posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 01:27 PM
How many of you ever observe the moment you're in with your partner and say "this is just like a movie". I'm pretty sure we've all witnessed it.
My story is a sad one. Have you ever seen "The Notebook". My life with my exgirlfriend was exactly like that movie.
She came from a very wealthy family where her parents; her mother anyway was always telling her to find a man who was wealthy to provide for her
financial security. He can take you where ever you want to go, travel and see the world her mother says.
Mainly her Mom tells her these things because she doesn't want my exgirlfriend to end up like her. She had a chance to live the luxrious lifestyle
that she wanted but choose love instead, and now she argues with her husband about bills. Now even though they are wealthy the Mother is the "Bread
winner" in the family and pays for everything: their mansion, cars, trips you name it she was the one paying for it all. She at least expects her
husband to pay the bills.
Back to the story she enforces this idea that if my ex choose love she would end up like her mother. Now that isn't true.
1) She isn't like her mother she is caring, understanding and genuine. Her mother is kind of a Tyrant.
2) I'm not her Father.
3) Even though she is materialistic which I hate I did.. not try..but did provide for her the best I can.
My relationship with her mother was okay she really like me it was the fact that I didn't have a certain status. I heard her mother saying if I was
a Doctor she would let me marry her.
I loved my exgirlfriend a lot.. unconditionally. I supported her whatever she was doing. When she needed a shoulder to cry on I gave her mine. We
taught eachother a wide spectra of ourselves.
In the end I couldn't avoid the inevitable. I did my best and shared with her the best years of my life. Now we parted ways. I'm on my journey
discovering the new best years of my life. Living free from the life of material possessions; till this days I still love her and I wish her the best.
I just can't get that bittersweet ending in the movie.