Possibly the One: “So tomorrow are we going to go to the movies?”
Me: “Yeah. I will call you when I get off work.”
Possibly the One: “Okay. Hey, E.B.?!”
Possibly the One: “I love you.”
That is all I could say, was okay. I did love him but I was afraid. I did not want to let him in and I did not want him to think I wanted him more than he wanted me. So I just said okay.
He was the player type and I knew it. He had swag and he was a charmer. Every time I saw him I got weak in my knees; however, I was not going to be like every other girl he dated. I was not going to fall for him easily and I was not going to take his shenanigans. He had a reputation of being a lady’s man. So I just said okay.
The next day we went to the movies and we hung out as usual but slowly the calls stopped. We went from seeing each other multiple times a week, to just once a week, to every now and then until occasionally when we bumped into each other at social events. I wanted him to do more than just say he loved me. I wanted him to show me, so I just said okay.
To this day I wonder if he really did love me? Was he the one? What would have happened if I told him I loved him back and until this day I will never know. I have closed that chapter of my life and so has he. We still are cool and we still greet each other with a smile.
I learned that love runs on its own time. Although, actions speak louder than words, sometimes words can set those actions in motion. This is the one thing I wished I would have said but I did not. I live and I learn. I can say now I am ready to let someone in. However, the truth of the matter is: if it was meant to be it would be.
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