Anonymous asked:I play in Windia, and you guys?
We just so happen to play in Khaini. c:
We just so happen to play in Khaini. c:
An anonymous message I received on my main blog. Just something I thought I’d share.
It was exciting and it made me super nervous, too! Hell, even my hands were trembling. But it was also the most amazing thing ever. I swear, it felt like a movie.
Aw, well I hope it works out for you two! ^ - ^; What world do you two play in?
And yes, we met in October for my birthday. Here we are x]
My family’s disapproval toward my long-distance relationship was inevitable. I’d been in a long-distance relationship once before and it was a disaster. The guy met my parents and they ended up really liking him. That is, until he disappeared for many months soon afterward. We found that he was not the guy he said he was, and he had lied about many things. The incident left me scarred for a good while. I promised myself I’d never get into another long-distance relationship.
And yet here I am, one year later, in another long-distance relationship. But I can tell you in all honesty the first time around I was ignorant and quick to accept everything my boyfriend told me. This time, I told myself I’d be different. The result of thorough questioning has brought us to this deeper level of understanding of one another. Believe me, I never intended to fall for a guy I could not touch. But something about Kody kept me hanging on.
We met on an online game called MapleStory two years ago. It’s almost funny to me, but I must mention he was even there through the thick and thin (mostly thick) when I was in my first long-distance relationship. All along, he stood there helping me trying to decode the strange occurrences and stories I’d get from my then-ldr boyfriend. And all along, Kody had feelings for me.
Months after my devastating breakup with my then-ldr boyfriend, Kody finally approached me and asked me if I’d go out with him. When he asked me this, I was rather taken aback, as I wasn’t sure at the time if he meant as a real-life type of relationship or an online one on the game we played together. When I asked him which, he said he would leave it up to me to decide. At this time, still having felt shaken from my last long-distance relationship, I rejected him.
A few months later we began speaking to one another frequently, and I finally caved in. As soon as I heard his voice and saw his perfect smile the first time, I knew something was happening. We spoke everyday, as he would let me into his world more and more with each passing day. I realized then that I liked him and there was nothing I could do to stop these feelings from evading my heart. He asked me to be his girlfriend a second time — this time with the intention of being a real-life, long-distance relationship. I said yes.
Because the past left me overly concerned about what he told me, I unceasingly asked him questions. He gladly answered any question I had and often elaborated. After some time he introduced me to his family and friends. He told me of all his deepest, darkest secrets. He let me into his world. He let me in like no other had ever done before. Perhaps it was then that I began falling for him. Many nights I almost dropped the L bomb on him when saying goodnight. It felt right. He must have felt the same, too, because a few days later he said he loved me.
I knew at that moment I had to tell my parents. I knew it would be hard. And guess what? It was. They verbally slapped me across the face as they told me he would be just like my last long-distance boyfriend. We argued for many moons. And still, almost half a year later my parents look down upon our relationship. Perhaps they don’t see it working out. They’ve only gained a slight amount of trust for him as he came to see me just last October for my birthday. I wish I had said, “See? I wasn’t raped or killed. I told you he was different.” but in the face of authority, I simply couldn’t.
The only change I see is that my parents no longer call Kody a rapist or pedophile. I suppose that’s a start. And yet I can’t help but be bothered sometimes when I have so much to share with them about Kody, but I often hold my tongue. They no longer yell at me and tell me this isn’t a good idea. That is, at least not to my face. I hear from others what they truly think. It still hurts.
But that’s okay, because that doesn’t even compare to how much it would hurt if I lost Kody. He is my world and I love him to pieces. I honestly don’t know where I’d be today if it weren’t for him. Because of him, I am no longer depressed nor taking any anti-depressants. He is the definition of total bliss. I only love him more with each and every day that passes, and I can’t wait for the day when we no longer have to battle against this distance. I realized that when you love someone, you shouldn’t let the disapproval of others be the reason you aren’t with that person you love. If they make you happy, then that’s all that matters.
So I guess my message to all you other long-distance relationships is this: Despite the disapproval you are bound to receive — whether it be from your family, friends, or even strangers — do not let that get in the way of letting you be with who you want to be, especially if that person makes you happy.
Me when I’m not with her.
Happy monthiversary my love. I still remember back to our fist hug, first kiss, and first I love you’s. You mean everything to me Janine and I love you with all my heart. You are my everything. I can’t wait till I get to come see you again. Until I see your perfect smile and gorgeous eyes again. I really can’t wait to kiss your lips once more. Only 51 more days till I have you in my arms again babe.
Five months down. The rest of our lives to go. <3
I love you, Janine.
I agree completely. This is so us. <3
My thoughts exactly.
It’s the little piece of you that I take with me no matter where I go.
In a way it kinda makes me feel like you’re always there with me.