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A difference a year makes….

I know a lot has happen since my last post that I didn’t get a chance to post about….because well I’ve been busy, and I don’t think about posting to my blog all the time.

Anyways….a year ago today I was introduce to the most wonderful person in the world.  She is so amazingly, wonderful and beautiful and to quote Bruno Mars, “…and I tell her everyday…”  A year ago today has definitely been the best day of my life so far.  It has been such a wonderful year getting to know Laura and I am so excited to spend many more years, learning more about her and experiencing many new firsts together.

I LOVE YOU BABY!! HAPPY “the day we met” :-*

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100 Strong

I am dedicating 100th post to my amazing girlfriend Laura. I can’t imagine life without her. I believe things happen for a reason, and I believe she came into my life at the right time. When I am with her all my troubles seem to dissolve away. One look at a her and her beautiful smile, immediately puts a smile on my face. If I was having a bad day, her smile puts all that to rest. I feel so comfortable around her, I feel like I can talk to her about anything and the best parts is I do and she does the same.

HAPPY 5 MONTHS BABY!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!

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Friggin A…

Friggin A why is it so hard to talk to a pretty girl you want to get to know? Is it the fear of rejection? Perhaps it’s the fear of embarrassment.  Perhaps its a combination of the two.

I just don’t understand why it’s so difficult for me to talk to a girl I find attractive.  For the past couple of weeks I have had my eye on this one girl.  She commutes into the city same time as me.  We take the 7:43.  She usually boards the second to last car and I usually wait for the last car.  I keep playing this scenario in my head where we would meet each other on our walk from the car to the platform, however I keep missing her by the slightest second.

So today, I decided to deviate from my normal routine of waiting for the last car of the train and follow her and wait where she waits.  Of course, my shyness/fear of rejection/fear of embarrassment took over and I failed to say “Hi, good morning.”  So later I decided to take the 6:05 train home, the train she normally takes, but yet again I failed to say anything.

It’s just so frustrating knowing you could be throwing something away by not saying, “Hi.”  I keep telling myself just say, “Hi,” if it blows up then go back to your normal routine and  never see her again, but when the time comes, my heart starts to beat really fast and I get all clammy and cotton mouth and nervous and just stand their, probably looking like an idiot, with the occasionally glances at her and then looking the other way.

ARRRRRGH!! why is this shit so difficult.  Tomorrow will be the day.  I AM GOING TO SAY HI (at the least) 

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