• Call me crazy but…

    by  • July 28, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Love - Pure and Simple • 3 Comments

    You could call me crazy. You could call me a dreamer. Or, you could call me a hopeless romantic. I went through a period of time in my life where all the relationships I was surrounded by failed. I was left surviving on this dream that when it was my turn my soulmate would find me. I got so desperate I began searching. That was the crazy part of me. Soon enough with no luck, I stopped. Some time went by and I focused on myself. Who I was? Who I wanted to be? And what I wanted to do? And out of nowhere, YOU showed up. It’s been just short of 4 months now. You make me smile. You make me laugh. When I’m not with you my heart has a hole. I feel like I am missing a part of myself. You complete me. You can call me crazy because 4 months does not seem long enough. Well have you heard of those stories of people who fell in love and got married with only knowing each other for 2 weeks? I have. My great aunt was that story. I’m glad to say they are still together, happy. It’s a rare story. Nowadays it’s even more rare. Now if I told you something you might think of this story different. I’m 17. I will be 18 in October. Go ahead, call me crazy. Tell me that this is not going to work because we are just teenagers. Say anything you want, it doesn’t matter because I’m not going to listen. All that matters is how I feel when I’m with you. And I’m finally happy.

    If someone takes the chance to read this would you please take the time to comment if you are in an relationship like this or tell me your love story. I’d love to hear it.

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    3 Responses to Call me crazy but…

    1. A.L
      July 28, 2011 at 9:20 am

      Don’t let any one tell you that you are crazy. Love doesn’t come with a rule book, therefore, who is to say what is ‘right’ and what is ‘wrong’? Four months isn’t a very long time, but… remember, people who have been together years and years still end up failing, so don’t judge anything based on how long you’ve been together. Four months, four years… it is all just a number.
      And age… I know people who fell for each other when they were 15, and, six years later, they are still together, and still just as crazy in love as they were when they first met.
      Just cherish these feelings that you have now. Don’t ever take them for granted. People may try and convince you that it isn’t ‘real love’, that you are ‘too young’ to be in love, that it ‘hasn’t been long enough for you to know’, but … YOU are the one feeling this, not them, so really they cannot speak for you. Have faith in what you feel.




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    2. Carly
      July 28, 2011 at 3:59 pm

      You have very many valid ponits that I haven’t thought of. You are right about that fact that I am feeling this and to live in the moment and enjoy how I feel now even if one day it won’t work out. Thanks for pointing this out to me and thanks for commenting! -Carly




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    3. Carly
      July 28, 2011 at 8:24 pm

      Thank you for pointing out to me that it is how I feel and that I should cherish the feelings I have for them because you never know what the future might bring! Also I appreciate you taking the time to comment.




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