As the last post says, yes — we are over. The break up happened a while ago, and we’re both moving on. So for me, I’m not leaving the blog for the sake of keeping it for memories, I guess.
Well, I won’t for now. Just because I know that there are good memories I want to remember. And one day, I’ll be able to look back on it and tell someone, “Hey, this is my first relationship. It worked for awhile, but when it needed to end, we did it. I have no regrets, because everything was as it could have been. I loved him. And I’ll love again.”
We did what we could. We did what we wanted, what we hoped. Maybe not everything, but.
Don’t lose hope. If you’re in a long distance relationship, just because ours faded, it doesn’t mean yours will. Do what your heart tells you — do what’s best for YOU.
Best to you all. Thanks for following while we were here.
Goodbye. We’ll be around somewhere. But this blog is over.
Have a nice day.
For the first time in seven months, we went out on a date.
A really nice date.
I took him around the city and we explored and laughed and hugged a lot and cuddled and held hands in public and just asdhgjk;
It feels better now. I want it to be better. I want us to last, I want this to be okay.
“…Now get some sleep, hun.”
(I hate it when people say online relationships arn’t… Real. They are very real, technology has built a bridge to sustain it. To say that something isn’t real when you see their face, their smile and how happy they are. That’s real.)
As Joseph said, it is summer. And here’s a random update from me:
I am still in San Francisco, taking summer classes for General Chemistry, so I won’t be a year behind in my major classes. Unfortunately, that means that I am unable to see him until he comes over sometime in August, before he heads off to college.
Still far off from me, but not as far this time. At least we’re on the same landmass.
We’ve had some difficulties in the past few months, but it’s getting better. And hope is there. We’ll have our time.