How you doing? (insert Joey’s voice)
This is the story of Betty and Veronica more so of Veronica because she discovered later in life who she really is.
Although Betty is my bestie, I have also got to know Vee really well once they began dating. Vee and B met way back in 2013 at those events with excuses to drink and dance all night. Vee has also had friends who are bi sexual, gay and lesbain so she made some friends through her LGB circle.
When she met B, she later confessed she was awestruck, not just because of her beauty or her charm but her personality. She was instantly attracted to B. Veronica did not tell any of her friends because she did not think it would go anywehere and anyway she was “straight”.
Betty also felt something but did not try make a move because she was straight and would not want to be rejected or embarassed.
They exchanged numbers and talked a little bit but it was just friendship. Vee said Betty did not seem interested and her conversation was so nonchalant and distant. Remember what I said about Betty not being good at expressing herself? well she has come from very very far.
Their lives continued and they met again in 2015 and this time Vee could not keep it to herself, how could someone she met years ago still make her heart skip a beat? and a woman of all people. The good thing was this time it seemed mutual on Betty’s part too.
As people say, the rest is history. Veronica has never been this happy, fulfilled, content and herself as in this relationship with Betty. They may not always have roses and rainbows in their relationship but she says, it never worked with anyone else…because nobody was Betty. She wants no man and says this feels right. She has always been curious about women ever since she was in love with her high school desk mate back in the day. The desk mate Beatrice did not know. It was a secret only Vee knew. Ever since she met Betty, she knew she could not let her go. It is not everyday that happiness knocks on your door.
Please share the story of how you discovered the real you. I would love to read it. Also, open that door to your happiness, it is all about you and what makes you happy. Be free! Be you!
Long live Betty and Veronica