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Re: as above, breaking my heart

Posted by inimitable on July 25, 2006, at 12:10:14

In reply to Re: as above, breaking my heart » crushedout, posted by madeline on July 24, 2006, at 10:11:44

>It gave (and still does) me a lot of strength. It’s not the “What do you want for breakfast, honey” kind of love, but it is real.

That part, for some reason, made me cry a bit, tear up. well actually i think i know the reason is because i am thinking once again how nice it WOULD be to have my T over here in my apt in the morning, saying "what do you want for breakfast honey?" and i have to cut that thinking out!
my T says i fantasize a lot. and i do, about all things not just this T situation but about what my life will be like in the future, all the things i'll good life WILL be. because even though i don't completely enjoy life right now (i have good moments) i KNOW there is something in the future for me, worth waiting for. maybe it came from my always reading as a teenager, i would read books, and get lost in the character's lives, imagine what they look like, follow their movements...wishing i could be them, and have it easy. anyways i was wondering, do any of you guys fantasize too much? see i usually do it, not really concsiously, like oooopppp, i'm fantasizing! but while i'm thinking about one thing, it'll trail off onto another, and i start thinking about the future eventually, the things i want to do. anyways pardon me for going on and on!!!! hope you are all having a good week so far!





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