My lovey-dovey fairy tales imaginations apparently don't come in real life. Love story in real life is slightly different from those. I definitely need to reset my mindset about the term 'love story', 'happily-ever-after', and 'forever-and-always'.
Being a total romance victim, I'm very good at crying when it comes to heart break story. Not only mine, but also others! I often cry when my friend broke up. I even cried when this guy I barely know being dumped by his girlfriend. I cry every time I watch drama series, especially when the couple kissed, hugged each other, and finally getting married. Yes, you can say that I'm a teary person. I'm easily touched when it comes to love story.
Looking to my real love story, I learn that love can't be defined. Love is something you feel. It is an unexpected feeling that silently creeping into your heart without you even realize it. You will fall deeply in love even before you realize it. I'm definitely not a master of love. In fact, I suck at love. People know how sucks my love story is. For me, loving is about accepting, giving, and letting go. Love needs time. Time is the one who will reveals love. You will never know how the person who is currently your friend will be the person you cry for in the future. You will never guess who will be the person you have your heart beating for in the future. I guess this is how love grows. Maybe there's no happily-ever-after, maybe there's no forever-and-always. But maybe, just maybe, there is happily-ever-after, and there is forever-and-always. I can't really tell.
As much as I love building my own lovey-dovey and fairy tales stories in my mind, I now understand that love in real life is not as simple as those. I've been in several heart breaks and I still can't tell how love works.
I guess, I will just wait til I understand it :)