I think I'm in lo...lo..love!


Jun 3, 2003
My girlfriend has some family near Yosemite so I drove over here to visit them with her. That's where I am now, actually I'm at a Pc cafe right now, but back to the point.

I've been into trance music lately so last night we drove out to some open area. There were no lights in sight , but the moon was shining brightly. I turned on the tunes and it seemed to fit the moment perfectly.

Well there we were sitting on the hood of her car just looking at the stars. Then she put her head in my lap and looked up at me. I could see the moon glimmering from her eyes.

Suddenly I felt some weird tingly feeling inside me. Kind of like that before you cum feeling, but in my chest. Then some song which now when I hear it gives me chills began to play.

The name of the song is "Only in My Dreams" by DJ Irene. Well we started kissing, but for some reason it felt different than before. It felt warm not that she has blood circulation problems though.

One thing lead to the next and we ended making love under the moonlight. It was pure and utter euphoria and bliss to me. I felt in a way I have never felt before. Then she said the the words that I had feared hearing from any woman other than family for my whole life... " I love you! ".

I just hugged her at that moment. I wanted to say it back to her, but I was completely frozen when I hugged her.

My first love! At 24 it's kind of late, but ever since I started dating I avoided emotional involvement towards women. A way to protect myself I guess.

I feel one hell of a lot better getting this off my chest. Thanks for putting up with it.
Cool deal. Hey, I'm 28 and I've never been in love. I've had a couple of people I've had strong feelings for, but nothing worked out. It didn't progress to a real relationship. So, I guess it's never too late, though I'll be surprised if I ever fall in love.
Remember that old cliche, "It's better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all"?

It's true.
NOOO! Dont fall for it! Didnt you watch Bambi???? Turn back now before it's too late!
Originally posted by Godsize
Remember that old cliche, "It's better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all"?

It's true.

I believe you. I'm just very picky about what I want in a woman, in a substantial relationship. I would like to find someone that I feel that highly about, but I'm unwilling to settle for something I consider to be below my standards.
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