I was out on a date with, let's call her Suzie, and she's yammering on and on about I don't even know what because I was sitting thinking to myself "I wonder what Shana's doing right now?" Meanwhile, Shana's out on a date with, let's call him Steve, and he's like "Blah blah blah blah blah" and she's sitting there thinking "I wonder what Tony's doing right now?" Moral of the story: Date around first before you get involved in a one-on-one relationship, you don't wanna get stuck with Mr. Blahblahblahblahblah :-) Think of dating as a job interview, you've got to interview a lot of people before you hire the right person for the job.
We are comfortable just hanging out together. We are happier around each other than we are alone. We bring out the better part of each other's nature. I didn't worry that I was "settling" just to have someone in my life. And I know that even if someone who appears to be better in some way than my husband comes along, I will stay true to him and he will do the same for me.
Relationships are a game of give and take, and are very dynamic. There's no set definition for him being "the one" for me... we just started on a date, we've both grown, and we've both grown closer. Over time we've shown we are able to work together, are able to handle the stresses, and both are willing to put an effort into each other. We value each other and we value our relationship, and we both hope that it will continue for a very long time.
Because no matter how much he annoyed me or pissed me off, there is no one else I wanted. Just him. No matter who else presented themselves I couldn't see them like that,like him. I love him. And it doesn't matter if the sexiest man alive came up to me and said wanna go out, I'd say no, I'm taken. Because he has my heart.