Going the distance…

Having a long distance relationship can sometimes be tricky. With so much always developing in everyday life it’s hard to keep up with it yourself, never mind trying to relay it to someone else, in a bid to keep them constantly updated too. It’s hard, but not impossible.

Sometimes it might feel like you’re exhausted of the distance, and all you want is to get that last train to see the person you’ve been killing yourself missing. It’s getting past that, when you will find that really, it might be quite a nice thing to wait a little bit longer.

I’ve found that missing each other, while it can be hard, it does pay off. When you go to see each other for the first time in a week or two weeks or even more, and it feels like Christmas! You’ve got butterflies in your stomach, and it feels pretty damn good, when you get to see their face.

I guess, what I’m trying to say is that if you’re feeling a little bit downtrodden because you’re missing someone a little too much, just remember how worth it, it can be. To see each other, and to really absorb the time you spend together. To see them, and not be engrossed in technology, to go out for dinner or to sit back and relax and really appreciate their presence. I know it helps me to think of that. To think of how nice it will be when I do get to see him, and to spend time just having fun and not taking each other for granted.

Just a thought.

Love,

Thirsty For Thought.

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7 thoughts on “Going the distance…

  1. Tea Is For Tina

    I am lucky enough to live with my boyfriend after years of slightly long distance. I love living with him, but did love that holiday kind of feeling when we saw each other only on weekends, etc. Like you said, it’s worth the wait!

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