is easy to understand.
It's when two people have been
looking at each other for years
that it becomes a miracle.
I love this saying. I remember finding the plaque with this saying on it at a craft fair one year and decided to give it to my folks who had been married over fifty years.
Do you believe in love at first sight?
I remember the day I met my husband. We clicked. Something about him drew me in. We talked all evening and just had a great time. By the way it was a blind date. So, some blind dates aren't all bad.
We've been together twenty-seven years. Most have been pretty good. Notice I didn't say perfect (lol) but we've had a good life together. And yes, we've both changed over the years. Gotten older. Hair has turned greyer. We don't have quite the get up and go we used to have, but it's not all bad. We're comfortable together. Yes, comfortable.
I know people who hate the idea of getting comfortable but I think it's a good thing. We know what each other likes. I even laugh sometimes because it seems we can read each other's mind. Scary? Sometimes.
Yes, I believe in love at first sight. There's that excitement, that passion, that wonder about what will happen next. It makes the world go round. But, after being together for a lot of year, I enjoy the comfortable too.
What about you?
In my newest story, A Tug At My Heart, Catherine and Zed experience the first stirrings of being drawn together even though they are both not in a place to start a new relationship. As they run into each other and spend time together, that stirring in the loins and the beating of their heart definitely pulls them. Do you think they will survive the test of time?
I'd love to hear your comments.
K. R. Baileywww.KRBailey.com