OUR STORY

Before I met my husband, I was in the end of a 3 year relationship going nowhere fast.
My hope of meeting Mr. Right was rapidly fading.
I was only around 26, but I still felt time was running out.
Then, I put my refrigerator up for sale, he bought it and the rest is history!
So…we met in a funny way, but
it just goes to show you
that when you least expect it,
love happens!

Our paths were tangled, indirectly
We were unaware of

what was about to take place

The pace was swift and

it was fair to say

Our lives were about to change

I won’t rearrange the series of events
Some too laughable to erase

In any case

We crossed that bridge

through the sale of a Frig

Yes, don’t underestimate
what God can create humorously

that may become blissfully amazing

A month passed by
Hearts all a flutter

You better believe we were in love

Six months later
Riding a ski lift to the top

He popped the question

Six months after that
We said I do

A swift pace it was

because

We just knew

Now a little grayer
More laugh lines showing

Two kids still growing

We must be blessed

Sounds a bit crazy, however

It’s still love forever

Copyright 2011

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22 thoughts on “OUR STORY

  1. A great poem, and a similar story to mine, but not the fridge; a blind date, whilst visiting a friend out of town, trying to escape the pain of a break up from a three year relationship! Within a year married too! How about that, 23 years later and 3 kids…………. Thanks for sharing! πŸ™‚

  2. aww i really love this!! i smiled from the very beginning to the very end. really sweet. and i love the picture you included. i think your story is so cute, meeting over the refrigerator!!!

  3. Now a little grayer
    More laugh lines showing
    Two kids still growing
    We must be blessed
    Sounds a bit crazy, however
    It’s still love forever

    :’) this is too sweet. I really like your poetry.

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