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The ten things I love

By StrangerInMoscow01 All Rights Reserved ©

Romance

Dear Diary

June 3th, 2014

Dear Diary

He noticed me...

I felt my heart jump all over the place when his eyes landed on me; when the half smile played on his lips and that sparkle covered his eyes, like he knew something, like he could actually feel my excitement. His gorgeous blue eyes then looked around to see if someone else was there to hear what he was about to say.

One of his hands landed on my head, his fingers softly played with my hair all the way down to my shoulders where I recently cut it. Everybody thought it looked good on me; I was hoping it would make me look older, wiser...

He opened his mouth and I knew he was about to say something, I lived to hear everything he had to say, he was so smart and it seemed like he always had the right thing to say, maybe not the right thing in general but the right thing to make you feel better. That was the third thing I loved about him.

Even when I knew he was about to speak I wasn't ready for the impact his raspy yet very clear voice was going to have on me. His voice was like a calling, the one perfect thing he had, so deep and powerful and perfectly made for him. That voice on anybody else would sound ridiculous but on him it sounded like the perfect song. That was the fourth thing I loved about him.

"You cut your hair" He said. It wasn't a question, because he never made stupid questions, it was pretty obvious my hair was shorter. "You look beautiful"

"Thank you" I said with a smile, what I really wanted to do was to wrap my arms around his neck and let him know I did it for him, to let him know how hard I worked just to get him to notice a small detail like my hair. His head leaned to the side and he stared at me like he actually knew what I was thinking, like he could feel my soul slowly leaving my body just to reach his.

"Want to go eat some ice cream?" He then asked. My whole body died in that moment. I quickly looked back to my dad's studio; he was still working on some important case. He noticed. "Don't mind him, he's busy" With that being said he grabbed my hand and pulled me in direction to the front door. "It's going to be just you and me"

My soul never felt so happy.


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