Noah and I (nice ring to it eh?) have been seeing each other for quite a while now. A few moons have passed us by. All's good. But we're still not totally in a typical relationship per se, mainly cos I am not ready and thing's aren't that steady. Both of us have had our shares of traumatic breakups and commitment issues. Boohoohoo huh?
For goodness sake, he is 2 states away! These days, he only comes to this hospital once in 2 weeks! Major bummer.
So the amount of conjugal visits have dropped hella lot. Gah! Complicated much?
So more ways than one, this is yet another 'long-distance relationship' if you had to put a label on it.
Guess what? To make things worse, for the past 2 months he has been flying all around Asia for whatchamacallit - medical conferences and fellowship interviews and blablabla. With the timezone differences and like bad reception (I am looking at you, Nepal!), we don't talk nor skype much. Sometimes, not even for like 3-5 days? *frowns*
Always look at the bright side of things - Low-maintenance, this shows?
There was this one time, right before he boarded the plane back to KL (this was like when we first hooked up), he called.
"Hey, can you come to KLIA and pick me up later?"
"Err... Okay? I guess? Can't you take a cab home?" (Like dude, we weren't even dating yet!)
"But you are the first person I want to see when I land... " (Ladies and gents, yes I am dating a cornball! LOL)
"Okay lah." (I was shocked at his brazen line!)
*toot toot toot FAST FORWARD A FEW HOURS LATER*
After we set off from the carpark, he said, "Why don't we go to your place tonight?" And he held my hand as we drove back to this town I am stuck at now!
[And the rest is CENSORED! LOL]
That's been the way it has been for the past few weeks. How we make the most out of the limited time we share.
Good enough to put a smile on my face :)