Our Father, who art in heaven… Give us this day our daily bread…
Tell me about hot Italian women
Russian men are awkward.
You should have been in Rome
Not a single hot italian woman…
It is raining in Barcelona now
If you come, you will get wet…
I don’t need rain to get wet.
I need a man for that.
Or my own thoughts about him….
Do you think you would be able to tell me about it this evening on Skype?
it would be so sweet
I will be at the airport and it might be possible
or on plane back home and it will be not possible
it would be wonderful to think about both us flying away
to meet up on the same spot on earth
to put on red dress and then to take it off
Good name for airline…
impossible to Skype tonight
I will be flying with DESIRED tonight
Have a wet night…
Me: No response please. I will read tonight and reply tomorrow.
I feel like I am stealing too much of your time.
Him: You are not taking my time. I am just using it to get to know you. Since you are a treasure it is time well invested I think. If I ever change my mind you will be the second one to know.
I know THAT day will come, but it made my today, so who cares 🙂 Cheers!
I really miss handwritten letters. With dancing letters, few corrections, lines going up or down. Love letters with a modest splash of the favorite perfume, that hopefully awakens memories of the receiver…
How to say good-bye to someone, if you don’t know the address to give to snail for your handwritten letter delivery? How do sayonara letters look like? How do bye-bye letters sound? How these letters are read – silently or out loud? Once or many times? Secretly or to the audience as well? What do these letters raise – anger, relief, need for revenge, satisfaction or tranquility?
Is it necessary to say good bye, if you had sizzling online romance and the things turned out to be a fizzle offline? If you don’t care, you just turn around and walk away silently (or loudly?).
It’s fair to say good-bye, I need that to move forward . It’s polite, it’s honest, it’s rewarding. But at the same time there is something very selfish in writing goodbye letters. They keep you fucking firmly from going back… Last week I was struggling with contradictory feelings writing two letters and my friend dropped me a line full of his wisdom:Regarding farewell letters, I think you just send one when you (consciously or unconsciously ) do not want the story to finish… it is the last try to make the others realize what the great person they will be missing…
I can’t live in the past, I choose to live in the future. Present is perfect for saying bye. It’s not easy at all. I always try to remember sincere and warm moments, mention good things I loved about the other person, and honestly wish good luck – why not? Does it look like I am clingy? No. I just know it’s better for myself than throwing knives or being angry.
“Love me or hate me, both are in my favor…If you love me, I’ll always be in your heart…If you hate me, I’ll always be in your mind.” William Shakespeare
If you love and you are loved, you stay, if don’t – you write a nice goodbye letter and walk away with peaceful and open mind. You need to get your heart and your mind back. Always after.
No regrets, just thankful for this life lesson and ready for another one…
Do you write farewell letters or do you receive them? What was the best one? Please share!
You should write farewell letters , even if sometimes they arrive too late or never, because you can learn you were his last woman…