What do you think the chances are that we've already met?

  • Little_Spoon

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    Oct 16, 2009 4:28 PM GMT
    I wonder if I've chatted with him, talked to him, or even seen him yet...

    I don't even know what I'm hoping for, but I know I'm expecting it to be great. This, honestly, has to be the first thing I've ever really had expectation with. I want him. Where is he and what do I have to do to find him? Is he reading this? Does he know me? How many will I have to go through until we are together. I want to know him.

    I wish there was a checklist for such things. I wish it was as easy as tracking a day on the calendar. "I'll meet him on this date." I'll even put a sticker in the square, something corny like a heart or a banana.

    I won't consider life to have started until I know I'm working towards him, and not just for myself.

    He will be the first day of my life and I will take my first gasp of air when he completes me.



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    Talk about The One for you. If you believe in such things.
  • silverfox

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    Oct 16, 2009 5:04 PM GMT
    DanielH saidI

    He will be the first day of my life and I will take my first gasp of air when he completes me.





    Well here I go bursting your bubble DanielH....

    I think that line is unhealthy.

    You should not need anyone else to make you breathe. That is a lot of pressure on someone!

    They will head for the hills if you say something like that.
    Don't say it, and more importantly- don't believe it.

    It is great that you are romantic and believe in fate. This is fine. But you are living now.
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    Oct 16, 2009 5:18 PM GMT
    I fear any relationship you go into hoping that it will sort you out is bound to be very stressful.

    I´m already complete and alive. I´m just looking for someone to enjoy being myself with.
  • Little_Spoon

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    Oct 16, 2009 6:48 PM GMT
    silverfox1 said
    DanielH saidI

    He will be the first day of my life and I will take my first gasp of air when he completes me.





    Well here I go bursting your bubble DanielH....

    I think that line is unhealthy.

    You should not need anyone else to make you breathe. That is a lot of pressure on someone!

    They will head for the hills if you say something like that.
    Don't say it, and more importantly- don't believe it.

    It is great that you are romantic and believe in fate. This is fine. But you are living now.


    I can do well all on my own and I have great fun.

    Just compared to sharing it with someone. It makes it seem like a whole new life.
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    Oct 16, 2009 8:38 PM GMT
    DanielH said

    He will be the first day of my life and I will take my first gasp of air when he completes me.



    Reminds me of Charlotte from SATC


    As for the question I hope not, all the ones I've met to date have disappointed....

    I've been saying for the last year I don't believe I will meet him until I'm older, in my late twenties/early thirties maybe. just the way I'm programmed. I don't think I can be in a relationship and have it last. The guys I want to be with right now are few in and far between and most of them think I have potential but am not ready to be the man they are looking right now.

    Maybe they are right who knows..... icon_neutral.gif

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    Oct 16, 2009 8:48 PM GMT
    Hey really cool things you wrote but finding "the one" is not my top priority in life right now. I expect there is that one person that will fit perfectly for me that I will eventually meet but my days routine doesn't go off day dreaming about that. I feel real lucky to have the friends I have in my life currently and I'm pretty excited about all the things I haven't done in life that is waiting for me. Meeting Mr. Right seems complicated to me because I think on a personal level I might try too hard to make some one I meet fit into that desire. I'm just going to let that happen naturally and enjoy the process of meeting new people in general. I guess I'm handing the ball over to some one else with all that and saying it's up to them to convince me they are "the one" instead of dreaming about him. This sounds stupid but I think about getting a dog after I'm done with College more then I think about finding the right guy.
  • Little_Spoon

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    Oct 17, 2009 7:35 AM GMT
    Finding a guy isn't really a priority for me. I'm fine waiting. I'm fine dating.

    I'm just really looking forward to feeling in love and wrote on impulse.
    Which, by the way, I don't mind doing.