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Recently, someone told me that they didn’t believe there was one person out there for everyone, that you picked someone and you stuck with them. Romantic isn’t. They’re married too. But whatever floats their boat, I’m not hatin,
I just don’t think I can agree. But it made me wonder… is that what Joshua and I are doing? No. I used to maybe not believe in soul mates, but I used to have blue hair too…things change. I knew God had someone out there for me, but I never knew how wonderful it could be. I read this book called the 5 love languages, and in it, it talks about the 2 year marker. After 2 years with someone, those initial “in love” feelings wear off, and you get to the real stuff, it’s harder. That’s why a lot of marriages fail early on. I’ve kept this in my head, I know I don’t live in a Disney movie. But at the same time, I look at my grandparents, 2 people that have been together for 55 years and still don’t like to spend a day apart. And I pray that that’s what Josh and I have. He is my best friend, and so far, almost two years, actually we passed that marker if you count all of our dating, and I feel more in love and more real about him than ever. Whose to say it won’t change? I don’t know, but it doesn’t have to. 

Also, I realized we never take pictures when we’re together! This is from December cause we haven’t taken any since then. He likes this fact cause he says it means we’re in the moment then. I just hate taking pictures of myself lol.

Recently, someone told me that they didn’t believe there was one person out there for everyone, that you picked someone and you stuck with them. Romantic isn’t. They’re married too. But whatever floats their boat, I’m not hatin,
I just don’t think I can agree. But it made me wonder… is that what Joshua and I are doing? No. I used to maybe not believe in soul mates, but I used to have blue hair too…things change. I knew God had someone out there for me, but I never knew how wonderful it could be. I read this book called the 5 love languages, and in it, it talks about the 2 year marker. After 2 years with someone, those initial “in love” feelings wear off, and you get to the real stuff, it’s harder. That’s why a lot of marriages fail early on. I’ve kept this in my head, I know I don’t live in a Disney movie. But at the same time, I look at my grandparents, 2 people that have been together for 55 years and still don’t like to spend a day apart. And I pray that that’s what Josh and I have. He is my best friend, and so far, almost two years, actually we passed that marker if you count all of our dating, and I feel more in love and more real about him than ever. Whose to say it won’t change? I don’t know, but it doesn’t have to.

Also, I realized we never take pictures when we’re together! This is from December cause we haven’t taken any since then. He likes this fact cause he says it means we’re in the moment then. I just hate taking pictures of myself lol.

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