Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.
I was watching one of my favorite romantic drama movies the other night, Pride and Prejudice, and I couldn’t help but sigh at the end of this movie.
I’ve seen it a hundred times, yet it never gets old. Elizabeth, one of the main characters In the story Is sort of seen as the spinster sister who reads all the time, and will read away her chance at a marriage or family of her own. circumstances happen and In comes “The One.”
Although I do believe that people are fake, and their seems to be no real romance in the world, I do believe that there is that “Someone” for you.
In Sex and the City, one of my favorite TV Shows of all time, I love how Carrie was looking for “The One.” She didn’t need a declaration, or a huge romantic gesture (although she did get one, and It was fabulous!) she just need Mr. Big to tell her she was “It” for him.
I feel the same way.
Simple gestures, a smile or text, a random outing is good enough for me.