❤ We have evidence that shows she had every intention of hiring the officer, although she didn t know it was the officer, to kill her ex-boyfriend. - Mary Mulrenan
When a couple, whether they are dating, married, or engaged-to-be-married, is in a long distance relationship, things can get a bit tough. The constant worrying, insecurities, and frustrations about being apart from your loved one can change relationships. There are possibilities of unresolved fights due to extended period of distance, exchange of harsh words because of insecurities, and the need and longing to hold each other in your arms; all these instances come across the couples who live away from each other. But for real couples in committed relationships, circumstances can be changed by trust, honesty, and sacrifice.
Things had started to change lately - he was going to a friend s place a little too often, you found him glued to the phone a little too much, and most of your dinner plans were getting canceled, of course, as he had to work overtime. But it never occurred to you until one day you followed his car and saw him in someone else s arms. Maybe you went and slapped him right away, or maybe you just changed your number and never called him back.
❤ In cases of this nature, husbands and boyfriends and ex-husbands and ex-boyfriends are always people of interest, and he understands that. But there s nothing in their background. ... No one had a bad word to say about them. - Adam A. Kretowicz
A long distance relationship is tough. And hey, not all of us can express our feelings in songs, without sounding like a stray cat. In order to aid the non-singing lovebirds, I have compiled a number of awesomely powerful quotes that help get the message across as effectively as Michael Buble singing personally. Here are some quotes that reveal your feelings.
Happiness does come in small packages. From expecting parents to their extended families, a newborn baby is a bundle of joy. Apart from the immediate bond the child makes with her parents, she also becomes her grandparents pride and her aunt s pet. The bond that she shares with either of her parents sister is that of otherhood, very much like motherhood, but with the prominent factor of other. The child will look on her aunt as her friend when in times of need, a guide when she stages silent battles with her mother, and a confidant when she needs a listening ear. She forms a special bond with this other woman in her life, whom she so tenderly calls aunt.
"The father of a daughter is nothing but a high-class hostage. A father turns a stony face to his sons, berates them, shakes his antlers, paws the ground, snorts, runs them off into the underbrush, but when his daughter puts her arm over his shoulder and says, "Daddy, I need to ask you something," he is a pat of butter in a hot frying pan." - Garrison Keillor