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“I Knew I Loved Her When…”

  • “My favorite aunt, who is the best cook in my family, invited me over for one of her annual feasts, and I opted to stay home and watch movies with my girl instead.”

  • “At my best friend’s bachelor party, I couldn’t concentrate or really get into the fun, because I kept thinking about her.  When I got up to leave before the party was over, (I pretended that I had to go and take care of some business) a friend teased me and said, ‘Man, you must really be in love.’  I felt embarrassed by his comment.  But when I got outside, I realized I was.”

  • “On our first date, I accidentally spilled red wine on her white dress, and she didn’t jump up and run off into the ladies room, like she had been scalded.  She just sat there and calmly wiped it dry with a napkin.  I apologized profusely and offered to buy her a new dress.  But she assured me that her cleaners could get the stain out.  I was so impressed, that on the way home, I took her to an all night boutique and bought her two new dresses.  We got married two months later.”

  • “She had a very artful way of making me do whatever she wanted me to do regardless of how ridiculous it seemed to me.  When she convinced me to take my mother for a expensive helicopter ride on her birthday, I knew she was the woman I wanted to spend the rest of my life with.”

  • “We were out having dinner one night, and a man at another table couldn’t eat for looking at her.  I became so jealous that I stopped eating.  It made me realize that I couldn’t stand the thought of her being with someone else.  After ducking and dodging the issue of marriage for two years, I proposed that night, and I couldn’t be happier.”

  • “One day my dad referred to us a good-looking couple, and my stomach dropped to my knees.”

  • “I don’t care what was up with me.  If something didn’t go right or whatever, she could always make me laugh and forget my aggravation.  I lost a real tough case in court one day, and she was waiting outside the court building with two balloons.  One read, “You’re the Greatest Lawyer In The World”, and the other read, “Every future Supreme Court Justice needs a wife.” We got married that weekend in Vegas.”
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