Friday, February 11, 2011

Excuse me while I get all mushy

Its funny that I'm posting this right before Valentine's day, but I promise you it is purely coincidental (especially since Vday is all kinds of lamesauce).

Last night after forcing the Mr. out into the cold for work he sent me a text. It wasn't racy, it wasn't all mushy and flowery, but it sent my heart racing. It was the simplest, most loving text I've ever gotten and after reading it several times I felt alll warm and fuzzy and wished he was home.

I thought about it after I reading it several times, isn't Love suppose to be simple? I not talking about relationships, because you can believe what you want but they take work and it can get stressful but in the end shouldn't the Love between two people b e as simple as a possible? When we start complicating a loving relationship with flash and bang it gets so far layered in crap it ceases to exist. I admit my relationship is not the norm (we've been together longer than most, teenage love) but through all the ups and downs I've never lost sight of how much I love him. Even when naysayers would shoot out that cliche "Love is not enough" it was for me. I wouldn't stand for any disrespect from anyone, especially him but when times got hard I knew that as long as we had real unconditional love we would be alright.  So far, so good. 



I don't know why I'm feeling all mushy and what not but I think was only amplified by watching this scene last night: 
skip to 9:24.. 



This  movie will always hold a special place in my life and this song is part of the reason why. 


3 comments:

Smarty P. Jones said...

It's sweet that your hubby can make you feel that way with just a text. But, yea, I hate that movie - with passion. That I can't articulate.

Mommy Lisa said...

Sweet. And you are right. - Love is the easy part, or should be. Its the relationship that is difficult.

The Jaded NYer said...

Awwwww, you wuv your giant!!!!! That's a beautiful thing *makes immature kissy noises*