The good stuff in life

posted 3 years ago in Parenting
Post # 4
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1234 posts
Bumble bee

@jadlnc:   I had a similar moment with my SO. It’s kind of funny, because unlike you I didn’t realize at the time how often I would go back to this moment in the months to come to remind myself of why I am head over heels in love with him when things got rough.

It was my senior prom. Both of us wanted to call it an early night, since it was a long ride back to his place. After senior leadout, we agreed to wait for a slow song to have one last dance to then we’d head out. After half an hour, we gave up. My feet hurt, I couldn’t breathe because of my tight dress (the price you pay for a free dress), and he was hot and sweaty in his tux. So we trudged back out to the car, with me slightly dissapointed. But when we got to the car, he told me not to get in; he turned on the headlights, opened the car doors, and played our song. We danced in the headlights and to this day, it is one of my favorite memories. It’s the sweetest thing I think anyone has ever done for me. No money spent, no frills, but it was still an amazingly romantic moment and I will cherish it forever.

Post # 6
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716 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@ForeverBirds:  I have a similar experience. My daughter’s father and I were out at his friend’s house, playing beer pong in the garage. He had all of these cheesy string lights up. Anyway…. Everyone went inside, but my boyfriend told me to hold on. He turned everything off but the hanging lights and put on a slow song. I asked him what he was doing and he told me since I never got to go to prom, he hoped this one moment would give me somethin back. Even though we aren’t together anymore, I still tear up thinking about it.

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