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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Instant Chemistry

Falling in love with my best friend was just a bonus! 
October 31st 2003
Megan wasn't supposed to be out, especially at a party and especially  not in Costa Mesa. Christian being the 'Hooligan' he was at that age, just so happened to be at the same party "scoping" the place out for chicks.

Christian had his eye on Meg pretty much the whole night and eventually got the nerve to say "Hello" or wait more like "Hey BabyGirlllll".
So with a typical eye roll Meg turned around ready to tell this kid to buzz off BUT instead was pleasantly surprised who she was to be greeted by.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Do What You Have To Do

"Nobody said it was easy,
Nobody ever said it would be so hard."   Coldplay "The Scientist"
I met my fiance, in college. Yup, we're college sweethearts and our romance is just another college sweetheart romance. I basically stalked him because I found him interesting, quiet, mysterious, you know the type. I was always talking, talking, talking, and he just sat there and listened, wondering, I'm sure, why I kept seeking him out everyday. I found him fascinating and intellectual, not to mention, very handsome. But, we had very humble and controversial beginnings. I was in a relationship when we met with a guy I had been with for three years, and he was engaged (!) to a woman he'd been with for 5 years. My relationship had been going downhill for ages; my boyfriend was jealous, controlling, over-protective, not trusting, the whole nine yards. His relationship seemed to have been going downhill ever since they'd gotten engaged. She became suspicious, controlling, angry, and jealous. We became friends because we had a lot of classes together (our significant others were both out of school) and it really was just that! We were both failing physics, we were trying to get our requirements met so we could graduate. We each became a source of encouragement to the other.