I’ve been ill almost all week, but I’m slowly getting better. I don’t have fever anymore, but I’m still not that well yet. It sucks because I haven’t been able to work out, and I won’t work out tomorrow either. On another note me and my mum had a taco dinner and it was so good. If you know me then you know that I love tacos!! It’s important to listen to your body and rest when you need to though. I feel like it’s the best not to rush back into working out, because I don’t want the illness to get worse. I really hope that I’ll feel better soon, because I really miss working out. My weekend wasn’t that good because I couldn’t do much, mainly just lay in bed and rest, but I hope everyone else had a good weekend. ♥️

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I’m sick and tired of people who thinks that my long distance relationship isn’t as valid as others. Just because we have a shorter amount of distance between us, doesn’t mean that we always have it easier. We are 700 kilometers apart. 435 miles. With a car ride, that is 8 hours. With bus it can take from 10-14 hours. If you go by train, the train doesn’t go all the way. From where he lives he has to take a bus to the train station for 1,5 hours and then take the train for 10+ hours.

I’ve heard people say that we’re lucky. Yes, from some perspectives we are luckier than other couples. We live in the same country, with no time difference. We are closer than many long distance couples, I know that. We have met a lot during these 2,5 years that we’ve been apart, much more than many couples.

But it isn’t always easy for us either, to be able to meet. Because of that, I get a little annoyed when people think that we have it so easy. First off, we are still only 17. Next year we will both be 18, and we are hoping that things will get easier then. My birthday is March 22nd and his is April 5th. Neither of us have a car, because you can’t get a drivers license here until you are 18, so we can’t drive to each other. But we’re really hoping for things to get easier once he’ll get his own apartment when he turns 18, and he’ll probably get his drivers license before me and hopefully get a car.

I know people who are older than us, but they can’t afford meeting each other even if they wanted to. I know people with families who doesn’t accept their relationships, and therefore they can’t meet. Everyone is in different situations, and at times it can be easier and sometimes harder. Just because a couple are in the same country, it doesn’t mean that it’s always easier for them.

Plans for closing the distance is also different for everyone. Some people know when they’ll close the distance, and have a exact plan on how to do it. We’re still both in high school, and I have plans to study law after high school, and there are two different schools that I am thinking about. Either I’ll move up north, and then our distance will be half of what it is now, about 335km and a little less than a 4 hour car ride. We will then have an easier time taking the bus to each other too. The other school makes the distance even bigger. It’ll then be 1000km between us.

I really hope that I’ll get in to the school to make our distance smaller and not bigger. I believe that would make things easier for us, and then maybe he could move there too.

The Swedish school system is something not all of my followers know about; but our high school is called 1st-3rd grade. That means 6 semesters. I am now in 2nd grade and after Christmas break I’ll only have half left - 3 semesters.

The time is going by so fast but yet so slow. I study so much and the weeks are just passing by, but once I pause it feels like forever, because I’m not with Adel. We haven’t met in a while now, and it feels like forever and yesterday at the same time. The relief is that we have some kind of plan and we know how we want our future to be like.

Anyway - remember that you don’t know anyone’s situation. I don’t have to explain myself to everyone and give you the reasons why, how and when we will meet. It’s not always easy to meet even if we are in the same country.

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Too many haters have been floating around on my Instagram these last few weeks, and honestly they can do nothing to ruin me. At a certain point, I get really upset and mad that people do EVERYTHING in their power to try and ruin me and my relationship with my boyfriend. If you follow me on Instagram I wrote about an incident that happened. Usually I don’t really bother and I try to ignore the hate as much as I can, but I’m only human and I get really angry at the people who spread negativity. Especially when I block every single soul that tries to come at me, but people go as far as doing fake accounts just to write mean things. They are cowards, all of them, because they don’t dare to tell me who they are either, but you should know that I’m not stupid, I know more than you think. It’s just so childish that they are still that immature and feel the need to try and put someone down just because I’m better than them, and that they’re jealous of my relationship.

I just know for a fact that all of these haters are just so jealous of what we have! And if you don’t like me or us, and still watch everything we do, bitch you are a fan. You wish you was as good as us. My relationship is the strongest, despite the distance. Me and Adel have a bond nobody can break, ever. I am succeeding in life while you are not, so I get that you would be jealous of that! How many teenage couples stay together despite any obstacles, setbacks, dramas and jealous people? Plus we stay strong even when we’re miles apart. We are closer than many “regular” couples, and we’ve gone through EVERYTHING together. Nobody can break us. ♥️ They know NOTHING about us, even if they think they do. And if you are a mad hater reading this: I’m much better than you, and so are Adel. We have a relationship that you’ll never have. Where will you get in life? If you are a bad person, you’ll get nowhere. Try me, but you’ll never succeed with your bullying.

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Sunday, which means the last day of my break from school. I’ve had a really good break, as good as it could get without meeting Adel. I’ve missed him so much and I wish he could’ve been here. I began drawing a portrait of him which you can see, and I’ll soon post the result either on here or on my Instagram.

