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The Love of My Life

Posted on September 3, 2010 by under Life.    

Lately my wife has been watching these romantic Philippine movies from Netflix. Thanks to subtitles I can follow along pretty good. Some of the movies are not to bad, others are a little cheesy. However, they all have the same message. Man finds girl, falls in love with girl, girl falls in love with man, minor turmoil then everything works out for the best and they live happily ever after.

Watching all of these movies made me think about the relationship with my wife. We met almost 12 years ago. I fell in love with her the first time I saw her. I will never forget how she looked walking in to Walt’s bar and grill. Unfortunately, at the time she was with one of my coworkers. But I didn’t let that stop me.

I waited and when the opportunity presented itself I made my move. Luckily she liked geeky guys and I realised soon enough that she was just as into me as I was into her.

We had our turbulent moments. She even dumped me one time. But she returned and I accepted her with open arms. Ever since then we have been inseparable. People that don’t know us think we are newlyweds, people that do know us think that we are crazy. But we just tell all of them that they are jealous that they don’t have a love like ours.

I would not trade this life for anything. I tell my wife all the time that she is the best thing that ever happened to me and that I can not imagine my life without her. I also tell her that if not for her, I’d probably be a hermit and not ever leave my house.

She is my soul mate, the love of my life, and until the day I die, I will always be grateful that she came into my life.

I love you baby, always and forever.

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