Hi! We're Sean, from England, and Malle, from Denmark. We're around 500 miles (/800km) apart, but still are able to adore each other very much. We're here if you need any advice or help, just pop something in the ask box and we'll get back to you.
For thousands of years people have been travelling across the North Sea between our two countries. From when Cnut the Great took over most of England, trading between the nations lasting centuries, the North Sea has carried them between the two countries. The North Sea has been the route between Denmark and England for so long, but now it seems to be getting in the way. Splitting two people who mean the world to each other, becoming a barrier between the two places. The tumbling waves travelling from coast to coast preventing them from seeing each other and the two hearts becoming one. It’s now the sea that needs to be crossed, but cannot be done easily. Cannot be walked over, cannot be swam, or cannot be driven across only large, expensive transport can join us together in this modern age.
Malle is my everything, and although the sea keeps us physically apart, we will always be together in mind and in heart until the next time the sea can be conquered by us, and the distance is reduced from kilometres to centimetres and we’ll be able to be us. But until then the North Sea keeps us apart and I will forever hate it for that. For keeping me from being home.
For a bookshop. It had no name who it was from or anything. My mum started to tease me that it was from a creepy stalker somewhere. But we had to leave for some shopping and we left again. Now I’m home and I told Seanie about it, turns out he was sweet enough to send it to me as a surprise <3 He knows I love books and it’s just the sweetest. He forgot he ordered it, but awwww <3