So, my best friend - someone I consider so anyways - wrote me a story, well more of a class assingment, but I take this as such an honor I really don't even care. It's pretty much self explanatory, and yet, there is just so much more to be said about this. Until then, I'll just let the story speak for itself I guess. So settle down, relax and READDDD :D.... I guess I don't believe that we weren't put together to NOT be together....
It was the middle of July when Virginia and Kay Jahmill's relationship surpassed friendship and entered a new realm of emotions. "You have a voice of an angel, skin like a new born, and face of a goddess, and your heart is made of diamonds...you're perfect...you're priceless. I did'nt say gold because your heart's worth more than that" is what the text message said that Virginia sent to Kay.
This was a technological love affair. Two women who otherwise would have never encountered one another met on a social website called Twitter(c). Virginia started following Kay's page. Kay automatically became intriguied by Virginia's personality that was displayed all over her profile. They exchanged number's shortly afterwards, believing they would be close friends with similar intrests and nothing more.
But here they were, at the beginning of a humid summer night, crying on seperate lines as they shared with one another secrets that they never told anyone. Kay confessed to Virginia insecurities she had about how her mother and sister would react to her bisexuality. Vriginia, in return, confessed how she was still in love with her exgirlfriend Anne. She cried to Kay explaining the reason she cared so much about her, but the reason she couldn't love her was because Anne still had her heart and wouldn't give it back.
Something like that should have seperated the two girls as Kay realized that Virginia could not and would not love her the way she wanted to be loved. But ironically, from that one phone call that early summer night, Kay and Vriginia became closer than ever before and moreso than either intended. And for the first time, it seemed as though just a friendship between the two girls was out of the question.
"I promise I will always be there for you. I won't walk away. I could never - I would never," Kay told Virginia.
"Don't promise me anything that you have no intentions of keeping."
"Seriously. I promise. I have no intentions of not keeping that," Kay whispered.
From that moment those words left Kay's mouth she was as loyal to Virginia as humanly possible. Everyday for a month she would text Virginia to make sure everything was okay with her.
It never hit Kay that while her feelings continued to grow for Virginia, Virginia's attention was leaning more and more towards her ex-girlfriend Anne. But the two still continued to talk. They even had made plans to finally meet face - to - face, one day in Queens, NY. Kay and her family was going there for a party, she would take a train to Queens to meet Virginia, who, at this point, Kay was in love with.
Virginia was thrilled as was Kay that they could finally meet face to face. They thought that perhaps it was the diatance that made it so difficult to take the initiative to be in a real relationship. Virginia especially had a difficult time dealing with the distance between the two girls. She said many times that long distant relationships could work but, "It can have its downs".
But the two never had a chance to meet. Kay's parents decided that they no longer wanted to attend the party and so the family stayed in Connecticut. Dissapointment surrounded Kay and Virginia's relationship as they both understood that this was going to be harder task than they both could have imagined.
After the sadness subsided from the two girls still not being able to encounter one another, they became close again. They talked everyday, yet again and were still sharing with one another things they could never tell another soul. Virginia began promising Kay things that would happen when the two of them were finally together. And Kay believed every word Virginia spoke.
And then, one day, Virginia told Kay news that would change their relationship from that moment on. "I have to tell you something," she whispered.
"What is it?" Kay replied.
And as soon as Vriginia spoke the worlds, Kay couldn't help but think why things couldn't be like how they were before. Maybe, she thought they were better off as friends.....