Me and my mum went to Pinchos, a tapas restaurant in Sundsvall, about an hour away from where we live. It’s such a fun concept, you get popcorn as a starter, and then you order your small dishes from your phone. It was so good, and I loved everything I ordered and my mum did too. You might’ve seen pictures of the food already, because I’ve posted pictures on my Instagram. If you order a set of tapas to begin with and you want something else, you just order multiple times until you are satisfied. They also have many delicious candy drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.

It’s a little scary on the toilets because they have this circus theme on the restaurant, and this is what it looked like by the bathrooms:

It’s been fun going on small road trips together with my mum, watching series and movies and just having some time off from school. It’s time to get back to reality now though and come back to my normal routines with working out and studying.

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Sometimes people doubt your relationship because you are in a long distance relationship. The first thing I want to say about it is simply prove them wrong. When two people love each other, nothing can tear them apart! Many people judge it because you might not be able to meet them that often, but they also need to realize how special your relationship is especially when you finally meet. Those meetings are much more valuable than regular couples meetings, because you’ve waited so long and you are filled with such happiness. When you meet, you do special and fun things together, and nothing can compare to it. They also need to realize that the people in long distance relationships often talk much more than regular couples, because communication through texts, calls and FaceTime/Skype are the key thing for long distance. You can sit and talk for hours, even if you aren’t physically together. The fact that that you can’t touch each other and be with each other in person makes the connection much deeper and serious than other relationships. You are both trying to make it work, and you hold on to them, and you cherish them much more. People in long distance relationships need to have a strong trust for each other, and a love so strong that nothing can tear them apart. You often make so many plans for the future, more than regular couples do.

If people think that you always can meet the love of your life in the same town as you, that is pure ignorance. If you meet someone close, that’s fine, but would you rather have the love of your life, your soulmate, miles away and know that you want to spend the rest of your life with them, or have someone who lives next door and you barely love because you don’t make a good couple at all? Long distance isn’t forever, but the love certainly is.

Why are people so judgmental? Because they don’t know. I’m sure they haven’t experienced long distance. I never thought I would get through being in a long distance, but it is once you are in it, and you are with the right person, that you can see that you can do it. I would do anything to be with my love. If you haven’t been there yourself, it’s hard to understand. Others opinions doesn’t define you or your relationship.

I know that my love for Adel and his love for me are strong enough to conquer any distance. I’m sure a lot of people in long distance relationships thinks the same thing about their love. The light of my days are getting simple texts from him and seeing him every night through Skype.

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It’s finally weekend, and I’m done with all of my school assignments. We finally have our “fall break”, which is a one week break from school, and it feels so good to finally relax and not study for a while. It’s been too much going on with school and working out that I haven’t had time to do anything besides that. My mum has also taken some time off from work, which is really good because then we can spend some time together, and we’ve also planned to go on some road trips during this week, and do something else than just be at home and study. Last night we ate Thai food and it was so delicious, and this morning I had such a yummy breakfast!

I would love to meet Adel, and we’ve always met on every break from school we’ve had since we started being in a long distance relationship, but unfortunately this time we couldn’t. We just have to patiently wait until we can see each other again, even though we miss each other so much. Distance can be so extremely hard, but I know we can get through it together, and we will have such a great time once we can finally meet! 🙏🏼♥️

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If you know me, then you know I can’t wait to start my own family. I just want to fast forward a couple of years, so that I can be financially stable and living my dream life so that I can finally start a family together with Adel. I just can’t wait for the future, I’m so excited about it. A reason why I keep fighting for our relationship is because I know we will have the most amazing future. We won’t be separated by distance for that long, because we’ll have so much more time together once we finally close the distance. ♥️

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Long distance love. It isn’t easy, but it is worth it. When you find the love of your life, you know it. No matter what you go through, or what happens, you’ll always find your way back to them. You can feel it in your heart. Without them you feel lost. A relationship isn’t always perfect, and you go through difficult things, but it’s important to go through them together. I’ve doubted myself and our relationship, because of the distance. At the same time, I know that the distance isn’t forever, but the love is forever. It has happened a lot in mine and Adel’s relationship. We met each other when we were only 14 years old, and since then we’ve had a lot of growing up to do. We’re now 17, almost 18. Looking back at everything that has happened, every single thing has taught us something. Neither of us wants to give up, we want to keep fighting because we love each other too much to give up.

Some days are harder than others. Some nights the bed feels emptier than others, and I just wish he would be there with me, because everything would be so much easier. But I know that the person I’m waiting for, is worth the wait. I have so much love for him. I love him with all of my heart. No matter how many times we fight or what we go through. I know that I’ll always love him. We promised each other forever, and that means so much to me.

The most important thing is that we have plans for the future. I know things will get better and easier once we close the distance, but I’ll keep fighting from a distance as long as I have to. No matter where you are, and no matter where your loved one is, you can do it. The love is worth it.

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