I exist in two places, here and wherever you are.
Distance gives us a reason to love harder. I met my husband last week for 16 days after 6 months of being apart and realized that loving someone you don’t see everyday is not a bad thing. It’s just a proof that love is not in sight but in the heart. What people might not realized is that we’ve been together for as long as I could ever imagine since 2012. Being apart is very hard for us, but I pray that everything will go smoothly from here on out.
When two hearts are meant for each other, I believe that no distance is too far, no time is too long and no other love can break them apart. The world is actually much smaller now that we thought about it. The first night after the separation of not having him by my side was the worst feeling, and not surprisingly I know he feels the same way too.
Honestly, I think we’ve grown into two very different but similar people now, but that does not change who we are. If not, our love got much stronger and I feel complete when I’m with him even for a short while.
The trip was nothing that I imagined it to be, it was so much better than expected and I am so proud of him for what he’s achieved in his life. And the best thing is, I watched him. I watched him struggled, I watched him having his sleepless nights working towards his goals, he never gave up even once. I watched him since 2012 up til 2018, he grew so much and as a wife, the best thing you’d wanna have in your relationship is growing old together with your partner, and this means the world to me seeing him being strong for the both of us halfway across the world.
I could talk for ages on how I felt but lets not share everything just yet. But as far as the world should know is, I got lucky that I married my best friend, that we’ve grown together over time and that we were so close to begin with. This made distance between us harder but at the same time, hopefully worth it.
Sayang, if you’re reading this, I love you.
I love you with all my heart.