Remember To Feel Real

I stood there anticipating his arrival with a smile on my face. He walked toward me with the cutest pink shirt that did well to flatter his gorgeous, soft lips. The first hug felt awkward because I wasn’t entirely sure he wanted a hug, so soon. In the car I could scarcely focus on the lights and sights. His lips were tempting, but his hand intertwined with mine sufficed for a while. We had dinner at The Yardhouse where I amusingly ordered for him. Ah, I like to order for people.

The next day we went to Disneyland. Tiring. But so worth it.

Thanksgiving was rather interesting. We sat outside and star-gazed for a long while. It was fun pointing at stars we could only faintly see. Despite the cold air, he kept me rather warm and content. Dinner was delicious. I hope everyone’s Thanksgiving was nice and well, too.

Friday we spent the time together, doing nothing together. I enjoyed it very much. Elizabeth came over for a little while before we left to drop him off at the airport. A nice, brief goodbye. I liked that best. It was by no means definite.

And life goes on.

10 thoughts on “Remember To Feel Real

  1. Short blog for short visit. Maybe next time I’ll visit for a longer amount of time. Then we can go shopping for pink shirts, or a dress. I think I could wear a dress. Anyway, missed you before I even got on the plane, and hope to see you again.

  2. That sounds like a very sweet evening.

    Your Thanksgiving was better than mine. I spent 48 hours entertaining my insane relatives. Uggh, I was exhausted. Looking up at the heavens sounds oh so much more inviting. I am officially jealous.

  3. Woot-woot! I’m glad you have a great Thanksgiving…! I wanted to go to Six Flags, but we couldn’t go… sad… glad you had the chance to go to Disneyland!

  4. Awww. Really, hearing that you’re clearly very happy with this guy tugs so many of my heartstrings, haha. It makes me miss my ex *sigh* How you talk about this is really…it’s really something. 🙂

  5. awww this reminds me back when I had a long distance describe things so wonderfully. Brings me back in the moment…so sweet.

  6. Nicely written 🙂 Sounds like you had quite a memorable and nice time. And the way you describe it makes it sound so.. serene.

    Anyways, I really appreciate and am thankful for the comment you left me on my raging/ranting entry 🙂 It helped that you were supportive even though you may have had some problems with that entry, thanks.

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