Sunday, January 15, 2012

New Territory

For those that have read my blog for a while, know that I’ve have my share of dating and relationship experiences. It seems that most of them ended up being very one-sided. Either the guy was more into me and I wasn’t into him so much, but most of the time it was the other way around. I seem to have have the ability to attract perverted and/or commitment phobic men. Or maybe it’s just that I had to kiss a lot of frogs to find my prince. I mention this because my relationship with Matt is unlike most of the others. It’s the first time I’ve been with someone that I like a lot and the feeling is completely reciprocated. Matt wants to spend time with me. He talks about me to his friends. He tells me how happy he is that I’ve come into his life - that I found him. He said that he waited a long time for someone like me. His friends told me last night that he has changed for the better since I came into his life – like he’s a new person in many ways. I’m not sure what to make of all of this. It is a very wonderful feeling and I know that this is still the “honeymoon” stage of our relationship, but I’m thinking that is the way things are supposed to be. Perhaps it is just finally my turn. Sometimes I still wonder if there’s a “catch” in all of this. Is it really ok to find happiness in multiple aspects of my life?


Leann said...

When the stars aline don't question the method :-) I am SO happy that you are happy. I will continue to pray for you and know that God is listening. Blessings.

Jan said...

My first thought was that it is YOUR turn...but wait a minute, maybe it's HIS turn?

Guess it doesn't matter, just hang on and enjoy the ride!

Enjoying the story as it unfolds,


Christina said...

Yes Yes Yes!

Enjoy your bliss.

Andrew Quixote said...

Just keep on doing what you're doing and you will be fine kiddo. He's lucky to have you. I hope he is as good for you and you are for him. You and I have been reading each other for ages every day and things are finally coming together for the both of us like pieces to a jigsaw puzzle.