Time For Some Bliss

My boyfriend is visiting from England tomorrow… bliss.

For 11 days, we do not have to communicate through phone or Internet… bliss.

I get to be back in a functioning relationship for over a week… bliss.

I am able to cook meals for more than one person and I have a guinea pig to taste my food everyday… bliss.

I can be helped with any heavy-loading activities in my house and garden and share sneaky kisses in the sun… bliss.

Scary, ominous looking spiders can be safely disposed of and jar lids can be opened effortlessly without me screaming and swearing at the stubborn cap for not opening … bliss.

We get to go out, socialise, go for walks and do activities like every normal couple who have the luxury of seeing each other whenever they want… bliss.

We can celebrate our 2 year anniversary the way it started on our first date; an ocean hill walk, sipping champagne while watching the sun going down, an Italian meal and then two tumblers of Midleton Very Rare… bliss.

No matter how independent, self-sufficient and individual I may be, it’s always wonderful to see my long distance boyfriend.

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  1. Michaela

    Lovely and sweet!

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