S: Forever & Always
BC: Made for You Just By Me
1: Quatro | quattuor | Vier | Quatre | Happy 4 Years!
3: It doesn't matter where you go in life, what you do ..... it's who you have beside you.
4: Love begins in a moment, grows over time, and lasts for eternity.
7: SPRING BREAK
8: Side by side, year by year...
9: Knowing you will be with me in all my tomorrows, makes my today so wonderful.
11: Find a guy who calls you beautiful instead of hot, who calls you back when you hang up on him, who will lie under the stars and listen to your heartbeat, or will stay awake just to watch you sleep... wait for the boy who kisses your forehead, who wants to show you off to the world when you are in sweats, who holds your hand in front of his friends, who thinks you' re just as pretty without makeup on. One who is constantly reminding you of how much he cares and how lucky he is to have YOU... The one who turns to his friends and says, "thats her."
12: We are living happily ever after...
14: If you count all the stars in the sky, all the grains of sand in the oceans, all the roses in the world and all the smiles that have ever been, then you will have a sample of how much I love you. | love
16: F.A.A. | O L I F L I F | BABERS
17: L O M E L
19: Love is when you can't be apart from someone for too long...you're always thinking of them, and when you're with them you never want to say goodbye.
20: EUROPEAN ADVENTURE
22: Long-distance couples make it work on Valentine's Day Last Valentine's Day, Curt Siegmeister highlighted all the words in a Merriam-Webster dictionary that reminded him of his girlfriend and renamed the dictionary "All the Words that Remind Me of You." He set up a candlelit dinner with two champagne glasses filled with her favorite drink, green tea, and burritos from their favorite place to eat, Moe's Southwest Grill. However, this year, Siegmeister and his girlfriend, Amanda McDonald, will be apart on Valentine's Day. Siegmeister, a finance sophomore at UF, and McDonald, a marketing sophomore at Florida State University, have been in a relationship for four years, two of which have been long distance. They're not alone. By the time students finish college, about 60 percent to 80 percent will have had a long-distance relationship, explains Dr. Gregory T. Guldner in his book "Long Distance Relationships: The Complete Guide." The 19-year-olds said communication has been the key to their long-distance relationship. Four years after their first date, they still talk on the phone three to four times a day. "Sometimes, I get the most precious little love messages of Curt professing his love to me while I'm in class," McDonald said in a phone interview. It does not matter whether a couple spends Valentine's Day together, said Kim McCall, UF professor of interpersonal communications. A commitment to each other and constant communication is what matters, she said. For example, McDonald and Siegmeister take turns making the two-hour drive to visit each other about twice a month. "It's kind of fun being in a long-distance relationship," McDonald said. "When he's here, I get to show him off to my friends, and when I'm there, he gets to show me off to all his friends." McDonald started her second year at FSU on the wrong foot when she realized accounting was not the right major for her. Siegmeister would console her over the phone. One night after crying on the phone with him, McDonald heard a knock at her door and was surprised to see Siegmeister standing before her. He had driven to Tallahassee to give her a kiss, even though he had to drive back that same night to go to class the next morning. "Sometimes I feel like our relationship is a little fairy tale," McDonald said, "and that you have to pinch me to wake me up."