To My Future Wife, I Can't Wait To Be With You
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To My Future Wife, I Can't Wait To Be With You

Deciding to be with me for the rest of your life means more to me than you will ever know.

To My Future Wife, I Can't Wait To Be With You

To My Future Wife,

This is extremely hard to write due to the fact I don't know when I'll be married. It may be at the age of 25, or even 38, but all I know is that it will happen someday.

Being with me is not going to be easy, I guarantee it.

I'm annoying, loud, energetic, sarcastic, emotional, and that's just a select few.

I enjoy small compliments such as "You look handsome today" or even "you smell great." I may not come off as liking compliments because i'll give you a weird expression, but deep down inside it will make me feel great about myself. I rarely keep my room clean and I can become extremely lazy with the snap of my fingers. I know this sounds like a lot, but I promise it will be worth it.

When you are having a bad day, I will have no problem cheering you up. I would do whatever it takes for you to be happy. I'll bring you home flowers once a week, I'll give you compliments and kisses over and over again till you yell at me for being repetitive, but most of all I will be the guy who supports you with whatever dreams and goals you would like to achieve.

I want to be the husband you can't get off your mind, and I'll do whatever it takes to make sure I am that person you can depend on and trust no matter how bad things get. I can only hope that one day that we have a daughter who could be half the person you will be to me. I want our kids to be able to look up to us and think "I want to be in a relationship like Mommy and Daddy one day."

I'm not asking for a lot out of you. I don't need dinner when I come home every night. I don't even need the laundry done by a specific time. These are all things I can take care of while you go out on shopping sprees and lunches with your friends.

All I'm looking for is the support and love that I have been imagining throughout my life. I envision waking up next to you every morning smiling, going on romantic getaways, sunrises on the beach, and even some nights alone at our house watching old homemade videos. I want to be able to tell myself that we can work through any problems, no matter how hard it may get.

I dream of having a beautiful family that supports each other no matter how fast the world is moving around us. I know we most likely haven't met yet, and you probably will not get the chance to ever read this, but I know that I'll be here waiting no matter how long it takes. It will be completely worth it, in the end, I don't doubt that for one second.


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