Dear future girlfriend #43
Its been so long since I last wrote to you, but of course you’re always on my mind.
I wish I could just get away; escape the norm, at least for a little while. I want to go somewhere completely foreign; and I want you there with me.
We could hold hands and walk around Central Park together; take a private Gondola ride in Venice together; stare into a clear night sky from the Atacama Desert together; walk the streets of Paris at midnight together; visit the amazing architectural landmarks of Italy together; get lost in New York together; walk the beautiful beaches of Fiji together; live, laugh and fall in love with each other - over and over again.
I’m going to dream about this some more.
Hope you’re getting closer.
I want a date.
The most romantically cliche one possible.
I’d pick her up, knock on her door, nervously introduce myself to her parents and struggle to make conversation while I wait for her to get ready. She’d walk into the room, after what seems an eternity, taking my breath away; her dress, so elegant; her hair, so perfect; and her smile, weakening my knees. I’d stumble over my words, trying my best to describe how gorgeous she looks. I’d make a promise to her dad; back before midnight.
The next couple of hours pass like minutes.
First, a candlelit dinner at a fancy seaside restaurant. With a violinist, of course. Followed by a walk on the beach while the sun makes way for the stars. My hand, so closely interlaced with hers, making us feel larger than the world. Everyone else disappears. And when we stop to gaze at the stars, I’ll be gazing at her, with the breeze trying its best to unperfect her perfect hair.
And then it’s almost midnight; I drive her home, walk her to the door, and give her a kiss on the cheek at exactly 11:59 PM.
Dear future girlfriend #23
I’ve never been an early sleeper, I don’t go to bed unless I’m sleepy… which is usually very late. So I have plenty of boring nights - nights I wish I had you to call on, waking you up at some ridiculous hour just to hear your voice. These letters have been a good distraction, just knowing that you will be reading these someday… it’s almost like you’re already here. Like you exist… even though you’re nothing but a figment of my imagination. For now anyway.
I’m hopeful that my imagination will meet reality one day.
You will meet me.
Dear future girlfriend #22
The morning and the nights are starting to get colder, it’s time to say goodbye to what hopefully was my last summer without you. Winter is on its way and your warmth will be very much appreciated.
Dear future girlfriend #21
A lot of people have given up on love, you know, the true kind. The one that lasts. What we have. It saddens me that so many don’t believe in it, or don’t want to. I am different, I do look at things differently to most people. Sometimes I do live in a fantasy world full of optimism, I prefer it to reality, but true love exists. When I find you, I’d be able to finally prove it.
Dear future girlfriend #14
Forgive me for the lack of letters, I’m just busy trying to find you, that’s all. Shortening the time between now and the future that is you. Trying to bring that day, where the rain disappears with the clouds and everything is perfect in the world, closer. Bad days are going to be so much easier with you and good days are going to be days I’ll never forget.
A little embarrassing, but I literally have a smile on my face writing these, imagining you and I reading them, the smile (I hope) on your face… it makes me happy. I hope I bring as much happiness to your life as you do to mine, as you already do now… I haven’t met you and you’re already making me smile.
I had Tumblr in 2010, 2011 can only get better with you.
I have a good feeling about it.
Mumford & Sons - White Blank Page.
Adam Lambert - If I had you
Kalai - Patience Lies
This movie surprised me. Would have been much better if someone less known than Miley Cyrus played the part of Victoria though. But still, way better than the reviews it got.
Romance. Society. And stuff.
Sure I probably have unrealistic expectations, and I blame movies like The Notebook and A Walk to Remember, but does romance still exist?
I’m talking about real romance, not just a riverside picnic every now and then, but REAL romance. You know, the type where you are so deep in love that you do crazy things to show your affection.
It’s like there is no thrill, or romance, in the chase these days. People are just jumping in bed together before they even know each others names and that, THAT, is how relationships start these days. Can you imagine the stories kids are going to be hearing about how their parents met in the future…
Bring back the ‘good old days’, society was a little less insane back then.