totally bummed today

posted 3 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
559 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@StL.Ashley:  totally been there!  My FH and I did the long distance thing for a majority of our dating relationship.  He was on a short assignment (National Guard) for our first Valentine’s Day and I was really sad.  I know it’s not the same as a “dativersary”, but it feels the same.  IT FREAKING SUCKS!!!!  are y’all able to talk on the phone or on text message?  Could y’all Skype that day and have a date that way?  Having a meal together on Skype is a pretty cool way to have a long distance date.

Post # 4
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1749 posts
Bumble bee

Do something special for yourself and send him a sweet message, picture or video. Do the old timey picture thing at a later date — a belated celebration. 

As long as you celebrate the day at some point in the future, you’ll be fine. These things just happen when you’re dealing with a 24 hour time frame. 

Oh, I almost forgot to say, that pleasure can be found in the emotions you feel when you’re not able to be together because for reasons such as these. Think about how much you love him, how you felt on that day you became exclusive, think about how you’ll feel when you see him again. Show him that love and excitement through a message or picture as I stated above. 

Post # 5
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1888 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

@StL.Ashley:  A chorus of violins,  my FI and I long distance dated the first year we were to gether.  Anyone who thinks long distance dating is easy has no clue now hard it is.  Can you at least talk on the phone?  If you have the option we used to do ‘movie dates’.  We’d each pick a movie we’d want to see and then we’d coordinate the show times as close as we could factoring in the time zone difference (ex. I’d see the movie at 7.30p in Denver and he’d see it in LA at 6.30p).  Then we’d call and talk about it afterward.  Since you are going to be leaving St. Louis soon to join him, why not grab a camera and do a walking tour of all the places in St. Louis that are special to you and the botho of you so you’ll have a record of the special places you’ve shared (kind of like a love map of your relationship) when both of you are married (and together!) in New Jersey!

Post # 6
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789 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Been there. SO and I were long distance (12 hours apart by car) for 3 years before I finally moved to Canada. This was the first year we were together for our anniversary and he said it wasnt important anymore because we had a civil ceremony in November. 

I threw myself pity parties all the time! 

I vote you just open a bottle of wine and drink it all day long while relaxing.

Post # 7
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42522 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I would busy myself today doing as much packing up as I could without him. That way you might even have some unexpected free time to spend together next week!

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