Hi I'm Manea (or Therese,or just Reese). 1994 baby and Married to One Direction. I'm a certified JESUS FREAK, A BIBLIOPHILE/BOOK NERD from DSTRICT 8 according to Panem October and District 12 according to TheCapitol.pn .Likes YA Novels,The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, The Divergent Trilogy, The Lorien Legacies,, Anything by John Green, Glee, How I Met Your Mother, Two Broke Girls and The Big Bang Theory.Grammar Nazi. I LIKE YOU ALREADY, FRIEND. :D
Since you didn’t really get to show up this Valentine’s day (or the last one… or the many Valentine’s Days before that), I’ve been spending most of today thinking about the things we’d do next Valentine’s Day.
First of all, since you’ve been being fashionably late all these years, you kinda owe me a lot. When you pop the big be-my-Valentine question, it’s gotta be extravagant. A marching band would do. Or you can serenade me at midnight outside my window.Or you can get one of those billboards. You’re a smart guy, you’ll think of something. And from morning to the afternoon of February 14th, you’ll do things like send me flowers and chocolates, and maybe even throw in some of those cheap crappy gift cards with the little hearts on them. You can even get a whole choir or acapella group to sing me the whole soundtrack of Juno. But then again, you may not need a whole acapella group or a choir for that.
Then that night on our date, you’ll take me to a movie, but not a horror flick because you know how much I hate horror. After that, we’ll eat dinner at a Mexican joint because I love Mexican food. And we’re gonna scarf down those chimichangas sluggishly because we don’t really have good table manners. After dinner, you’ll take me for a walk in the park where you just might suddenly hold my hand or give me your jacket when it’s cold. We also just might stop for some shakes. You’ll buy me a banana shake because you know how much I love bananas. Then when it gets really dark, the Christmas lights you set up earlier that afternoon will light up the park again and you’ll take out your iPod and play a song we can slow-dance to.
But then again… I know that these things only have a small possibility of happening. Plus let’s face it, these things wouldn’t really matter as long as I get to spend the day with you. So I don’t mind if you don’t show up next year, or the year after that. I know the wait’s gonna be worth it. But in the meantime, I’ll just sit here and watch my romantic comedies and read books with fictional characters that will further ruin my expectations in men. So you better have something up your sleeve.
Your Future ‘ONE’.