Love Story of a Sailor: Must Read

Read this interesting love story of a fellow sailor. And dive in to the pool of love.

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I thought of sharing our story too after reading so many
beautiful stories.Our story started from the school in 12th class. I joined that school in 12th. We were in the same class but we never ever talked. Its funny but its true that he was my frnd’s bf at that time! School passed. We never talked or met obviously. It all started from Facebook(after 2 yrs of passing school), he msgd me Hi. I replied and we started chatting(we talked for the first time by the way). It felt great chatting with him. We quite liked each other’s company. We shared our past, at that time I came to know that she(my frnd) broke up with him. We started talking frequently.

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After one year we shared our numbers( in b/w we skipped few months without talking as we were busy in our life). It was 13th Oct 2013,
1:40am when I proposed him, yes I proposed him n I can proudly say that. Cant forget that butterflies in my stomach when i was approaching him, i was almost shivering. N he cutely said yes n sent a picture of his hand full of candies. He said- ‘is relationship ko kuch meetha khake start karte hain’ (Let’s start our relationship with something sweet). That was the bestest day of my life. After 3 months of our relationship, on 19th jan 2014, we finally met. His cheecks got pink at that time coz he was blushing like
hell! We shook hands, we touched and felt the warmth of each other for the first time. I seriously skipped a heartbeat. We spent the whole day talking and yes we clicked our first picture together of our relationship! The time passed and we made unforgettable and beautiful memories.  Now we have completed 28 months and in these 28 months we’ve never fought, never argued and never misunderstood! Touchwood!  He never liked the distance b/w us just coz of me as he thought how would I manage to live when he is on board! But today this DISTANCE plays an important role in our relationship that we’ve planned to get inked with the word DISTANCE with an anchor!
Now we have completed 28 months and in these 28 months we’ve never fought, never argued and never misunderstood! Touchwood! He never liked the distance b/w us just coz of me as he thought how would I manage to live when he is on board! But today this DISTANCE plays an important role in our relationship that we’ve planned to get inked with the word DISTANCE with an anchor! ⚓ Baby u are the bestest thing ever happened to me. U made the impossible ‘I am possible’ in my life. u made me real me! N i am proud to be a sailor’s gf, ur gf.I love you to the moon and back babe! happy 28 months

Note: This is a real love story. Just to maintain the anonymous nature of this, we are not disclosing the name of the writer.

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One thought on “Love Story of a Sailor: Must Read

  • June 15, 2016 at 5:18 pm
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    Hey hie…. how m I supposed to share me and my sailor’s stories?

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