An Open Letter To My Future Husband
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An Open Letter To My Future Husband

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An Open Letter To My Future Husband

Dear Future Soulmate,

For starters, you are a saint for agreeing to spend the rest of your life with me. Honestly, I can't think of one person who can say, "Yes, that girl is sane enough for you to spend the rest of your days with," but you did (assuming I do end up with a husband one day!).

I may not know much about you now, but I know enough about myself to know there's at least a few characteristics you have to have to be considered my husband.

For instance, I love that you help me bring out the very best version of myself. It is because when I am with you I realized why no other relationship worked in the past. People are meant to find other people for a reason, including the ones that don't stay in your life. I'm just here to testify that the not-so-lucky ones who didn't make it to your walk down the isle are just proof that they weren't 100 percent you. It is exhausting and a waste of time to try and be someone else, especially in relationships, and that's why finding someone like you lets me know I can be 100 percent myself, and the best version of myself.

To the next item on the agenda, thank you for agreeing to keep my dog as ours. No, I don't have a dog yet, but yes, I am getting one in the very near future. I simply cannot wait any longer, and I also know that as my husband you will accept the fact that my dog is basically my life and soul and practically my child.

Thank you for still agreeing to marry me even after you saw me become the biggest Bridezilla in the world. Not that I'm saying I'm a mean person, but a girl's wedding is really one of the few things in life she has the right to be a complete monstor about, am I right? Girls start planning this very special day in our lives from the time when we are very young and don't even know that cooties aren't a real thing.

Lastly, thank you for being my support system. As a husband I would naturally expect for you to do things like, but not limited to: telling me my stupid ideas are the most brilliant ideas anyone has ever had, continuing to give me compliments even when I don't agree with them because I'll never see myself the way you do, for saying all the meals that I cooked were good, even the ones that were "new experiments", and finally, when I truly and physically cannot support anything else because the world is just too cruel and stressful, I'm thankful to have you by my side to take over the reins because in the end, life isn't fun when you're going at it alone.


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