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I feel love love loved. :) I've been with my Dear for 20 months already and still counting... And I still feel the same whenever I'm with him (and even without him.) The feeling lingers and I'm loving it. :)

And so I leave you with this really inspiring piece. It got me through singlehood... =P

THE ART OF WAITING

Why Wait?

Because although we want to be decisive, we do not want to be impulsive.
Although we want to be swift, we do not want to be hasty.
Although we want to hold on to the one we love, we do not want to lose ourselves in the process.

If we want to run, we must first learn to walk.
If we want to swim, we must first learn to float.
If we want to make love, we must first learn to love.

In the end, it is still best to wait for the one we want rather than settle for the one that is available.
It is still best to wait for the one you love rather than settle for the one who is around.
It is still best to wait for the right person.
Because life is too short to waste on the wrong one.
Because waiting serves a purpose.

Noble and mysterious,you have to know
that flowers do not bloom overnight.
Rome was not built in a day.
A life grows in the womb for nine months.
Great love grows steadily over a lifetime.

Most good things in life take a long time.
And they are all worth waiting for.




CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

arvic said…
awwwwwwwwwww.... HAPPY 20th MONTH DEAR!!...
and happy 87th week.. hehehe..
*mwah* love you!
witsandnuts said…
Good things come to those who wait. Stay happy and in love. =)
Anonymous said…
ang sweet! yes, i agree, some things are simply worth waiting for. i hope you guys have twenty times twenty more! ;-)
Goomba Face said…
Happy Happy CzArvic!
Cza said…
@arvic - awwwwww... mushy :P haha! I love you too!

@witsandnuts - I agree! :D Thanks!

@Rico - Thanks thanks! :D

@gandarynako - Thanks!!! I hope so tooooo. :D

@Goomba Face - Chalamat Yvette! :)
carladoo said…
i though bday ni arvic! mag greet sana ako!! happy monthsary to you both! mwah i miss you!
Cza said…
Hehe.. Thanks sis!
princess_dyanie said…
waaah nilalanggam nako dito haha! :P

yan ata na art kung san ako nag eexcel! ang mag wait! :P

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