“I’m going to miss you so, so, so much,” you say as tears stream down your face. Your boyfriend, Liam, kisses you on the lips and wraps his arms around you. “I’m going to come back in a week,” he says. “It’s going to be okay.” Tears stream down your face. “I know that, but I also know that you are going to go so far on the X Factor and after that, you will always be busy,” you say through sobs. “But, I will always have time for my Angel,” he says hugging you. You cry into his chest, getting his shirt all wet. “Oh god, I’m going to miss you!” He finally said, breaking out into unstoppable sobs. You stand up on your tippy-toes so you can reach his lips and you kiss him. “Liam, Honey, let’s go,” you hear Liam’s mom say. “Good Luck,” you say. You turn around and watch as he walks away. He looks back at you, one more time, and blows you a kiss. You pretend to take it and then put in your back pocket. You stand there, even as Liam is out of sight, and cry. He was leaving to audition, again, for the X Factor, UK. He had auditioned when he was fourteen, but Simon Cowell said that he was too young. Now he was going back and you were positive that he would make it farther than he did before. You finally turn away and go home. For the rest of the day, you lay in your bed, staring at the ceiling, thinking about Liam and listening to a CD he recorded of all of the songs you loved to hear him sing. It was recorded from his computer, so it sounded kind of funny, but it was still the best gift you have ever received.
Two days later, your phone rings. On the screen, you see ‘Him<3’ as the caller ID. “Liam!” You say as you answer your phone. You could hear him crying. “What’s wrong?” You ask, honestly confused. He couldn’t have been rejected. He was so good, better than he was two years ago. “I made it,” is all he says. You scream. “I knew it!” You shout. “I am so proud of you. You are going to win this thing!” You say. “Thanks,” he says. “I’m coming home tomorrow and then I have to leave again in two weeks.” You frown. “So soon?” You ask. “Yah, I know. I’m sorry,” he says. “It’s okay. Liam, you are chasing your dreams. That’s absolutely amazing. I wouldn’t have the guts to chase mine. You are amazing and no matter how far away you are or how much I get to see you, I will always love you,” you say. “I love you, too, Angel,” You smile. “(Y/N)!” You hear your mom shout. “Oh, I have to go eat dinner. I will see you tomorrow?” You ask. “Can’t wait,” he replies. “I love you,” he says as he hangs up.