Love Letters

Dear future husband, Hey. How are you? I just wanted to write to you to tell you that I am waiting for you. I’m waiting for you because I already love you. I’m waiting for you now and I will continue waiting for you until the day that God chooses to cross our paths. I know that life can be hard and you might be tempted to despair or settle for relationships or situations that will not bring you true happiness or joy. But through all of this I just want you to know that I am also praying for you. Even though we may not have met yet, you are not alone in this. I know how you feel. I know how easy it seems to just hook up with someone or use someone to fill in the loneliness that you feel in your heart. I know how tough it can be to say no to impurity. Just know that every time I...
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Dear Soulmate, I don’t know who you are. I don’t know how you look like. I don’t even know where you are. Or do I already know you? Or am I still going to meet you? No, nothing I know about you. Yet I already miss you. I am longing for you. I do always think of you. I know that my heart beats for you. I know that we are meant for each other. Sometimes I am getting worried about you. How many heartaches have you been through? Or have u just broken your heart thinking you had finally found me? Have she left you with so much pain? Have she left you after giving all your love and care to her? Do you feel so betrayed, sad, frustrated and depressed? Do you feel like your life has lost its meaning? Do you feel like giving up? Do you feel so alone? how many days have u locked up yourself in...
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I'm writing this letter to help shed some light on relationships and what is regular behaviour in them. I recently met up with several guy friends and we began discussing why one or two of them hadn't managed to find a girlfriend and it ended in my conclusion that they had unrealistic expectations of relationships and women. Just like many men will try to ignore the fact that women poop, so will they believe that there is this perfect woman out there who is everything that they're looking for and why should they settle for less? "But who is perfect?" I would tell them and "if you're not perfect is it fair to expect them to be?". We began to discuss the areas of relationships that they did and didn't like and I found they had quite clear misconceptions of what was good or bad. To...
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Dear fay, It's been more than 2 decades, as if just happen yesterday. I can still hear how you call my name. With the masculine caring tone ,, the way you treat me, the way you took care of me ,, your aroma, smiling face ,, the warmth of your body ,, I won't be able to forget them, I shouldn't and I don't want to. I misses someone treat me the way you do ,, however ,, it won't happen again (hopefully yet) ,, I wonder how is it our life going to be if we ever together? Do we really hurting our parent as we did worry about? Do we really tarnish our community? What about our faith? Well ,, all those questions ,, Lately I'm restless ,, my soul seems keep searching ,, and few times without I even realized, tears falling. I wonder why ,, It drew me back many years ago, early 2000,...
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Hello, darling, They tried to keep us apart, but true love can never be separated for long. When I first met you, I was younger and more naive. I figured everything from Taco Bell tasted alike. They were all just variations of the same ingredients. How wrong I was. I tried you on a whim. You didn’t seem like anything special. But you were new, and I was hungry. So I ordered you, oblivious to the delight you would bring to my inexperienced mouth. It was love at first bite. (Pardon the pun, my dear—you have no idea the effect you have on my ability to articulate.) The second your tortilla met my lips, I knew there was no turning back. You had it all! In one compact package, no less. You had the flexibility of a flour tortilla, the firm crunch of a corn tortilla, the freshness of...
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I never imagined you and I, out of all the people in this world, would go through something so devastating as we did. Throughout the years, we created the most beautiful memories. We climbed all the way to the top together, only to slip and fall as soon as we got there. And though I may have contributed to that fall, I tried so hard to hold on to you. My heart shattered into a million pieces. Eventually, I realized I couldn't save us. I couldn't undo what had been done, and I let you go to find your true happiness. All I ever wanted was my own family. Every day, I dreamed of falling in love with a woman, getting married, buying a beautiful home and one day bringing our own little bundle of joy into the world. I guess it goes without saying that you made all of that feel...
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I love looking back at pictures and the memories I have created with my children. It inspires me to continue pushing forward. Even on the days I want to give up. Each photo shows much love from just the few short years they have been in my life. Many of our sweet moments show their very unique personalities, and each picture is a reminder of how my hands and my heart are full with love. As I look at these pictures, so many reflect how my boys will always look at me. I pray that they will see a mother who tried her hardest to always be the best she could be and I pray that I will inspire them as much as they inspire me. It is my job to be the best I can be in creating their foundation of life and its my job to give them the best example I possibly can to mimic. I want them both to always...
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To my single self, From an early age kids are shown and taught that being in a relationship is important to your happiness, whether you watch Sex and the City or simply admire an older sibling who has all the luck with the opposite sex. As a result, I found that I desperately sought approval from others and especially my partners, hoping that this would make me happy. Of course it seems obvious when reading this and for me to look back in hindsight but if I was able to change one thing about my past it would be to have enjoyed being single and experiencing things on my own. It is the majority of young girls' dreams to have a perfect wedding and society is no doubt at fault for instilling this idea from an early age. But you shouldn't spend your life hoping to find your dream...
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Jack. Jill. A red brick house. A happy home. A brave heart. A Valentine's Day tale. Jack had the brave heart to buy a red brick house, water pail in hand. Jack did not fall down and break his crown when Jill went up that blustery hill, all alone. Jack laid back, for Jack was smoother than a fresh jar of Skippy. Jack was bringing sexyback with his water pail. Jill was shiny like a purring pussycat from the Serengeti: clever, curious and very pretty. The wishing well between Jack and Jill was not painted with 50 shades of grey, and yet, their love would not be denied on that starry, starry night. Jack went down on bended knee and swore to be the only man for pretty Jill up on that windswept hill. Jill loved the house that Jack built. Jack's red brick house hosted his festive wedding to...
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An open letter to my understanding partner, After spending 5 years together it is surreal to venture back into the world as a singleton. So many people come out of relationships with bitterness and resentment but we have always been fortunate in that we’ve understood one another and have never wanted to stifle each other. It is surreal not having you as a direct part of my life (for now), especially after being together from such an early age. But if anything the distance makes me look back more fondly of our time together and it is a period of my life that I won’t forget or regret. It is understandable how people become so reliant on one another and it reached a point in my life where I needed to branch out and experience things on my own. It might sound silly but I do believe...
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