Tuesday, 8 January 2019

A taste of LDR

I've had a taste of what a truly long-distance relationship can be like whilst on this 6-month journey. My sub and I have remained in frequent contact. The subjects of our WhatsApp chats seem to be split as follows:

- 70% how has your day been/what have you been up to
- 5% plans for when we next meet
- 20% flirting (which 95% of the time results from talking about something innocent)
- 5% me offering advice or her being a brat and earning punishments

Although some think that travelling the world should be an opportunity to leave life behind for a while, I very much disagree when it comes to relationships. A bond was formed when we met and would grow too weak if contact were to be infrequent. Now we won't meet again as strangers, even if my absence from London will be longer than expected.I've had a taste of what a truly long-distance relationship can be like whilst on this 6-month journey. My sub and I have remained in frequent contact. The subjects of our WhatsApp chats seem to be split as follows:

- 70% how has your day been/what have you been up to
- 5% plans for when we next meet
- 20% flirting (which 95% of the time results from talking about something innocent)
- 5% me offering advice or her being a brat and earning punishments

Although some think that travelling the world should be an opportunity to leave life behind for a while, I very much disagree when it comes to relationships. A bond was formed when we met and would grow too weak if contact were to be infrequent. Now we won't meet again as strangers, even if my absence from London will now be longer than expected.

I really can't wait to see her again!

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