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I would call around 11pm after getting home from work, meaning I would “apparently” sometimes fall asleep mid conversation : S, which meant Mike picked up his phone every morning around 6am in America.Being forced to talk on the phone meant that we got to know each other a lot more intimately, and a lot more quickly than we otherwise would have.Mike and I took our circumstances as a great opportunity to travel and met up with each other around the world.After meeting initially in August 2010, we went to Scotland for that Christmas and spent the New Year touring London, Amsterdam and Paris.According to my friends Mike was creepy because of the roses and pizza and mixed CD’s he would send.I had a group of friends in my backyard at a party re-enact the “No Gary No” add specifically for me as an “intervention”. However all of the negativity stopped of course when invitations to Hawaii were sent out and suddenly everyone had always been cheering for our relationship from the start!), and he was back in Australia in October for our engagement party.I spent Christmas and New Years in America with him (where he proposed again…to be funny…on the big screen at Madison Square Gardens during a New York Rangers Game), and he moved to Australia on a 12 month work/travel visa in May of 2012.
"Whether we can", keys to the cubicle Gold, tees, and sweat pants They guarantee to keep it cold Feel the distance, miles apart In our beds, stay persistent Gotta get out, inside our heads I had the damnedest day You don't hear what I say Your head's up in the clouds I'm sitting next to you In the exact same room We're right here in LA It's like you're in New York LA to New York LA to New York It feels so far LA to New York LA to New York Are we that apart?
He then came to Australia in April 2011 and spent a month with my friends and family before proposing!
We spent two weeks in London in June of that year (where he proposed again, with a ring this time!
We swapped emails and phone numbers, not having any clue that our wedding in Hawaii would be less than three years later. I firmly believe that you can make anything work if you want to. I wont lie – long distance for 18 months was incredibly hard, but we made it work by maintaining: We spoke every day.
I got an amazing phone plan where I had unlimited calls to international mobiles, and we would talk for hours.