thing you know our clothes come off. We caress each other and I take control and ravish the heck out of you. To me sex is a sweet drooling delicious mess but love is a patient soothing relaxer. I promise to allow you to take control too. Okay, we are even. Even is what defines our relationship. At the end ... we cuddle. There is nothing like doing that after our moment in motion, which is still and in silence as our bodies are comfortably warm. Just perfect.
... meet each other's friends and or family so we could spend quality time together and separate and return to each other and after every return it would become so good, so sweet ... every time. Why? I appreciate space and that is one of the key things that should make our relationship work. It better.
... wait for one of us to finally say, "I love you" because we cannot hold it any longer and besides, the moment I saw you, I did. Can you believe that it only took the little things to make that possible? It took appreciation and that takes time. Little steps are all it takes.
... move on to the next chapter in our lives waiting for you to say, "Yes" until "I do". Do not dry your eyes out. Let your tears go free. Let them go as they should because they are tears of joy not pain. If I must, I will ask your parent(s) for your hand in marriage. At the altar during our vows or even if we elope, "Where have you been all my life?"
... make love; our offspring ... love is our child or children. We will challenge our way into having, raising, and teaching our own.
... move on to retirement and live happily until our dying days.
... end this with a closure, "My forever, thank you. Thank you for everything."
... say that this is goodbye.
... be buried together because our love will never end ... our offspring will continue where we left off. "Until death do us part" is not possible because we are together in death and that does not part us.
This is a goodbye ...
love letter collection
6:30 AM EST
Tuesday, January 24, 2012