I would say, at this point in life anyways, the time I decided to go to university. I remember being so bored and tired of life, and making the decision to go back has been the best thing I've done in a lone time. Now two years into a degree for Computer Science/Business and loving it.
This may be a long one, but it means everything to me...
February 15th, 2011... I was single and bored, and for some reason I decided to sign on to MSN. I wasn't expecting anyone to be on because, well, it was MSN.. but much to my delight there was 1 person online..
I had no idea who this person was, or how they were in my contact list, but I figured I would take the chance and talk to them. Little did I know that this girl was quite literally everything I had been searching for in a soul-mate, and I know it may sound crazy but I just had that feeling inside (no, it wasn't gas). We instantly hit it off and within the next few weeks had become the best of friends...
On March 19th, 2011, I knew what I had to do.. I asked her to be my girlfriend, to which she so happily said "YES!". Months and months went by, we fell further and further for each other. I knew there was nobody else in this world I wanted to spend my life with, so on New Years Eve, just as the clock struck midnight, I got down on one knee and asked her to be my wife. I told her just how much she's changed my life within the 9.5 months, and how I wanted to start the new year the best way possible, with her as my fiancé. With tears flowing from those chocolate-brown eyes that make my heart melt whenever I catch a glimpse.. a smile so bright and beautiful that the fireworks in the background seemed like sparks from a camp-fire.. she said "Yes!".
I assure you that you have no reason to be either skeptical or jealous.
This will sound ridiculous (and im not ashamed of posting it, or anything else for that matter)... but my "goal" of 2010 was to find someone. By the end of the year I was still single, so my goal for 2011 was to just live life to the fullest and be happy. Still search for that someone, but not let it overtake me.. and somehow within the first 2 months, I met her.
Now, im not sure if it's the whole "good things come to those who wait" or not.. but my advice to anyone is to just go on with your life. Be happy, because if a woman/man is given the impression that you aren't, why would they want to spend time with you? Live your life like you would everyday.. of course you can still search for that someone, but don't let it control you!