To Whom It May Concern,
Why must you hate? Warning someone you love about a situation that you find dangerous is loving them, but constantly trashing that situation after you've brought it to their attention and they have honestly addressed it, is hating. So why hate? If you love him so much why don't you want him to be happy? If you truly are concerned he's going to get hurt again, why are you hurting him by constantly talking negatively at him? Do you believe that out there in the world there is a girl who will honestly love him and protect him? So why can't I be her? Because he's 18? Because we're still in college? Because we have only known each other 2 months? Well let me tell you that love does not know age, nor time, nor place. Love is about two people who were destined to find each other. It doesn't care where they are in their lives when they meet, or how long they've lived, or even how long they've known each other. Besides, none of this is any of your business. Who he loves is none of your concern. He's happy. He's smiling. He is safe. He is loved. Walls he put up years ago are coming down and he's learning to trust again. Damage done by others is starting to heal. He's in love. Why are you trying to kill that joy for him?
I in no way have to explain myself to you and you are in no place to judge me or my relationship with him, but here is the truth.
I love him. With all that I am, I truly love him. I wake up each morning and fall asleep each night thinking of him. I can't get enough of him. He is everything to me. You think this won't last? I knew the moment I laid eyes on him that he meant something to me. Almost immediately my heart recognized who he was, my other half. The one God designed with me in mind. Yes we fell in love fast, but it's because we have been looking for each other for a long time and we finally saw what we always wanted. How do you not fall fast when you finally meet the one? You think we're all happy and just so infatuated with new love that we aren't in a real relationship? We have problems. Real problems. Just like the next couple. But we work them out. We deal with each problem so that we never have that issue again. We solve everything and find a compromise. Neither one of us is sacrificing anything. If you actually got to know me you'd see that every issue, every single important moral and value in his life is the exact same in mine. We truly do not have one single difference when it comes to how we life our lives regarding the decisions we make. We have set boundaries in our relationship to not only prevent cheating, but prevent the temptation, the bad situation, and even the way it might look to others. We make time for each other but we always have time with our families and friends. We go to church together every Sunday and we remain second in each other's lives only to God.
What you don't understand is that your disbelief and negativity will do nothing. Nothing you could possibly do or say will effect God's divine plan for our lives. We will be togther next semester while he's away. We will go to North Texas together. We will get married under the stars. We will have beautiful children. We will grow old together.
SO GET USED TO IT.
The future Mrs. Thompson