Saturday, November 7, 2009

Random Ramblings

I was just looking over my blog from these past months and I realized what a LAME-O blogger I have been ever since I moved home. I averaged one lame post a month (if even). When I first moved home, it was hard. I missed Pablo, I missed my easy, awesome job working in a fancy lawyer's office but I loved being back with my family. But not seeing Pablo every day was really hard. I told myself that it was going to go by fast and for the most part, time really has. But it has been hard too. I put on a happy face but in all honesty, cross-continent relationships are not fun.
I got asked the other day by a doubting "supporter" of my engagement if I have had any doubts since being apart from Pablo. The honest truth: not one. If anything it has made us even closer because we have to rely so much on communication and having limited time to say it all. He has been so patient with me and is making so many sacrifices for me. I love him. If you don't believe me, look at my face everyday when we hang up the conversation. I'm giddy like a 12 year old school girl with her first crush.
49 days and counting. I think they will be even longer than the other 8 months that we have been apart. But is he worth the wait? Oh yeah.
So what is my point from all these random ramblings. Well, I may not have been the most happy, excited, separated from my loved one blogger but I promise to try better and look for something to share. Not just for your sakes, but for mine too. So bare with me, soon I will try a little harder and be a little better to find excitement in life!

11 comments:

Katy said...

i couldn't even imagine how difficult a "cross-continental" relationship would be... you're taking Long Distant relationship to a whole new level!!!!

But hang in there, you guys really will be one strong and amazing couple when you're FINALLY hitched up, i just know it!!!

and don't worry about the blog blockage, sometimes you just don't have much to say! it's all good!

Campbell Family said...

I'm so glad you've found Pablo! and I think the next month and a half are going to go SUPER fast for you. I'm proud of you guys and having to go through this. I don't think many people could have done it. :)

Ami Paulsen said...

Oh my cute friend. I'm sad you are sad, but I'm so glad you found your Pablo.
I was never in a cross-continent relationship, but Jacob and I were engaged for 6 months and didn't live in the same town until 3 days before our wedding. I agree that it makes you realize how much you love each other. Though it's been hard, I'm sure it's also been SO good for your relationship. I'm so excited for you to be married!!!!

Merrill Clan said...

What an amazing opportunity for you and your cute fiance. We are so excited for you.

Melissa said...

Becki~I know what you mean about being a lame-blogger. I haven't updated my blog since September. I'm so sorry that you are sad without and Pablo and glad that you guys can still communicate. Also, that you are going through with all of this. I'm so happy for you! Hope things continue to go as well as they can for you.

Kayla said...

I think you're doing awesome too for having to be apart from Pablo for so long! Stay strong sista!!!! :)

Brian and Carly said...

Totally hard. Can't imagine. Sometimes I miss Bri just when he's at work! What a lame-o I am, but yah that the end is near for ya! You two will be a strong amazing couple.

Give us some wedding details/plans! (dress, cake, etc...):)

Tia Saxton said...

Cross country is hard enough! Hang in there!

'T' said...

sooooo close!

Kurt and Kristy said...

I too am SO happy that you have found Pablo! And I never get bored or tired of reading your blog! I love to hear what is going on! I am so excited for you and Im sure the next month will go fast!

Carlos and Janese said...

Hola!!! I couldn't agree with you more, about the cross-continental relationship thing and the fact that it actually does teach you to really communicate! :) (By the way, did you know that in Brazil they consider North and South America the same continent? Carlos always told me it was only a cross-hemisphere relationship haha!) Anyways, you're almost there! And YES it is SOOOOOOO worth the wait!!! I'm happy for you both!