An Honest Love Letter To My One True Love, My Bed
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An Honest Love Letter To My One True Love, My Bed

I wrote a letter to my truest love.

Thauani Oliveira

I wish I could spend my entire day tangled up in your comfort. You provide me with a safe place I never want to leave. Your warmth and ability to comfort me are irreplaceable.

You give me a place to lie my head when I’m overwhelmed. You give me a place to dream. I could spend forever in your presence. I look forward to coming home to you every day.

You bring me happiness on my darkest days. I could spend hours upon hours wrapped up with you. Whether it’s hours of watching conspiracy theories or watching the first season of "Riverdale" in one night, you are always there.

I sincerely apologize for all the times I’ve taken you for granted. I also apologize for the sleepless nights and the tossing and turning. You know how sensitive I am to caffeine and how a drop of coffee will have me awake for hours.

Thank you for being there for me through hours and hours of endlessly studying. Studying in your presence can be either the biggest distraction or comfort through all the work. You were there for me while I was still trying to figure out my path in college. I wouldn't be graduating soon without you. I am better because of you.

Thank you for not being judgemental when I decide to take 6-hour midday naps. You know how necessary a siesta is sometimes. I get so frustrated when you cause me to be late but in reality, it’s not your fault.

I’m especially thankful for the nights you comfort me when I’ve had one too many wine glasses, or the mornings when I feel the repercussions of having way too much fun. Without you, I would go insane.

When I say I know you’ll be in my life forever, I mean it. You are the greatest. You keep me going. The love I have you is the greatest.

Thank you endlessly.

I love you, my queen-sized bed.


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