None of us want to just “exist” in life. Love is what makes life worth living. February 14th is Valentine’s Day. It is promoted to be a day you acknowledge your significant other. A lot of people say that this is a commercial holiday. That being said…Shouldn’t we celebrate Valentine’s Day every day? We only get one go around at this thing called life. Be happy in the moment. Make the choice to give your love freely with no holding back. You will be rewarded 10 fold. We asked some of our Facebook fans how they met the love of their life. Here are some of their answers, along with ours.
Sue H: We met long distance-Idaho and Texas. Physically met in February, 2007 and married 4 months later (after only seeing each other face to face 23 days!) Almost 14 years later….!!!
Jeanine L: After 7 years of being single I had finally given up on finding my true love. I was at the old Sunshine Lounge on Curtis when I spotted an incredibly handsome grey haired man at the bar. He saw me, came over and asked me to dance. We danced all night and when the bar closed we met up for breakfast, I gave him my phone number and went home. The next day he came over to my house and almost every day after that. I found the love of my life that night and we were married two years later. Basically, I got picked up in a bar and have thanked God every day since that night!
Willia Z: Oh my, what a story to be told. 30 years ago I was lying on my friend’s bed in Nampa flipping through his yearbook. My friend from high school (girl) was teaching him out to steal a street sign in 60 seconds. (Now I never said I was a good kid). I saw my husband in the yearbook and recognized him from running into each other over the years. My friend told me about him. Us girls left and I dropped my friend off at her house. My other friend was at my house and we called him (lied about our names). Him and his friend came over on his motorcycle and hung out in my yard. After that he would come to K-Mart (where I worked) to talk. I knew on day three, I was going to marry him someday. Funny thing on day three he told his friend he was going to marry me someday. True love just knows!!
Connie H: Think I was about 2, he was 3. My mom babysat him. Been friends ever since.
Joy T: Dance lessons at the Buffalo Club in Boise
Sarah & Dean
Jade & Myles
Jade Hendrickson: I met Myles in 2013 when I started working at Idaho Pizza. He was my supervisor and we were both in a relationship. We became friends and all 4 of us would always go play pool or catch up and just hangout. A few years go by and he found another job and I moved up to become Manager. We fell out of touch until a couple years later he applied at my store and by now we are both single. He asked me to dinner, 3 years later and a promise ring he still does ♥
Whether you have just met or you’ve been together for years, cherish the time that you get with your significant other. Enjoy each other and take time to learn about one another. Just when you think you’ve been together for a couple months years start to go by, but remember time fly’s when you’re having fun!