"Talking." Courting. Dating. Becoming official. Moving in. Relationship-defining fights. The blessing of her parents. Proposal. Marriage.
I always believed that the whole journey should be honorable.
Maybe I'm just old-fashioned like that.
But I'm slowly opening up to the idea that maybe love doesn't have to follow that script to be honorable.
Sometimes a woman's love overlaps two men for a while before finally committing to the right one.
Sometimes the right one started off as a rebound.
Sometimes two people are right for each other even though some closest friends/family say it's wrong.
Sometimes the right one once dated a close friend.
Sometimes two people falling in love means someone on the outside has to get hurt.
Maybe when it comes to love, the only honor that's needed is two people that are meant for each other, finally finding each other.
And nothing else matters.