At the time you are too young and there are too many other fish in the sea.In later years you have used them as a bench mark of the minimal level of romance required for potential partners and never quite match it. Our current society has a problem in that a third of all adults are now single - and growing.As I grew older I had it done to me by someone I loved and it broke my heart.
But then,all of us had to go out of town to visit this school.
The three of us (her,our friend,and myself) came back to my hotel later that night to chat more after having a few drinks at the bar.
If you love someone stay with them faithfully appears to be the lesson here. As we grow older we list mentally those we could have been nicer too and I am amazed how many of us confess we could have been nicer people to our lovers.
I am not talking about physical violence though we all accept that it does exist within our society.
She and I can't stop talking the whole night..our friend left back to his room.
I saw her struggling to type on my laptop,she was so cute..somehow I couldn't find myself resisting her..I went over and kissed her.
She's such a hilarious, sarcastic,funny,intelligent,spiritual,amazing..GORGEOUS woman! Nothing happened the first time we met, but then I came back a couple of months later to asia,met my colleagues and her again...
I broke the news about getting engaged,and they were all happy for me including her.
It appears there are a lot of people who have spent years wishing they had married the person of their dreams when they had the chance.
Unfortunately this often tends to be your childhood sweetheart or first love at college.
However all that changed when I met "her" during my business trip to asia a couple of months ago.