I have received more love, caring and consideration from you in 12 months than I have from most people that I’ve known my entire life.
Loving you is being 10 years old again, scaling a tree with my eyes bright and skyward, wanting only to get higher and higher, without a thought of how I would get back down.
First and foremost, I want to start off with an apology. Thank you for showing me not only how much you love me, but also how much you appreciate me every single day, from the moment I wake up to the moment I close my eyes.
I am sorry for my faults, my shortcomings and for my insecurities. Thank you for always believing in me, even when I don’t believe in myself.
Each day you answer a question together and by the time those three years are over, you'll have a wonderful time capsule of your early married life.
They say that you should treat others how you wish to be treated, and this is so true in that the very love you have given me is what I have used to love you in return.
Your love—intense, yet playful, innocent and pure—fills me with peace, contentment and tranquility. I can only hope that the love I have for you can give the love that you have given me a smidgen of justice.
I have more hope and expectations for myself now than ever before.
I have always wanted to pave for myself the best life possible, but I am so humbled to have you here—that having you here has made me see beyond myself. I see us spending our lives pushing each other further, neither of us satisfied until the other is ahead.
A letter you mailed to me just 11 days after you sent me that very first text message.