Thursday, May 26, 2011

You know what? Movie-type stories? It's possible!

There was one point in my life wherein I was shy to talk to girls. Oo, aminin ko, torpe ako for a time. I was also in an emo phase when I'd watch these romantic comedies where the main tandem were childhood friends. Now there's a one in a million story... "Childhood sweethearts". Boy is 4 years old and has a crush on the little girl. They separate ways. They meet back in high school and become friends. They separate ways again. One goes to school abroad, one stays. Both find love in  other people that doesn't work out. Both are devastated. Then the impossible thing happens... They meet again! Doesn't happen right? Wrong!

You know that ending in "500 Days of Summer"? Where the guy meets Autumn in the end? That happened to me! BELIEVE IT! I had a devastating part in my life that crushed my heart. But as the Lord works in mysterious ways, things really do happen for a reason. It really does. I'm telling you, on the 500th day, Autumn entered my life and changed it forever! 


Misha was the first girl I ever liked. Honest to goodness. She was my childhood crush. After kinder, the next time I saw her was in high school and I still found her to be pretty. She became a friend. Sadly she left in college but somehow we kept in touch. After several years (college+masters), in the most surprising fashion (facebook), she said that she was going to work with me real soon. Well, at least in the same building. We didn't hit it off at first when she went into the building. It took time of course. But I think this story is just too good to be true. A lot of my friends can't believe it really. But it's true. Call it cheesy, but I'm a happy happy man. :) I can't ask for anything more...



There was a comment a couple of months back... There was a reader that was going through some difficult times with his lady... All I can say is that the Lord works in mysterious ways. Things really do happen for a reason. We may not see it at first. You'll feel that the world just crumbled and ended. After time, you'll be thankful that it crumbled and "ended" because if that didn't happen, you wouldn't have seen one of the great things that happen in life and that's meeting your true love. (Cheese anyone? :) hahaha!)


Do you know someone with the same story? :) Well, I hope there's someone who has the same story. To those in difficult times, fret not... She/He is just around the corner...

9 comments:

ana cris said...

sweet.inspiring....cheesy...

ana cris said...

sweet.inspiring. sooooooo cheesy..aylabeeeeet :)

RiaRamona said...

Kilig! :D

Read somewhere that your grandparents, too, met when they were kids... Wow.

My Life's A-musings said...

cheesy, but who cares?! i love your story!

Yish Musong said...

so sweet! :)

Apple said...

Mushy but cutie, me likey! Love love love! <3

Apple said...

Mushy but cutie, me likey! Love love love! <3

crookodebie said...

You were both cute when you were young. What are you still waiting fro Jiggy? ask her hand na!!!!he he he

Claude CaƱete said...

Definitely possible.
I just married my childhood-neighbor-nemesis.
We met when we were 3. Not really the best of friends (you know the boys vs. girls thing for kids) but then surprisingly when we're growing up, we realized how much we liked each other.
I wish you and Misha the best! (cute ng kid pic nyo together)