Sometimes when I'm out, and I've told some special guy where I'll be, say right now, at a coffee shop in Barnes and Noble. No one knew I'd be here, but if I told some guy, that I was interested, sometimes I notice myself daydreaming about looking up from my computer or book, my head phones drowning out the world, and then I see him, only him, the rest a blur, standing before me, a mischevious 'I've found you' grin on his face. A rush of surprise, happiness and excitement would flow threw me after my initial shock faded.
I'd pull out my headphones, wide eyed, with a lopsided smile and a raised eyebrow. "Stalking me?" I'd ask.
"Yes," they'd admit openly, with no shame, only playfulness and an edge of challenge to their voice. As if they wanted to say, 'so what?' and daring me to tell them that I didn't like it.
Or maybe I'd be reading, and something would catch my eye. I'd look up, and they'd be sitting at my table, pretending to also read, trying not to smile as I gasp in surprise and shock as I register that it's them sitting before me. "Fancy seeing you here," I'd joke with a smirk.
"Well hello stranger. What do you say we get outta here and catch a movie?" he'd say. Or maybe he'd reach over, close my book, and whisper, "Hello beautiful."
I love doing romantic things for my guy, when I have one, even if most girls don't. Maybe leaving a post it on the fridge before I leave to work, "I'll be thinking of you all day <3." I remember one morning i was leaving and found a rose in my windsheild with a note that read "I hope to see you tonight beautiful." I hadn't got home til about midnight and was leaving at 7 so needless to say I was quite impressed.
I love the little touches. He places his hands on your hips as he slides by you to grab something. A swift kiss on the cheek in passing. Touching the small of my back as I walk through a door. Ruffling my hair when they're trying to cheer me up. Brushing tears off my face with their thumb.
You'd never guess until you really got to know me that I'm this way...and that I daydream about it more than I'd ever admit.