It's been two years since my boyfriend and I have been together and I'd say that it's been a happy two years of our lives. We've had some ups and downs but we've always managed to patch things up. I guess it's just normal for a relationship to have their fair share of imperfections (I keep telling myself that perfect is boring!). In the past couple of years that we've been together, I felt that I'm in the right relationship... a relationship where I could say with a great confidence that it is loving, caring and most of all... a relationship where there is a great respect for each other. Neil is not just my boyfriend, he is also my bestfriend... with him, I don't have to put on a different persona. With him, I can be the person that I am... I don't have to pretend something that I am not.
In the past two years, we have shared great laughters... I've shed tears on some occasions (not because of something he's done but other personal circumstances) where he offered me a shoulder to cry on. He's always been a caring boyfriend. When I was about to do my final practical exam (OSCE), I've practiced on him. I've never heard him complain infact, he has been supportive. He's helped me greatly to pass my final OSCE... we had a great laugh and I could hardly believe how a great actor he was ha ha ha! I often said to him... 'I'm glad I haven't got you as my patient!'... He's been a fantastic partner and I'm so lucky to be with him.
To celebrate our 2nd anniversay, he took me to world service (http://www.worldservicerestaurant.com/) restaurant where we enjoyed a fantastic lunch.
After lunch, we then went to watch 'Wanted'. Although the story line of the film could have been better, it was okay. We've enjoyed it. Angelina Jolie looked fantastic in it as well as James McAvoy.
MY ANNIVERSARY PRESENT
A lovely pink Radley umbrella (we now call it Pink Ella), Gucci Perfume and a needlework book