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Anonymous: I'm 20 and can't imagine having anything in common with someone in high school. Did Megan's age ever bother you in the beginning?

internetcallgirl:

When we first met, she was 16 and I was 19. I didn’t know how old she was until after we exchanged quite a few messages. She was so well-spoken and articulate with her words and passionate and opinionated and intelligent and just WONDERFUL, and so different from anyone I had ever met. I’ll admit, the age difference concerned me at first. I thought, I’ve been out of high school for two years and she’s got two years left, how the hell could this possibly work? But then I realized that there is so much more to a person than just what level of schooling they’re at. School is obviously a huge priority to both of us, but because we want to get degrees and jobs to support ourselves and the ones we love. She’s not engaged in high school drama. We talk about the drama in her life, but only about legitimate things that affect her on a personal level, not “oh my god, who’s dating who?”. And we don’t just talk about high school and college. We talk about our career goals, our political opinions, our morals, our families, our hopes for our lives, our biggest dreams, our fears, our insecurities, love, heartbreak, movies, books, celebrities, and all sorts of things. We love all the same music. We’re subscribed to all the same channels on YouTube. We have identical texting styles. We’re both night owls. We hate mornings. We’re obsessed with Taco Bell and Starbucks. We can’t wait to be done with school and working at jobs we love. We both want to live in California. We want a baby when we’re much older. When I talk to her, I never find myself thinking about how much younger she is (which, by the way, isn’t very much, as she’ll be 18 in September), I find myself thinking about how deep and fascinating and smart she is. We don’t run out of things to talk about, but we can sit in silence and be completely comfortable. There is no pressure, no big expectations, just complete understanding. We help each other through rough things in our personal lives. We both have jobs so we talk about co-workers and long shifts and paychecks. We have cats and we make them greet each other over Skype. We online shop together. We have so much in common on both superficial and deep emotional levels. It isn’t just someone who is in college dating someone who is in high school. It’s a person dating a person. It’s legal, it’s consensual, and it’s not going to go anywhere. She’s my whole world, and I’m going to marry her. I don’t expect most people to understand, but we understand, and that’s all that matters. Our relationship is ours, and we have never once felt the need for validation. We’re happy, our families are happy for us, our friends are happy, everyone that truly matters is happy. She’s different. I can’t explain it in a way that anyone could ever understand. But a small part of me doesn’t want to. I just want to embrace the uniqueness of it all. I love her, and that’s all that matters.

You are the most perfect human being that has ever walked the face of this earth. I love you and I love the amazing relationship that we share. I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. 

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toalltheirown:

I miss her when she’s not around, you know? She does a lot for the feels region
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meganandhayley:

Hello lovelies!
If you don’t already know, we’re Hayley and Megan, a long distance couple from the United States. Hayley is from Washington State and Megan is from Indiana. We met here on tumblr on June 10, 2013 and began dating on July 17, 2013. We’ve been together for over 9 months now and are ridiculously in love. We met in person for the first time in December of 2013 just before Christmas and it was the best 6 days of our lives.
Here is our YouTube channel.
Here is the video of our first meeting.
Here is our December 2013 visit montage.
Our next trip is scheduled for June of this year, with a solidly planned trip the following September, but we’ve run in to some issues regarding the trip in June.
For June, Megan, her mom, and her sister will be driving to Washington from Indiana. This is so that our families can meet, something we’ve wanted since we started dating. Family is incredibly important to us, and we want to have everyone together as soon as we can. Since Hayley is visiting Megan in Indiana in September, the next opportunity for her to meet Hayley’s family, besides this June, is December of 2014, and then our families wouldn’t be able to meet until June of 2015. This isn’t ideal, since our families meeting would make things a lot easier for us, so we want to avoid having to wait that long.
The main issue here is finances. Logistically, Megan and her family could drive from Indiana to Washington over a 2 or 3 day time period and spend the week in Seattle with my family. Megan would then remain in Washington for an extra week after her family drove home to go back to my college town with me to have a week alone as a couple and then return to Seattle the following weekend for Pride 2014. We’ve saved enough for Megan’s ticket home, but we’ve run in to some issues financing the trip from Indiana to Washington and back. Megan’s family has been tight on money this year after her mom had a fall at work and was unable to go to her job for a month. We both have jobs and attend school full time but between rent, medical bills, and other expenses, things have been really tight.
What we are asking for is your help. We are doing everything we can to save money, but we need some other options. If you want to help, here’s how:
Hayley has ads on her blog. She makes a small amount of money for every click. Clicking once a day helps more than you can imagine. Click here for Hayley’s blog.
We will both be selling clothes, books, and other things on eBay. Click here for our eBay page.
Hayley will be making custom banners, icons, and headers for blogs, YouTube channels, and Twitter for $5. Click here to request a banner.
And finally, we would not even put this as an option if we didn’t feel there was a chance it would help, you can make a small donation to us. We do not encourage or request this at all, but several people in the past have expressed interest in donating a few dollars to us and we would be eternally grateful. We will follow you, promote your blog on this blog and our personals, make you banners, and do basically whatever you want in return (apart from sexual favors. Hey now!) The donation button is at the bottom of the sidebar on our blog.
We cannot even express to you all how much your support over the last 10 months has meant to us. There are a lot of things that could have stopped us from being able to be together, but we continue to do whatever we can to beat down obstacles. We believe our love is strong enough to conquer anything, and we want to show others that love can do anything.
If you have any questions, please feel free to message Hayley either here or at her personal blog. We will not respond to or acknowledge any hate messages this post may garner. We understand that this is asking a lot of people, but we figured there is no harm in asking and people will only click, buy, or donate if they truly want to.
We love you all to the moon and back.
Hayley & Megan
Anonymous: Megan, your eyes are such an incredible colour

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