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Long Distance Love

Time Stands Still
Dedicated to David Myers

Submitted by Mary

The first time I went to Hawaii, I was a little girl of four years. My father shocked his six children on Christmas morning, saying, "I didn't buy anything this year, because were going to Hawaii instead." During the week and a half I was in paradise, I met a young local boy around my age on the beach named David. We became best friends while I stayed on the island and played together all over Pearl Harbor.

Ten years later, David wound up in my junior class. We were shocked to see each other again, and right away it was as if no time had passed between my time in Hawaii and the present. David and I were best friends again. Two years later David said goodbye to me as he began his own adventures in the Navy. A year after being in the Navy, David once again found himself in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

I missed David so much, and dearly wanted to see him. I saved up every penny I could, and two years later I shocked him with a surprise visit. On the plane ride there, I told everyone of my dear friend David. When I walked into the airport, I was in his arms before either of us could say anything. I stayed in Hawaii for one and a half weeks. During my time there I once again played on the beautiful beaches, went 4-by-4ing on the island, enjoyed a lovely dinner cruise called Nava Tack with him, and danced every night away.

I fell in love with my best friend one night during a dance on the beach under the stars. In that one moment I felt like I was still that little girl full of energy, ready to take on the world with my best friend. David asked me one night, if we were ever to be in Hawaii together again if I would marry him. I said yes, I would.

It is now two years later, and David is out of the Navy and back home. David and I are still best friends and more. We'll see what destiny has in store for us.

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