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I’ve been seeing X unofficially for about a year now.
We met online (yes folks, Tinder matches sometimes work out for the best) and instantly liked each other.
I got to dress up in a gorgeous gown and wear fancy heels and have my hair done up nicely and we danced the night away.
X taught me which fork was the salad fork versus the dinner fork (the salad one is the small fork and the dinner one is the big fork, go figure) and how to ballroom dance.
With a job like that, he can be stationed virtually anywhere.
One night during one of our many phone calls, he admitted to me that he would like to get married sooner rather than later.
Being with my cadet has made my life fuller and changed me in countless positive ways.Late in the semester, X came to visit me at school and was instantly adopted by my friend group. I found my knight in shining armor, he was accepted and loved by my friends, and had a good head on his shoulders. Maybe it’s just his personality, but I strongly believe that something about being in the army has caused X to mature faster than the guys I’ve become used to being around.More than my friends who are in relationships with non-cadets, X and I talk about getting married.When we first met, I didn’t pay much attention to the fact that X and I were essentially separated by the Hudson River but as time went on and I wanted to spend more and more time with him, this once seemingly insignificant fact became a bigger and bigger menace.I began to cherish those high school relationships that came with the freedom of riding my bike down the hill to see my significant other. Cadets don’t have the same privileges as university students.