101 Reasons Why L-‘s the Greatest
- I trust her.
- I enjoy every minute that I am near her.
- We accept each other without feeling the need to change one another (drastically).
- We confide in each other.
- I am comfortable self-disclosing to her (naughty when you think of the sounds
of the words, doesn’t it?)
- I respect the decisions she’s made in life.
- I can depend on her.
- She understands me. I can, at least, try to understand her.
- We are comfortable with each other – I don’t have to play a role when I’m
around her, but just be myself (much to her annoyance, sometimes…)
- Her youthful eyes with the depth of a woman’s soul has an inexplicable command
over my heart.
- Her touch calms me.
- Her closeness excites me.
- Her smell reminds me of the comfort of home.
- Hearing her voice makes me smile – (that is why, Mom, I leave L-‘s messages
on the answering machine for weeks at a time).
- She is my moral lighthouse.
- I don’t want to share the likeness of our relationship with anyone else.
- I would forsake my own needs if she wouldn’t be mad at me for it.
- I adore her even more because she would be mad at me…
- Be it lottery school, her parents’ store, or waiting at the train station,
I don’t mind the place as long as she’s with me.
- We talk on the phone for hours.
- Our phone conversations end mainly because we’re falling asleep.
- My mom likes her. A lot.
- My daddy thinks she’s a very good, upstanding and filial woman.
- Both my parents are afraid that I’ll screw up and cause her to hate me.
- I love her.
- She cooks.
- She cleans.
- She is clean.
- She’s not reckless.
- But, she’s a klutz.
- She doesn’t abuse the power that she has over me.
- We want each other to succeed in our goals.
- She values The Family.
- She loves her mommy & daddy.
- She understands the importance of good parentage.
- She understands the importance of money.
- She believes education is the solution to poverty.
- She believes in perseverance and hard work.
- She constantly seeks to improve the self.
- She keeps fit.
- I am fascinated by her.
- Her little nap on my chest left an impression on my soul.
- Her brown hands tell a story of hard work and love of family
- The nape of her neck really doesn’t like my stubbly chin.
- The way she runs.
- She is the first woman I met in my age bracket who shops at Ann Taylor.
- She dresses well.
- We both read a lot (when we have the time).
- Her mom makes the best hoagies.
- I love her (Did I say that already?)
- Her dad, like my dad, is scary-looking at first, but turns out to be a pretty
- P-, her older brother, inspired me to be Arnold Schwartzennegar.
- Come to think of it, I like all of her siblings.
- I think she has some pretty neat pets, too.
- Her driving is better than mine.
- She hasn’t complained about my cooking — so far.
- I can feel proud around her without fear of her thinking me arrogant.
- The two of us look great in pictures together.
- She looks better.
- We dominated the world together (much to P- & S-‘s frustration)!
- Should I ever fall, she would be the one to pick up my torch and carry on.
- The joy I feel when she slips her arm around mine.
- Her letters, no matter how short or in what form, have always made my day.
- When she bosses me around, she is both cute and irritating at the same time.
- She falls asleep at bad movies.
- Pepper, her cat, sleeps with no one else in the family except for her.
- Yet, the cat runs away when she sings.
- I feel like a content little hamster when she brushes my back.
- When I seek her advice, it is like I’m conversing with my better self.
- Sometimes I think I’m a pretty lucky guy… and she is a part of the reason.
- I would be so incredibly bummed if she wasn’t in this world with me.
- She meows.
- I like how she stealthily lays down the rules of our relationship within
our normal conversations.
- I still feel giddy days after talking to her.
- (I know I already said this) I love her.
- Anything beautiful or experience wonderful conjures thoughts of L-.
- We would walk in circles just for the sake of walking together.
- The way her voice lingers when she says “Bye”.
- She knows what kind of clothes to buy for me.
- Even during the excitement of our NY adventure, she is mindful enough to
buy a roast duck for her mom simply because her mom likes Beijing-style roast
- She got a nice gift for my mom for her 49th birthday.
- We had every single class together (except for Foreign Languages) during
the 10th grade.
- We ate lunch together everyday that year.
- People thought we were “boyfriend & girlfriend,” but we managed
to fool them to believe we were siblings.
- We still managed to be very thoughtful, mindful and caring towards one another
throughout these years even if our attractions were elsewhere.
- I have more pictures of her in my room than any other girl — the others
being my Mom and goddaughter.
- Both of us cheer one another towards personal achievement.
- We actually enjoy talking about intellectual subjects with one another.
- I am amazed to find how much I love this woman for all these years and only
just begun to realize it.
- We both think of the future (and the other is sure to be in it).
- I want her to be my steady Argentine Tango partner.
- She’s the most bossy shy person I’ve ever met.
- I am sure to grow as a person with her deeper in my life.
- Our personal strengths compliment one another.
- Our personal weaknesses are lessened through the influence of the other.
- There is over 120 pages worth of emails between us from our years in college.
- After all these years, I still feel this profound love for her when I read
the handwritten letters we’ve written each other.
- Though she and I are not perfect persons, a life with her comes pretty close.
- She thinks she needs a class on how to mop the floor and dust a room.
- There are actually this many reasons why she’s great.
- (One more time) I love her.