And from halfway around the world, he told me he loves me.
"Does the President of the United States not love America?" he asked, to which I reasoned that he wasn’t the executive head of my life. "I guess you could interpret it that way," he conceded. "But I am beyond biased. Out of all the people in this world, there could only be one you, the only person on earth about whom I cannot ascribe a single negative attribute. There are girls in Chicago, tant de filles, but there could never be anyone who talks like you, laughs like you, makes me think like you. I can enumerate all the things that you have taught me for each star in the sky ("Really?" "Well, the afternoon sky," we bantered as was our habit). Right now, if anyone makes me name the most important person in my life, I would name you."
Re: previous post, I actually might just do both. Since I’m living in Seoul, inter-Asia travels are pretty decent through AirAsia, and I budgeted everything and flights will only come out to be $600 total, which the company will pay for. I’ll only have to foot my own bills for food and accommodations and fun sightseeings. Probably won’t be a Hokkaido resort for the onsen though, since that is exorbitantly expensive…. And I’m pretty sure once December rolls around I will be DYING for that tropical heat, honestly. I’ll just stay with my relatives in Osaka like I did last time and see more of the Kansai area.
Real talk, which of these sounds better: Lounging my December away in a Malaysian tropical paradise bungalow with the emerald sea my only horizon, or lounging my December away in a snow-covered Japanese hotspring? Gotta book the tickets soon!