Aaron Carpenter - Never ending love
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They all said that teenage loves don’t last long. That we were too young and it’s going to vanish as we grow older. Even my mom always just gave me a smile when I was talking about our future, she didn’t believe it’s going to happen, but we proved them wrong. But let’s start at the beginning.
At the very beginning of the hype over the Magcon boys my bestfriend became a screaming fangirl and made her parents buy her tickets to an event. Since she didn’t have anyone to go with I was honored to accompany her. I spent the night before the event with looking up who these guys were. I had to admit that they were good-looking and at least I could be around hot guys for a day. My bestfriend was all over the place when we arrived to the location and stood in the line. She wouldn’t stop talking about things I didn’t even know what they were, but others around us took this part, so I just had to wait until we got in.
“If I faint, let Nash take care of me,” she told me when we were almost at the door that led to the boys. I chuckled but then nodded knowing she really meant that.
The guard nodded to us that we were the next ones, he checked out our tickets and then the door opened in front of us. I heard my friend smother a scream as we stepped inside. She ran to them and started to jabber about everything, I couldn’t even understand what she was talking about, but the boys seemed to handle it well. I walked closer and planned on just to wait for her to finish, maybe do some photos, but it was her moment, I was just assisting. But then someone stepped to me as I was watching her laugh hysterically on something. I glanced to my left side and found the guy whose name was Aaron I think (my research didn’t seem to be enough at that moment), he was smiling at me.
“Hey, don’t you want to join her?” he asked nodding towards my friend.
“Um, no, I’m just her attendant,” I admitted feeling a bit awkward.
“Oh, so you are not a fan?” he asked raising his eyebrows.
“Not quite, sorry. But I know that you are Aaron, I did some research yesterday,” I said laughing and it seemed to amuse him too.
“Well, that’s nice from you. May I know your name?”
“I’m Y/N,” I replied and we shook hands which was a bit awkward but not that much. Aaron was a great company while my friend enjoyed every minute she had with the other guys. Then she started to take pictures with them, and at the end we took a group picture which included me as well.
“Thank you for coming,” Nash smiled at my friend and I thought she was going to faint right in that moment.
“Hey, um, can I ask you something?” Aaron asked turning to me running his fingers through his hair.
“Sure,” I nodded.
“Can I have you number? I mean, I understand if not, I just…” It was cute how he was stuttering, so I just stopped him and grabbed a card they had on a table that they could sign for the fans. Then I wrote down my number and gave it to him.
“See you later, Aaron,” I smiled at him and taking my friend’s hand I pulled her out of the room since our time was over.
He texted me right that night and our first date happened to be a week later. My friend was all over the place that I was dating one of the Magcon boys, but of course with time she got used to it and she became good friends with the boys.
Aaron and I got together a few weeks later officially. Dating him was so natural and easy, he was the best guy I had ever known even though we both were only fifteen. I won’t lie, I wasn’t planning big things with him, we were almost kids, but then months and years passed by and nothing changed. People were expecting us to split sooner or later, but that never happened. We could make things work with his career and with my studies and our teenager love became a strong relationship.
Four years later we both graduated, and we had a huge change in our life. It was obvious that Aaron wasn’t going to college, but I got into my Southwestern Law School. I was living in Thousand Oaks until then, which meant I wasn’t living that far from Los Angeles, but I had move there to attend college. Then Aaron suggested that we should move together. I mean, we had been together for four years, and it seemed like a good idea. We found the perfect apartment that was close to my school and we couldn’t wait until we could move in. Then the day came, and we officially became life partners.
“That’s the last box,” he announced closing the door with his hips and butting down the box that contained my books to the counter.
“Thank you,” I smiled at him putting the last plate to its place in the cabinet. “I’m done with the kitchen, we can do the clothes now.”
“Alright, let’s go.”
We started to unpack our clothes but then ended up having the most ridiculous fashion show ever. We both had some really lame clothes and started to try them on just so we could laugh on our taste. It was midnight when we finally finished with them, but we still had a lot of boxes that were waiting to get unpacked.
“I’m tired,” I sighed looking at them lying on the floor of our living room.
“Then we’ll just leave them for tomorrow.” That was a great idea, so I happily agreed on it. “Come on, let’s inaugurate our brand new shower,” he murmured grabbing me by my waist.
Needless to say it took some time to actually have a shower, we got distracted very easily by each other, but by two in the morning we finally got to bed.
“I can’t believe we just moved in together,” I whispered as we were lying in the dark, his arms around my waist and his hand under my shirt caressing my stomach gently.
“It feels like that it was only yesterday when I asked for your number,” he chuckled kissing my shoulder. I turned around in his arms and looked at him smiling.
“That was so sweet. I loved how nervous you were.”
“How could I not be nervous? I was fifteen, talking to a gorgeous girl who didn’t scream at me when I spoke to her. It was quite odd,” he laughed thinking back to that day.
“If someone tells you that one day we we’ll move in together, what would you say?” I asked biting my bottom lip.
“That yeah, sure dude. Shut up and get me something to drink.” I laughed at his answer and taking his face in my hands I kissed him. “What would have you said?”
“Probably the same. At the age of fifteen people don’t really expect to find their soulmate yet.”
“But we were lucky,” he replied brushing his knuckles against my cheek.
“Yes. And now we live together,” I smiled at him nuzzling my nose to his.
“And God knows what will happen next,” he said giving me a mysterious smile, but I knew he was talking about marriage.
We already discussed this topic and agreed on not rushing things. We didn’t have to do everything at once, moving in was the next step and maybe marriage will be one step too, but not now. We had plenty of time, but it was good to know that Aaron was thinking like that. After all those years I couldn’t imagine myself with anyone else than him either. And if in a few years we would really get married I would be happy to say that he was the first real love and then I would call him my husband.
But for now, he was my boyfriend I was living together with and I was more than happy with it.