Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Day 7 & Day 8

Day 7 - Your Ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush

I had 'boyfriends' (no offence to my previous boyfriends, lol!) before T. I hugged, I kissed and I dated, but none of them ever lasted...until T. (So, yes, I regard my previous relationships before T as puppy love, teenage crushes or infatuation.)

With T, I felt like I was in a REAL relationship. I honestly never planned on falling in love with him. Heck, God knows I never even planned on getting together with him because he isn't my type. To begin with, he is nothing on my check-list, but I fell for him anyway. And I fell hard.

He is not big and fancy on words, and he is not huge with romantic gestures and affection, but it is the little things - the little things I never saw and took for granted - he does for me that takes my breath away. Each time I was crying and in hiding, he found me in a while. He would pull me into an embrace and just stayed with me as I sobbed. He listened to me every single time I rambled, and remembered the things I said. He took notice of my habits and the tiniest knacks I tend to do. He tolerated and handled my emotional mood swings, and he was okay with putting up because he knew my mood swings and I came in a package. He accepted me and my past, he respected me, he was honest with me, he cared for me, he protected me, he listened, he was patient with me, he was there for me all the time, he made attempts to cheer me up, he put up with my constant shenanigans, he created surprises for me and he loved me for me.

I loved him too, more than words could say. He was my everything. And now, when I look back, I am thankful for him, for our entire relationship, for everything.

Day 8 - Your favorite internet friend

I do not have an internet friend, what more to say favorite internet friend? HAHAHAHA. At least I think I do not? When I can think of one, then I shall blog about him/her, but for now, no avail.


  1. He was my everything too. But now, we are strangers, with memories.

    1. I feel you, losing a best friend is worse than losing that BF :(

  2. I totally catch your drift. I used to be so bitter right after the break-up, but now - a year later - I've learnt to be thankful and glad for my previous relationship. I am so much stronger and I've grown to love myself more. It's part and parcel of life, I suppose. Not everyone's meant to stay in our lives so it just means his part in my story is over and I still have so much to look forward to. :)


  4. Hahaha, I don't consider you my internet friend because I've met you in person. And conversed albeit a few words. :P