I know I post a lot about this man. If you know the two of us well, you understand why. So truthfully, I’m not sorry that I do.
I get that “sappy posts” can be annoying or cause you to roll your eyes. I understand that they can also lead to false pretenses and paint pictures of perfect lives and relationships, but we all know that those things simply do not exist.
The truth is, we work. We work very well together- that’s undeniable. But what I mean by “we work” is we put IN the work. We work for this. We work really hard for us. Long distance dating has taught me an awful lot for the last 8+ months. Georgia and Michigan aren’t exactly neighbors, and our jobs make it harder in certain moments. Sometimes we will be on the phone and realize we don’t even know what state the other is in a half hour into our conversation.
That being said, our jobs are also what keep us together. And today was a reminder that our jobs are what BROUGHT us together.
This morning, I took a moment and quickly stepped into the classroom where I first met this man a little over 11 months ago. I saw the desk he sat at where he first stood out to me, and today he showed up for me exactly the same as he did during training. We had to tackle our Continuing Qualifications for work today- aka more “assessments.” And thank goodness Jackson is still just as patient with me today as he was those months ago when I felt like the stress was eating me alive. I wouldn’t have made it through training without him. But it’s even better that I get to tackle hardships with him outside of the training center now.
Look. All I’m saying is, I hope you find someone who thinks you’re worth the effort, who is your support system, and who will literally go anywhere in the world with you. Makes life pretty beautiful. ♥️ .
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