Today I was ditsraught over a fight my divorcing parents had had, which i was cought in the middle of. I was venting about it to my boyfriend, and asked if he could just adopt me. He said "I'm sorry babe, I cant do that. But you know what I can do? Marry you." He took the gold ring he always wears off his finger and put it on mine, kissed me gently, and said "Some day, I promise." <3
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September 7, 2012 12:18am EDT
I love you, you're perfect. My mind cannot wrap itself around you, I cannot describe you with words. All I can say is asdfghjkl. You are so amazing, you are cute you are hot you are everything, You make me happy. All I can do is smile when im around you. I just jnbhvcxdxfghm I love you.
One in a Million *Chapter One Hundred & Nineteen; Part One* Amber's POV: ~April; 5 Months~ I sat down on the sofa with Lilli as we watched Disney movies in our lazy clothes. The saying about April showers better ring true, because this rain was crazy. It had rained nonstop for three days here in London. We were used to rain, but come on; this was out of this world. Lilli wanted to paint my toes, so she sat at the other end of the sofa. A green bottle of nail polish sat on the sofa next to her as she used the brush to coat on the color. I prayed my hardest that she would not spill that nail polish on my lovely sofa! She rolled up my grey sweatpants so they rested around my calf muscle. "Could you please stay still, Mommy?" Lilli moaned at me as I fidgeted around on the sofa. I was so uncomfortable, but that's the price I pay for being pregnant. Alice in Wonderland sang through the flat as I spent my first, real girls day with my daughter. "I'm sorry, Lill." I drug out my response; that always annoyed her. "I just can't get comfy!" She plunged the brush back into the bottle and screwed it on tightly. With her arms crossed, she stared at me. I resettled in on the sofa, fixing my clothes and adjusting my position. "Sometimes I wonder about you, Mommy." She sounded like Jess right there and it made me laugh. She finished up my toes so they were now green like the summer's grass. We were about halfway through the movie when Lilli questioned me at an odd time. "Where's Daddy at?" Her eyes never parting from the television. "He's out doing some shopping for me, Lill." I stared at her, letting my hands lay ontop of my baby bump that was covered by a hot pink top. "Why, what's wrong?" I stared her down, trying to pry the answer out of her; she never even look over at me. Format by Sandrasaurus