Some people believe in it.
People always said,
& still do to this day,
that Scott & I moved too fast.
It’s not just us either,
TONS of people hear it.
Scott & I met,
started dating 3 months later,
moved in 6 months later,
& were engaged during our 7th month of dating.
We had a 2 year engagement,
& have now been married for almost 7 months.
We always got the,
“Don’t you think you’re moving too fast?”
“How do you know you’re even ready for that kind of a commitment?”
“You’re SO young, don’t you want to ‘live a little’ or meet other people?”
People who know me in real life know that I have a real problem with telling people my feelings. Usually when I don’t agree with people, I just smile and nod…
& then being the weirdo that I am, I go home and type up a huge blog post on blogger about it, and post it… or not.
I’m just not a fan of confrontation.
I really just need to learn to say how I feel to the person’s face.
This is something I clearly need to work on.
In the meantime,
I’ll just state how I feel about this here & now.
No I didn’t feel like I was moving too fast.
No, I didn’t think I was too young, and no, I didn’t feel the need to meet other people.
When you find the one, you just know.
I can’t explain it,
but those who have found it know.
is someone that you cannot get enough of,
someone who you can love even when they frustrate you beyond belief,
someone you can love no matter what their nasty habits might be,
someone that you can find sexy even in their ugliest moments.
When I met the one, it was fate.
Something I don’t like to mess with.
I let fate play it’s course,
& now I’m happily married.
We had a bunch of people hating on our relationship.
We had many people ask us those dumb questions,
instead of just being happy for us when we got engaged.
I say, let the hater’s hate.
Now here is my question to all of you,
Has this happened to you before?
If so, what have you said back?
Or do you just shrug it off and not let it bother you?