Monday, December 20, 2010

Wish Came True: A guy who sings well. And is so good to me. :D

Last Christmas, I gave *bleep* my heart, but the very next day, he gave it away, THIS YEAR, to save me from tears, I'll give it to someone special...

This song right here, literally happened last year. 2009 was a blue Christmas for me because the one person I relied on, cheated and broke my heart at exactly Christmas Eve. I was bawling my eyes out that the relationship I so much tried to keep was down the drain, and fragments have left off me forever. And so I wished to Santa that if he gives me a special someone this year, he'd better make it good. Just to make up for the nights I spent crying and the moments I fondly tried to be happy. And so Jeff came, and this year has been better than ever. :)

Fast forward to yesterday's festivities, I met people that are most important in Jeff's life. His churchmates, some of his friends (but then again, I was looking forward to meet this particular person but he still didn't make it happen ) But anyhoo, surprise, surprise, something awkward happened. Something I prepared myself a long time ago, but never realized that when situation calls for it, you'd never know how you'd feel. Bad? Not really. Uneasy? A bit. Good thing I was sitting next to his dad and told us we shouldn't leave. Out of respect for me. And seriously, that made my heart melt. That even though situations leave you feeling woozy, there are families who would be willing to protect you, even if you're not yet part of it.

And then there's his Mom. I actually have boyfriends whose mothers treat me like their own daughter. Fortunately, Tita Juliet is one of them. She never made me feel like an outsider. And even apologized for that weird scenario. Just when I was feeling that I am not part of that Jeff's world, his family, even his grandmother and granddad welcomed me wholeheartedly. And I just appreciate his family so much. That no matter how many stones someone would throw at me right now, they will be there to protect me, even if I'm not yet their own.

And there's also Jen, his sister. That even if she's miles apart, she never fails to ask me if I'm still okay and if I'm still sane despite all that's been happening for the past year.

So this, I must say, is one of the greatest Christmases I ever had. If the future doesn't permit me to have him, (But I really do pray that everything will be okay soon) I would still go back to his family's kindness towards me. To Jeff's family, may you always stay happy, and Merry Merry Christmas :)

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