Now that all of the dust from Valentine's Day has finally settled and people are back to being themselves, where do we go to from here. I often wonder if love is meant to be stagnant, "Well, we've been married for years so you know, why even try after all of this time..."
Funny how time can be both a blessing and a curse. How many of you remember the first time you saw that particular someone who made your heart skip a beat, I'm referencing seeing them for the first time and thinking, as in the words of one of my closest friend's, "I want them, I love them, I gotta have them"?
The words might be a little caveman-like in thought but the message is so real. I mean seriously if I were to ask you to name two people who've made your heart skip a beat over the course of your lifetime, you'd more than likely be able to tell me the person(s), the setting(s), and the feeling(s) behind your heart palpitation.
Now if I were to ask you when the last time you looked at your significant other and said (out of the blue), "I love you, I want you, I need you..." many of you would laugh/smirk and say, "Stop it, no one says that after so much time has passed."
So when does the honeymoon end and the marriage begin? I'm not saying that I'm going to look my best 24/7/365 or be Mr. Romantic 28 out of 30 days of the month, however, I am saying that there isn't going to be a moment as to when I stop trying to impress my mate.
You see feelings are a great thing to have and to use, it was due to them you landed your first hand to hold, fuzzy "feeling" to have, first set of lips to kiss, and courage to walk over and say, "Hi, my name is..."
Do not lose feeling in your heart...
(Brookings, OR) - Shadow of Feelings