I’m sad right now, and I will be for a while, because life without you is decidedly dimmer. The world is less bright without you in it. But I know that you would want me to be happy. Whenever I would cry, you would always come over and lick the tears off of my face. If anyone showed signs of being even a little bit sad, you’d come rushing over to shower them in puppy love. It always worked, of course. After all, how could anyone be sad with the most adorable, happy doggie in the world showering them in love?
I haven’t written a post in a while, as I am in the middle of writing a novel that must be finished by December. However, I have been working on this apostrophe for a while now, and I figured that it’s time to post it. I know it’s past our anniversary now, but I’d still like to think of it as a gift from me to my boyfriend Brad as a way to say, “Happy anniversary!”
I still love thinking back to the night that I met you. I won’t go through the story, though, because you know how it goes. I am so glad I found the courage to sit down and talk to you that night on break during work. As time went on, the more I talked to you and got to know you, the more I grew to like you as more than a friend, even though I didn’t let myself realize it at first. I was charmed when you would walk me to my car after work at night, and overall you always seemed to have a form of kindness and gentlemanliness that I feel much of the world seems to have lost these days. Yes, we were just friends at first, but eventually, our friendship bloomed into a wonderful dating relationship. I think part of the reason we work so well together is because of the great friendship we formed. Obviously, the other, and main, reason is the faith that we both share, and I am being completely honest here when I say that at first, I thought you were too good to be true. But you’re not. Continue reading