Where do I begin with our story? Thinking about it now, would I even be able to call it our story? Yes. Though I haven't met you in person yet, I can guarantee that our paths were meant to cross. Were our fates simply woven together by the universe? I am not certain as to how two complete strangers could make the kind of connection we have made. We decided that meeting first, in person, would define the possibility of even starting a relationship with one another. Believe me, I would have said yes to be yours when we confessed our feelings, but there was this fear in me. A fear that I could never be good enough for you. I had some self-loving I had to take care of first if I was going to love you. I'm doing better now with it, but it cannot break the current distance between us. I cannot physically be with you at this point in my life. Though I would have loved to be the one to hold your hand, be the one you felt comfortable enough with to share about how you're really feeling; to be the one to wipe away your tears and to hold onto you forever. All of the cute scenarios you told me about us potentially being together gave me hope that I would be able to call you mine one day. However, this hope has been slightly damaged knowing the fact that you are currently seeing someone who has the advantage of being in closer proximity to you. I just want you to be happy, even if it cannot be with me. I'm trying to let you go, but not totally. I cannot easily forget you and to be fair, I don't want to. I know we have both fell in love with the idea of each other, and I'm certain that meeting in person would be able to define if this is true. I love you; and that is something I'm certain about. You are constantly on my mind, although I have also decided to move on for the time being. I do want to thank you for continuing to communicate with me. Hearing you tell me, over a phone call, that you didn't want to lose me meant the world to me. I know you care about me, you've told me. I know you love me, you've told me that too. This minor event in our story doesn't have to mean it's completely the end, you've reminded me of that when I brought it up with you. This does not mean that I'm going to wait for you and always be there. I'll know when and if this can't happen, and I'll have to move on. Please don't worry about me.
I am Cat. And before I attempt to tell you the stories of Matt, I think it’s important to tell you where our story begins. Not the individual story of Cat or Matt, but rather how Cat met Matt and the surprising way “our collective” story began.
When she smiles, time stands still. A body of water entirely undisturbed by rain or man, hidden in the depths between euphoria and paradise. Delightfully stagnant, yet unsoiled by darkness. Sunshine radiates through her skin, her eyes streaming with endless life and grace. Her eyelids flitter, your nerves unwillingly stand on end- the moment you realise you are completely powerless.
It was as if lightning struck the sand. It built, the electric current, and it burnt when it touched the ground. There was momentum; it was exciting, but it scorched. This is how we ignited.
When we are young, we all have different ideas about what it'll be like when we grow up and experience love for the first time. For some young people, they imagine it'll be like Disney movies; being swept off their feet like the princesses, being saved by a prince. We may talk to our friends and family about it, our parents may explain that feeling of 'puppy love,' how deep that feeling are like butterflies for the very first time. I remember my own imaginations as a young child. I have always been a bibliophile and because the world scared me, I would read books about the world to try and understand what the future could look like. From what I read, it seemed like being an adult and falling in love could be really beautiful. When I began to fall in love with the idea of love, I began to imagine who would tell me they loved me for the first time. I never expected it to be the person who did.
I've known people who have stayed in a relationship even though they aren't truly happy - most would call that settling.
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Tom and Evelyn's dynamic was multi-faceted. There was the attraction, which she'd feel to the very marrow of her bones every time she'd even think of him. She was the fat kid and he was the candy.
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