A Letter to my Future Husband

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Dear future husband,

If I decide to spend the rest of my life with you, please note that you will be loved, needed and cared for, for a very long time. With that being said, please know that I am a simple girl. Please do not buy me a huge diamond ring! Did you know that diamonds are not a girls best friend? They are stones of slavery and unneeded labor! Instead, I would be happy with a simple antique ring. A ring that represents our love.

Instead of spending hundreds if not thousands of dollars on a big wedding, I’d rather have an intimate gathering celebrating our union. Family, close friends and us. That’s all we need. Why not use all that money to buy ourselves a home, a home we can call home!

Please understand that as we become a union, I am also an independent women, I am “me”. I may need my own quite time to regroup. I might want to be alone to read or write. But you should know this already.

Please don’t buy into all the hallmark holidays! Don’t buy me flowers and candy on Valentines day! Instead hug me and kiss me every night! Surprise me every once in a while with a token of your love.

You see, to me, love is simple. Love is cooking for you, feeding your heart and soul. It is you holding me when I had a hard day. It is trusting me and I you. It is laying in bed while listening to the rain.

My love is simple.

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Love,

Your future wife

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About Cami*Star

I am an onion, peeled with many layers. My mind is an ever-flowing thinking machine. I love writing all my thoughts on paper and some get published here on my blog. I am a deep thinker, which brings along deep feelings-positively for the most part! I am a feminist, poet, writer, blogger, parent of two beautiful girls, a special education teacher, a lover, a friend, a daughter, a sister and most importantly a spiritual warrior! Thank you for reading All About Me and checking out my blog! Much appreciation from your truly, Cami*Star

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