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I’m not asking for diamonds, I am not asking for the world, I am just asking for you to be forever by my side.
The most exciting and amazing feeling in the world is that you are madly in love with me. I could not ask for anything more in life. Happy valentine’s Day!!!!Happy valentine day to the person I love the most!
It makes me proud To be your girlfriend And be with the person I truly love and admire. Happy Valentine’s Day!”
Hello handsome, its hard to put feelings into words but I hope you know I love you and think about you everyday. Your words mean everything to me even though your hugs mean more when your holding me tight, everything feels so right with you. I want everyone to know how much you mean to me. Ever since you made me yours, I’ve been the happiest girl in the world, a smile hasn’t left my face. I tell you this everyday, but you are the most beautiful person I know, inside and out and I see that more clearly with each passing day. I love everything about you, about us. You do something to me that no one ever has, you’ve loved me for me. You give me the most amazing feelings inside and its been exciting and just pure amazing. Ive never met someone that was so good for me, and made me want them to this extent. I miss you when you’re not around and I’m the happiest when you are. my smile never fades when I’m alone anymore, Before I met you I never knew what it was like to look at someone and smile for no reason. Before i met you i was so caught up on the negative because I’ve never had any luck with anyone in the past, I was always let down but when you walked into my life and tore my walls down, ever since theres been so much good walking into my life and for that, i thank you. You took the time to figure me out and i know thats not easy. I still don’t know what I did to be so lucky to have you in my life, my dream come true. I am so thankful…...

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