• We’ll Always Have Today

    by  • July 2, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Gratitude • 0 Comments

    Dear cute guy from the London airport,

    Although we were sitting directly underneath a clock, I’m glad you asked me what time it was because I was way too scared to break the ice with you. Two weeks later I’m still thinking about you… Truth is that I actually spotted you first and snagged a seat nearby cause I thought you were cute, but shhh.

    Man, did we have a lot in common, I wanted to share so many things with you but at the same time I just wanted to enjoy the moment and accept the fact that we probably would never see each other again. As much as I would have loved to exchange contact information and make sure we were able to talk again, there was a part of me holding back. Something about our time together in that airport made me want to store it forever in my memory just the way it was, perfect.

    You don’t know this but you helped me a lot that day. You proved to me that there are still decent guys out there and I’ll always stumble upon them when I least expect it. You helped me to finally close the book and move on from my break up 8 months ago. Also, you made me laugh harder than I have in a long time, you left me with a silly grin for the rest of my trip home, and you added a nice final memory to my 6 months studying abroad that I really believe has changed me into a better person.

    For all this I thank you. And although I’ll never see you again, I couldn’t say it better than you, “We’ll always have today.” Completely true my friend.

    Safe Travels, xx

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