Mars & Deborah 3:
As Deborah went to the departure hall to fly out of Adelaide I knew that the next few months were going to drag on slowly and that I would miss her like crazy. I just didnt want her to go but that was the reality of the situation. When she got back...
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She's From:   Australia
He's From:     Canada

After all the waiting and the frantic saving of money and manic re-organising of my life, the day finally came when I boarded the plane for Canada.

 

I was nervous as hell and although I ate on the plane, everything tasted bland and awful.

After all the waiting and the frantic saving of money and manic re-organising of my life, the day finally came when I boarded the plane for Canada. I was nervous as hell and although I ate on the plane, everything tasted bland and awful.

Finally, after nearly a whole day of travelling and 3 different time zones, the plane landed at Calgary airport. It was a small commuter flight and we disembarked on the runway and walked into the airport proper.

 

 



   

 

 
       
 

There was hardly anyone around at the end of the terminal I found myself in. I was looking around at the people, but I couldn't see anyone who even remotely looked like my Bikini Boy. But I wasn't surprised, because every photo he sent me looked different from the previous one. So I decided he would have to find me.

I was looking around and noticed man staring at me. I looked at him and past him dismissing him as being my cyberlove. But he was staring at me and when I finally locked eyes with him, he smiled and I thought "Ohmigod, it's him!" I smiled back and he approached me. He said, "Hello, Kitten" in that beautiful deep French Canadian accent of his and I exhaled the nervous breath I didn't know I'd been holding.

We hugged and I kissed him on the cheek. I was so relieved to finally see him. We didn't get passionate at all because he told me later, I looked scared to death and he didn't want to frighten me further *lol*. We waited for what seemed like ages before my bags came on the carousel and in the meantime we chatted about my flight and other trivial things. I relaxed and within 20 mins we were teasing each other and laughing like we'd known each other for ever. I felt very comfortable with him. We searched for the car (because he'd forgotten where he parked it!) and when we finally found it, he stowed my bags in the back.

We got into the car and looked at each other. I smiled at him and he leaned over and softly kissed me on the mouth *sigh*. It was wonderful. I kissed him back and before I knew it, we were kissing madly. He pulled away and winked at me then started the car. We drove off, and I started talking to cover my nervousness. It had been a long time since a man had kissed me and I wasn't sure if I'd done it right!.

From that day on, everything was wonderful. I stayed with him and we went everywhere. Alongside me, he became a tourist in his own town and he saw things he'd never seen before. It was stampede and the city was buzzing. We ate out almost every meal and went out every day and slept in until lunch time. And the best part was, we made incredible love with each other constantly. I'd never felt that with anyone the way I did with him.

Leaving him 3 and a half weeks later was the hardest thing I ever had to do. We didn't talk about the future, because he seemed a little reluctant and I didn't want to spoil what we had together. But I decided to give him a chance to miss me and now that I'm home, he definitely does! We talked about our future a little and I told him I wanted to come to Calgary because I knew he didn't want to come to Sydney. So now, I'm making application to the Canadian government to go there. Saving the fees will be the hardest part for me because the waiting is awful. But I know that in less than a year's time, I will be with my Canadian love and the life I've been waiting for all my life will begin in earnest.

Anyway, with a little patience and a lot of luck and some very frantic saving *lol*, I'll be over there before I know it and this waiting will seem like a distant dream. Then I won't have to feel lonely every night like I do now.

I'll keep you posted. 

"Hermit Girl"

>> Continued in Part Three