Dear future girlfriend #44
One of the things I look forward to most is the memories we will share. I know our time together is going to be beautiful; and our moments, timeless.
I have had a lot of moments in my life that I look back at and just smile. Ever since I started writing these, I’ve made up moments in my head that don’t exist yet, that aren’t all that clear; but somewhere in the future, I want to look back at moments where I can see us clearly.
Smiling right now.
It’s amazing how even the most insignificant moments have significance with me.
Last night I saw someone I met in London. It brought back memories of a strangely enjoyable day, walking along Oxford Street. It’s really weird, there was not much in it, but I’ll never forget that day and that smile.
“Guess why I smile a lot? Ah, cause it’s worth it!”
Oh look there’s a part two! I demand another.
Dear future girlfriend #40
I often write to you about how happy you’ve made me; but sometimes I wonder if I’m making you happy.
I wonder if, when you’re reading this, tomorrow never came, would you know how much love and care I have for you? If I haven’t made you smile today, I have failed. If I didn’t make you laugh, I have failed. If you cooked me a horrible meal and I didn’t smile and say it was delicious, I have failed. If I didn’t end an argument with “I’m sorry love, you’re right”, I have failed.
Your happiness means the world to me. At the end of every day, I want to know that I have done everything I possibly can to make you happy the way you make me happy.
PS - you’re a great cook.
Dear future girlfriend #39
I love you; I want you; and I need you. But I don’t have you, not yet anyway. But I hold on to the hope that sometime in the future, you’re going to love, want and need me just as much.
When we look back at these letters together, I’m going to know exactly how lucky I am. I hope each one is putting a smile on your face; because at the end, that’s what I do it for.
Dear future girlfriend #29
I love looking up at the sky and knowing that we’re both under the same one; it’s somehow reassuring. I know you’re there, here, somewhere.
And even though I get frustrated that you’re still not with me, that still puts a smile on my face.
Thinking of you.