do you miss me?

I don’t know how to explain it but there is something so romantic in the concept of being missed. Not only does that mean you made a lasting impression on someone, but it also means, that while you’re not there, you are still occupying their thoughts; their precious time is spent on you. While “I miss you” is not as powerful as the other famed 3-word phrase, it is still impactful in its own way.


So, who knows? Is it more satisfying to be missed or to be loved?



2 thoughts on “do you miss me?

  1. Hey! I miss you! In fact, I was talking with someone a little while back about how fun our voice lessons used to be. We would sing about half the time, and the other half would be you entertaining me. lol!

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