New York, We Need A Break

Dear my love, New York City,

It’s Shannon, here. You know, your loyal girlfriend for the past two years. Today actually marks our two-year anniversary.

I wasn’t exactly sure how to tell this to your face, but I think we need a break.

Trust me, it’s not you, it’s me. You were never insincere about who you were; you were always honest. I think I just played into a fantasy of you. I loved the idea that you could give me everything I always wanted. I’ve had this imagine in my head since I’ve been a little girl, that you would be the one to save me, fix me, make me happy.

But that’s just not the case anymore.

Believe me when I say I haven’t fallen out of love with you. The reasons I initially fell in love with you are still there, but I can’t keep pretending that I’m happy in this tumultuous relationship with you when I’m not.

So, because I love and care for you so much, I’m going to give you one month to see if I can see myself continuing in this relationship.

Now remember New York, I’m not saying this to scare you or test you, but I think I’ve given pretty much all I can to you up until this point, so I need to think carefully about where our future together lies.

You will have my final decision on July 3rd, 2014.

All My Love,

Shannon

 

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2 thoughts on “New York, We Need A Break

  1. Dear Shannon,
    It is a well established fact that it takes three years, known as the ‘stumble period’ to adjust to my culture shock. Read k callan’s NY Agent book. It will help you see mee in a warmer light.

    It is too soon for you to leave me. If you go now, well have to start all over again. Please give me my time.
    I love you back XOXOXO
    New York City

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