To hear Darling and Sir read their letters please click on the greetings.
I am not a perfect woman, but I perfectly love you.
I have no problem being the first one to admit that I’m wrong. I will freely apologize. I will instantly forgive you – which doesn’t mean I won’t get angry or hurt, but I will forgive and get over it in time (the quicker the better). I will support you in all you do and say. I will worry and fret over you.
I accept your opinions even when they disagree with mine; consequently, I will cherish our differences.
I will never take for granted our friendship. Loving someone is easy; liking them is harder. I have a whole lot of like for you. And, my unequaled Sir, I trust you.
I will love you forever.
No one in this life is perfect, particularly not me. How boring life would be if we were.
I make plenty of mistakes my love, and I will continue to do so. I am human after all. Sadly some of those mistakes will be at your expense, our expense. For that I am truly sorry.
Yes we have our differences. I don’t mean arguments but our outlooks on life. I have no desire to change you or to expect any modification in your behaviour. I am happy to accept you for who ever you are.
You are right, love is easy in comparison to friendship. You can’t control love but you can certainly work on a friendship. The thing that I hated the most when I lost you (and there were many I hated ) was that I no longer had my best friend. One of the first things I noticed when you re established contact was how easily we slipped back into that pattern of sharing confidences on just about everything. I had my best friend back. That alone was worth a bank full of bullion.
But there was also trust, much trust. I feel unworthy knowing I betrayed it. There is the same trust again now. It astounds me. I won’t betray it again.
Loving You Unequivocally
You Will Always Be My Darling
From Sir With Love
©2013 Darling and Sir
Wow…just wow…It’s different when hearing both of your voice.What you said about friendship and love is so true…:)
D, you sound so young. 🙂 and Sir has modulated voice. 🙂 It was nice. Good luck to your love.
Thank you kindly. Sir’s response made me giggle as he loves to tell me how young I look and sound all the time. 😉 I think he has a hidden agenda. Heehee.
Sir’s voice is very soothing to me, and has even put me to sleep (in a good way!!!!). Ask him about THAT sometime.
Hi D I have someone told me of that too…and also has a voice so soothing that I was inspired to make a poem for it.I am giggling while writing this.I remember those times. hehe
The both of you are sweet!
So was it weird hearing me and Sir read our letters? It was kind of weird recording it.
Nope, certainly not D. I like hearing your voice and Sir’s, although (I like my guy’s voice more-sorry sir) 😉 You are having fun recording it right?
Pleased you enjoyed it.
Darling will love to hear you say that.
I am laughing here. I said the exact same thing to Darling. We are quite literally texting now and this is a direct copy and paste from that chat. In reference to you and your thoughts on my voice.
“She is running it through her own filter, she is thinking about her guy, not me.”
I love all your letters 🙂
Thank you again. Sometimes the letters are difficult to write. It depends on the topic.
Thank you that’s very kind.
I just heard your words and I am unimaginably happy for the first time in a long time. It makes me smile to listen to the two most wonderful people I have met in the recent past.
I loved these parts –
“Loving someone is easy: liking them is harder. I have a whole lot of like for you.”
I also literally touched (like I actually felt something needling my chest) when Ms.Darling paused for a second before she said “you” in the part where she says “I trust you”. I can’t explain why, but it was definitely emphatic.
“I had my best friend back. That alone was worth a bank full of bullion”. I think it is hard to find a more appropriate metaphor for all the materialistic people in the world.
You Darling are Sir are loved Unequivocally and Irrefutably, by me!
You are too kind, BP.
And about your voices….while I read your letters, I hate secretly and probably incorrectly placed both your ages around the high forties. After hearing Ms.Darling’s voice I thought, she probably had a younger person dub for her (sorry to say this) as she sounded somewhere around early 20s (at best). Sir, on the other hand reminds me of some of the Librivox readers, deep voice which carries a lot of emotions while at the same time trying to remain calm!
Man, God should have been very happy when he made you two!
I can assure you that really is my Darling’s voice. I would not be so rude as to reveal her age except to say she will no doubt be flattered by your comments.
I had no idea what Librivox was. I googled it and it made me smile. Although I must note that you didn’t take a guess at my age which will of course give Darling much amusement.
You Sir, are timeless to me.
I guessed both of you to be around mid to late 40s. I simply assumed that when you met in 1999 you were fairly mature people already. Hence the guess.
We were mature people. lol
Yes Ms.Darling,I believe that.
I could be wrong, but I believe that Sir stated his age of when we met in an early letter. I will look.
Oops, I forgot he took his age out of a certain letter. Ha. I love that man.
Damn! Ha ha ha….
Anyway it does not matter Ms.Darling. Like you said, I see you two as those eternally youthful Prince and Princess that appear in fairy tales. You can read the book when you are young or read it to your grandchildren, but the Prince and Princess never age.
Keep that up BP, and you’ll make Sir blush. (Heehee)
If we end up reading another letter, I will do my best to sound older. 😉
I was giggling hysterically after reading your comment above. I promise that is truly me reading my own letter. Sorry to disappoint. *ha* I am not in my ‘high forties,” but I did laugh at that too. (Teehee@Sir). We are only as old as we feel, but no one ever gets my age correct. It makes Sir feel like an old lech (I nearly snorted) although he doesn’t look his age either.
When I first met Sir, I was in my mid twenties, and he was a few years older than me.
Yep, I guessed that once I wrote the previously reply.
But you two are amazing. Love you both.
And I am so happy I made you smile.