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Day 02 - A picture of you and the person you have been close with for awhile.



Well I guess the obvious person is James.

We met in Lithuania in 2007. I was a wanderer trying to cope with trauma of the three years just gone by. He was a wanderer deciding to take the path less travelled through life.
We have always reckoned that we were broken when we met and we built ourselves up again using each other's strengths. Perhaps that is why we are so similar in so many ways.
We moved to Ireland together after only 5 months. In hindsight that was INSANE!
However, it worked and our time in Ireland cemented what could easily have been a holiday fling.
Though I think we both always knew that it was more than that.
Folks, I simply adore him.
I do.
Nearly five years since we met and I still get butterflies when I see him.
I am always accutely aware of when he walks into a room (though that could be a result of him being 6ft 5!).
He means the world to me and every day I thank my lucky stars that our paths so randomly crossed half a decade ago.

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  1. Very sweet post, the greatest of things are created on a whim, go you after 5 months look where it led you guys. x

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