Thursday, April 24, 2008

I Dreamed Of YOU

I dreamed of a tall, sensitive guy that would actually talk to me.

I dreamed of someone that would make me laugh, stand up for me, and make me a priority.

I dreamed of someone who was not embarrassed to introduce me to their friends and would take me places.

I dreamed of someone who would hold my hand affectionately in public.

I dreamed of someone that would give me adventure, take me on trips, enjoy spending time outdoors, and would look for fun things to do around town.

I dreamed of someone that would call me during the day just because.

I dreamed of a respectful, compassionate person.

I dreamed of someone that was interested in me and would support anything I did.

I dreamed of someone to carry me through difficult times, walk beside me, behind me, or in front of me when necessary.

I remember describing the perfect man to a friend and after all my criteria was named, that friend said YOU were my perfect man. But, I already knew that.

So, on the eve of our little girl's arrival, you must know that you are all of that and so much more. As I've told you before, my life did not truly begin until I met you and I thank you for saving me.

I dreamed of you and you are mine. I can't wait to start our new life together as parents of a sweet baby girl.


Monica H said...

What a lovely post. I can't wait to read the next one :-)

Monica said...

What Monica H. said.

The Nanny said...

Yep. Ditto both Monicas. Sending you many, many happy thoughts!

Kristi said...

wonderful tribute to your Babe. Thinking of you today!!

girlh said...

tears running down my cheeks!

tomorrow will be a gorgeous day!

can't wait to hear, to see, to know that your happy ending has arrived!


much love headed down to tx!

girlh said...

this happened TODAY! woohooo!
i didn't read my blog roll yesterday as it was my dh's birthday.

oh my! oh my! she's here!

Anonymous said...

Somehow, I missed this one.

I love this because in so many ways, I feel this way about my babe, too, but you said it so eloquently!


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