When he got back, I hinted and he later told
me that I was all he could think about when he was away and on my
birthday, Feb 4th, he told me that he liked me.....and on Feb 14th
Valentines Day, he said he loved me and wanted to be mine so I started
calling him in New York.
Later on in September that year, the tragedy
in NYC struck and I felt like I had a reality check.......I cried all
day at school because I didn't know if him or his twin or family were
okay, and if something had happened, we would have left each other
without a proper goodbye. I rung him and talked to him and asked him if
he was okay and without me realizing it, that phone call made a big
change in our relationship and our future.
January 2002, we started chatting again and
things picked up for us. We were more open with each other and I got to
know him a lot better and I could see the change in him. He told me that
he had never stopped thinking about me and loving me and that he wanted
to spend the rest of his life with me, and I felt the same way. I loved
this guy a lot and no-one could ever understand what I feel for him.
No-one but us. We are so eager to make things work and we've been
together 7 months already and its the best 7 months that I have ever had
with someone. We know each other so well, he's my best friend and my boy
and I love him a lot for who he is. He's coming over to see me next year
in July and from there, we can really see where we're going. The late
night phone calls and hours spent on AOL chatting to him are all worth
it. Listening to him breathe and sleep on the phone is the nicest
feeling that can only be shared between two people. I get so much loving
from him and the only thing that's missing is the physical side of it.
I think long distance relationships can work
if u really want them to, its all about the love and anything can
happen. Best wishes to everyone out there that is in a relationship like