Your nose doesn’t belong there.
So I’m at the gym and I have a conversation I’ve has 1,094,820 times before.
Girl: So is he your boyfriend or fiance?
Me: It’s complicated? We’re not engaged but are practically married.
Girl: Oh, so it’s like both
Me: Yeah I guess so. I would have married him 2 weeks after we got together.
Girl: NO, don’t do that.
Me: He’s a sure thing, I’m not worried about it.
Girl: Don’t do it, don’t make that mistake. It’s better you wait.
I hate this conversation. I understand most people have crappy experiences in love but my relationship is mine. I appreciate the thought but the advice isn’t wanted/needed.
Cesar’s a sure thing, we’re meant for each other. True love isn’t common but it does exist.
I wish people could mind their own business.
I tell people: “I knew when I saw Jordan I wanted to date him. After our first conversation alone (that lasted about 8 hours) I knew I wanted to marry him.”
We moved in together after knowing each maybe 2 weeks. We’ve been together over 7 years, married for 5 of those.
Some people know what they want. We wanted each other. We’ve had ups and downs, of course, we’ve grown up together and growing up means changing. Luckily we like the changes in each other. We don’t agree on everything, but if we did we’d never have anything to talk about. “Hey, what’s your thoughts on ____?” “The same as yours, silly.” “Okay.” NO THANKS!
I guess my point is: go with you instincts. I went with mine and I couldn’t be happier.