Friday, December 9, 2011

Burger King.

Have been spending some quality time with my B, and getting to know both sides of our families makes me feel like home and love him even more. I love being with him. He makes me feel safe and loved. He makes my heart stops a beat, ordinarily . . . he is my personal ecstasy. I love his sweet and tender care, not only for me, but for his family as well. He is surely one of a kind. That's what makes me love him, he isn't trying to be someone else to impress me, he is being himself.

Most importantly, I truly love him because he loves Him. In my opinion, a strong foundation of a relationship comes from how deep your relationship with God is. My B makes me even closer with our Lord, and I am very thankful to the Lord that He gave me such a great person to be with. God's precious gift, he is.

The fact that we wouldn't see each other as often as we would, doesn't make me worried or even . . . scared, perhaps. But surely the opposite. I am incredibly grateful to the Lord, that by this, I could have a more intimate relationship with the Lord by having stronger prayers to be lifted high. Prayers of health, safety, and of course . . . our future.

I believe that everything has its own process. And I know that everything will be a-okay in the end, we all live happily ever after! By having him flying the craft every now then, throughout the country and some overseas, I need to be patient and keep on praying for him. Constantly. Every single time. Well, I guess that's my process to have the best happy ending ever . . . by being patient, that is.

I am giving all my life to God's precious hands, because I know that this is only the beginning and I'm sure that He will do extremely great things, in the most perfect timing. I am extremely blessed by having B in my life, and I am sure that our Lord will keep on writing my love story better than the fairy-tales.

Well anyways . . . I'm having the best week ever, by far. Mom's birthday dinner at Mulia was one of them as well, reaaaaallly loved the Indian cuisine, as always. Ha, ha.