I need to tell you something…. I don’t really know how to say this, so I’m just going to say it. I’ve liked you for a long time. Really, since the day I met you. Nine months went by before I got to see you again, but during that time you never left my mind. Before you left for your new job, we got a chance to hang out. It was the day we had lunch, shared a car ride, and spent the afternoon at the carshow. And it was on that day the crush I have today truly began. Because on that day I got to talk with you, listen to you, bond with you, and it reassured me of those feelings I had developed nine months earlier. I walked away that night thinking about how I discovered what a sweetheart you are. But I also walked away upset with myself for not asking you out when you served it up for me. It bothered me so much that the next day I asked a friend for your phone number so I could text you and just put it out there and ask. And the word you used when you responded, “Definitely”, I’ll always remember. I do apologize for having to ask through text and not in person, but ultimately that text is what led us here tonight, with your hands in mine.
All I would like to ask for is an opportunity to get to know you better, spend some time with you, and to take you out. I know your schedule is unconventional and my Friday, Saturday might be your Tuesday, Wednesday but I’m flexible, and if you’re willing, let me know when you’re in town and we can do something fun, like we did tonight. I’m sorry to kind of drop this on you like this, but it’s something I’ve kept inside for a long time and I felt it’s time I finally told you.
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Oh my good God that is the sweetest thing I have ever read. She is going to melt. Don't listen to people telling you to cut it, if you spend the rest of your life with her, she'll remember each word and tell your children and grandchildren.
She may interrupt you to kiss you and that is the only interruption/cut down acceptable. And that will be your sweetest kiss ever. Best of luck!
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