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Realisation I looked around me, nothing but laughter, nothing but happiness. My eyes scanned over the table, at the people that meant the most to me. My birthday had been the best yet, 'nothing better than being around your friends on your special days' I seem to recall my mother saying. I had received many presents, been hugged by many people, enjoyed the attention, yet there was something; something missing,. As I closed my eyes I tried to grasp what this feeling was. That day was not the only day I had been feeling this, but since everyday I could remember; however, this particular day it was more prevalent than ever before. I was interrupted by my best friend, "Thank you so much for bringing us to this restaurant, I love the food." "It's okay" I replied. Out of the corner of my eye I saw a distinct character approaching me. I was shocked, as this particular person was "unable to attend". ...read more.


Having someone like that for you, made me feel special and that life was worth living. "Amy" a voice called to me from across the table, "Do you remember when we went ice skating last year?" I nodded, and smiled at Tim. He started to recall the story; however throughout the account I could not stop looking at Alexis who was now enjoying the story. It was at this particular moment in time that I felt the strangest. My eyes were fixated on Alexis, and everything just seemed as if things were meant to be and for the first time I forgot about that empty feeling. The setting seemed ideal, everything was faultless, the way he sat, and how he looked intently. I started to notice other features, the way he ate, the way he smiled, the way he just loved being around other people, the way he surprised me and the way he hugged me all suddenly, just felt perfect almost too perfect. ...read more.


I was greeted by the same question by Tina, I whispered back, "not much". I looked at him, knowing that this night would forever be in my mind, the day I realised that Alexis was amazing and that we were more than friends, yet I also realised that he knew what I felt, I felt embarrassed yet I knew that I had fallen for the right person, and to this day I still believe that my life changed that day. As I sit here, recalling the happiest day of my life, the day that I felt true love, the day that my life felt fulfilled, the day my previous feelings fell on its head, the day I fell in love with Alexis. Today, exactly ten years on, on my twenty sixth birthday, all my wishes have come true, all with Alexis. Marrying him was just a way of expressing my love him, and to this day he is still as amazing as he was on my sixteenth birthday. ...read more.

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