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When I was younger, this meant a husband and biological. My definition has since expanded, but the concept remains the same: children to raise and a partner to love who will raise them with me. Imagining what this will look like is a cherished pastime of mine. That is, until I actually have to pick one. I met my boyfriend a little over a year ago.
InI moved to San Francisco on a whim. I fell in love with a long-haired programmer, cooked huge meals for my friends in tiny kitchens, worked in a startup incubator and went skiing and hiking on the weekends. I hiked by the light of the moon and slept on dramatic ridgelines. I did it all by myself. I was hardcore. I work in fashion. I drink urbane cocktails in crowded bars and buy frivolous pairs of shoes. I love it. All this is to say, I am acutely aware of the many lives I could love to lead, which makes it hard to feel sure that my present situation is IT — it-enough, at least, to think about getting married, buying property, settling down.
Each time it makes me fall more in love with myself. I talk about this with my boyfriend often, that we might want some time for personal growth, for new experiences, for change. They see it as wasted time. And I live for that feeling. But it gets harder and harder to justify to myself as the years go by. For now, I like being with A One. I like having someone to talk about my dreams with, however far away or unrealistic they are.
I like waking up next to him in the morning, listening to music and fighting over the air conditioning. I like luxuriating in the infinite possibilities. You can follow Nina on Instagram here. By Team Repeller. By Harling Ross. By Jasmine Clarke. By Edith Young. By Katie Bishop. Search Clear Search. Collage by Louisiana Mei Gelpi. Nina Wheeler. Next story Archive. Close Newsletter Modal Giving us your is the coolest! All yum, no spam.I love my boyfriend and want to marry him
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