Elizabeth BarroTicas


I Love You


I lay in bed at night trying to fall asleep all I can think about is you, you are like my fantasy, my dream come true, I never knew our love could be this strong half of it probably hasn't been shown, I love the way you laugh, I love the fact that you care so much even though we’ve only been together for so little time and the fact that you don't give up even when times get rough, I love when you say I love you and that I always get butterflies even when I'm thinking of you...I'll love you till my dying day, You might not understand how much you mean to me or how much you have changed my life for better not for worse I thank God and I am blessed to have you in my life I should say. I love you with all my heart, I want to love and spend the rest of my life with you, Your my angel from above and I thank God that I have you!

Submitted: Saturday, November 05, 2011
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