When did you know?

People say, when you know, you know. Since I get to re-live love everday in my life, I know i'm partial, but I often wonder how true that is.

I fell in love with my best friend. No, really I did.

It's funny how some things will never be in your control. People will enter in and out of your life for a season, just long enough to effect you in a way that you are not prepared for, nor do you deserve. Today, amongst all the hustle and bustle of life and wedding season I thought about my friend and the bond that we share. Life is too short. Don't let a day go by without acknowledging the things that matter, thanking those that have helped you and praying for those with whom you've crossed paths to be blessed.

So, when did you "know"?


Affairs With Elegance said...

I knew I loved my husband about 3 months into the relationship. I knew he was THE ONE whe he said the most AWESOME prayer for me the day I had to have surgery. As soon as he finished, I said to myself "I'm gonna marry this man!" I did and I couldn't be happier.

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Tiffany said...

I truly believe "you just know". I knew after a really big fight, I was still oh so interested in what he was doing and still wanted to be with him. There were many other times that I just "knew". Even after 7 years of marriage, I look at him sometimes and again "I know".

Anonymous said...

I knew from the first moment that we kissed. I jolt of electricity went through my body and I knew that he was the one. After almost 7 years of marriage, I am starting to rethink that. Oh well.

Farrah said...

Didn't take me long to realize he was the one. I could truly be myself whenever I was around him.
Nevertheless, I fought it for a while because I wasn't ready to give up my single girl life I was leading - I knew we would be together forever.

Isis said...

Farrah, I could tell from the minute I met you two that there was a very strong kind of love between you and James. I'm so honored I was able to be a part of your day!

You ladies truly give me hope...even you ANONYMOUS, you'll get that "fire" back. Takes patience, time, understanding and a constant reminder of times when everything was good. You'll find it again.