Dear My Future

Hi there. My Future Husband I realized something today. I’ve had a zero percent success rate in relationships my whole life. Zero percent. Failed miserably. I start every relationship with hopeful optimism and put my heart into it, but it never works out. Failing and failing again – this thing really kills my self-esteem, you know? Wondering what is wrong with me in this world. Why can’t I find love when all my friends can?

But I know, deep down, it’s just that I haven’t met the right person. I haven’t found you yet. Just thinking about this makes my heart skip a beat. I felt like I was sitting on a roller-coaster – You know the part where the train Meetme slowly goes up and stops for a moment before going fast and twisting? I’m on top right now waiting to meet you so we can live this adventure of a lifetime together. But there are some things I need to talk to you about.

You Got an Imperfect Wife . – My Future Husband

I have to admit: Ironing gives me a lot of stress. I have to organize my entire wardrobe with so many wrinkle free clothes. So please, please understand that doesn’t mean I don’t want to be a helpful wife. I just really hate ironing. This is torture for me. But I love folding clothes! We can make a deal about this, right? And air conditioning. The man-made cold air bothers me. I don’t like it. I hope you don’t completely depend on that stuff. Yes, that’s what I’m used to and I can’t really compromise on that.

Dear My Future Husband: This is What I Have to Tell You

And I found myself growing more and more cynical. When we first met, I might have been a bit distant, always looking for things that could go wrong. Thinking the worst, afraid that you might end up having an affair like my exes. Thoughts of past heartbreak are never far from my mind. Even now, in times of emotional stress, I still have nightmares about my exes sometimes. In reality, we all have moved on , but in my dreams, they keep on betraying me, more and more.

I wanted to thank you in advance for proving me wrong, always being close to me, calling me when you said you would – all the little things you know that mean a lot to me, that I truly believed in you. Thank you for taking my worries away and making me feel safe and happy. Thank you for being my port.

I Don’t Want a Prince Charming . – My Future Husband

It took a long time to learn this stuff. I have an idealistic, if somewhat dim, view of the perfect man. I always try to find it. Then one time, the guy I was dating challenged me for my shortsightedness towards him. I was completely shocked. I, what does that mean? To me, my sarcasm is me being witty and funny. But after I put myself in his shoes and replayed our conversation, I cringed and felt absolutely horrified.

It was a day of contemplation. For the first time, when it comes to judging a relationship, it made me look inside myself. I saw that I wasn’t the perfect match, and it wasn’t just about the sarcasm, which I’d been proud of for a long time. I want us to always be able to talk to each other honestly, and encourage each other to continuously improve on our weaknesses and become better people.

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I’m curious what you look like. I often wonder where we will meet. What’s your name. How do you look In my daydreams, sometimes you are a traveler. Sometimes, a ninja. Another time, a librarian review. I know I’m probably totally off the mark, but I can’t hold back my ridiculous reverie and smile to myself. I think this is just a random thought, not the most important thing.

In the end, I want you to know that I will always be here to help you. This is my promise to you. I can’t wait to meet you and grow old together.

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