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1. How did you meet your husband/wife? My husband and I met at church. Hubby was the Minister of Music at a church that I started going to with my sister. We wanted a change from the church we had grown up in and started there together. We joined the choir and, of course, he was the director. I was in the choir for a year before he ever actually talked to me. But once we did start talking, we had a date within a couple weeks and then we started seeing each other almost every day. And then we married a little over a year later.
2. How did you know he/she was “the one”? I remember talking to my older sister and asking how you know if it's love and she said, "Cathy it's not like in the romance books. When you care more about what he wants than what you want then you know. From that point on I knew he was the one and here we are almost 32 years later and I still know without any doubt!
3. How did he propose? He really didn't. We started talking about getting married and what we wanted and then we actually picked out a ring, but he wouldn't let me have it until a day he had planned. We were going to a friends wedding (I was singing) and we stopped at a restaurant for some lunch and he gave me the ring then. It was perfect to me. I just wanted to marry the man. I didn't care about a big production.
4. Do you have any favorite stories from your marriage or about your husband/wife? I remember after the wedding we left and changed clothes and then we came back to the church because hubby had left his shoes in his office (remember he was on staff there). When he went inside and left me in the car alone I had a sudden panic attack. I remember thinking, "What in the world have I done. I have to live with this man for the rest of my life." It was like the first time I had any doubts. I prayed and then calmed down and to this day, I have never regretted that decision.
P.S.: After reading Rebecca Jo's post (click here) I was reminded that as of September 13th, I have been doing this blog for 12 years. Happy Blogging Anniversary to me.