I'm currently in love with a girl in my English class at the local community college. For now, we're only friends, but I remain hopeful that maybe that might change one day. But whatever happens is completely up to her. Her Choice.
She has long curly brown hair with matching brown eyes (think Belle when she has her hair down). She's very beautiful in physical terms, but she's leagues more beautiful for who she is as a human being. She is quite possibly the most kind and loving person I have ever met in my entire life, and she's very smart. She's been to foreign countries several times already in her life on missionary trips to help others in need, and intends to go out there again in the future. She wants to become a doctor one day. She wants to adopt a child, as well as have children of her own, both of which are things I have always wanted to do as well.
She saved me from falling into a mental and spiritual abyss just by being herself every single time she and I talked to each other after class. Getting to know her as a person has been one of my greatest experiences in life, and I can only hope to continue to get to know her better. I can talk to her better than I can with most other girls, which has in the past been due to my Asperger's. I found out that I can talk to her better than others because her younger brother has it too, only much more severe than me. She guessed right off the bat that I had it and was impressed by how I do a pretty good job of keeping it in control.
Like I said before, whatever happens (if anything), it's Her Choice.