Love  

rm_xxSpecialKxx 45F
2785 posts
7/20/2006 3:05 pm

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Love

How many times have you really truly been in love during your life?
Never
Once
Twice
Three
Four
Five
I fall in love all the time
Comments on this subject are soo soo welcome x


xxxtallorderxxx 46M

7/20/2006 10:33 pm

Just once, and was brokenhearted for a very long time, and it seemed everyone in my family thought it was the right thing and I didn't. I later found out she had been sleeping with a married man behind my back, and the rest is history...

xxxtallorderxxx


rm_xxSpecialKxx 45F
1614 posts
7/20/2006 11:45 pm

Big hugs n kisses Tall you know what its her loss babyyyyy and the worlds gain mwahhhh have a fab day and thank you for sharing with us xxxxx k

love really can hurt can it but we still go back 4 more were all mad i tell you he he x k


ShooooM 43M
340 posts
7/21/2006 1:33 am

Just the once also but they havent & dont feel the same `ill say no more always k x


RavenBeauty5 55M/59F
64 posts
7/21/2006 1:52 am

I believe that the operative word here is truly. I can say there have been a few times that I thought I was in love. I will also have to say that I was in love with a woman even went as far as say I do. That one ended in divorce this past June...thank god. I thought it was destined since she was the opposite tribe of what I am, the fact that our parents are from the same village, the fact that our fathers were best friends, and so on, etc, and all that stuff. Boy was I wrong. I believe that I was thinking of love and not feeling it. I tried to rationalize everything. I didn't feel true love until I met the future mrs. raven. I was so turned off by the thought of marriage that it took a long time for me to even propose. My perception of being part of a couple was definitely off. We had our share of problems when our relationship was young, but we kept up in communication. That is what saved our relationship from ending instead of escalating. When we resolved our differences I knew it was my distorted view of marriage and couples that made it hard. I had made up my mind that I wanted to marry this patient woman. The difference this time is that I feel the love and know what it means to be truly in love. I had received a large insurance check and already had an idea of what I wanted to do with it. I bought her a vehicle, I bought this new comp, I bought plane tix to Albuerquerque so we could attend a powwow, and finally a set of rings. Mrs was so happy the day I had bought her vehicle because it was exactly what she wanted. We had a couple of people show us vehicles. I had already been out shopping by myself while she was working. I had look at rings and decided on a set of rings; an engagement and wedding ring. A man showed us a vehicle and I went to the bank to get the owner a cashier's check. I bought the vehicle and mrs was in heaven. First it was the vehicle that she envisioned and wanted, second no one had ever bought her a vehicle before. She told me that she would remember this day forever and would be hard to top all this. I told her I could because I had the rings stashed away waiting for the perfect moment. We had family over all day so was waiting for a private moment. It didn't show up until the end of the day when everyone finally went to bed. We didn't go to bed to sleep either. When we had finished making love we were laying there in bed when I told her that I had one more present. I gave her small jewelry box and she immediately opened it. She started to cry and I could feel in my heart that true love was found in future mrs raven.


buddhamike 105M
7006 posts
7/21/2006 8:38 am

There is love and then there is love. The way you love a mother is not the same as the way you love a lover, or the way you love your best friend. Based on that, without getting into great detail, I voted "I fall in love all of the time", because I do in one way or another.


rm_xxSpecialKxx 45F
1614 posts
7/21/2006 1:22 pm

    Quoting ShooooM:
    Just the once also but they havent & dont feel the same `ill say no more always k x
oooh ok not sure if i should be nosey here or not what do you think folks??? xxxkim lovin these new smilies x


rm_xxSpecialKxx 45F
1614 posts
7/21/2006 1:24 pm

    Quoting RavenBeauty5:
    I believe that the operative word here is truly. I can say there have been a few times that I thought I was in love. I will also have to say that I was in love with a woman even went as far as say I do. That one ended in divorce this past June...thank god. I thought it was destined since she was the opposite tribe of what I am, the fact that our parents are from the same village, the fact that our fathers were best friends, and so on, etc, and all that stuff. Boy was I wrong. I believe that I was thinking of love and not feeling it. I tried to rationalize everything. I didn't feel true love until I met the future mrs. raven. I was so turned off by the thought of marriage that it took a long time for me to even propose. My perception of being part of a couple was definitely off. We had our share of problems when our relationship was young, but we kept up in communication. That is what saved our relationship from ending instead of escalating. When we resolved our differences I knew it was my distorted view of marriage and couples that made it hard. I had made up my mind that I wanted to marry this patient woman. The difference this time is that I feel the love and know what it means to be truly in love. I had received a large insurance check and already had an idea of what I wanted to do with it. I bought her a vehicle, I bought this new comp, I bought plane tix to Albuerquerque so we could attend a powwow, and finally a set of rings. Mrs was so happy the day I had bought her vehicle because it was exactly what she wanted. We had a couple of people show us vehicles. I had already been out shopping by myself while she was working. I had look at rings and decided on a set of rings; an engagement and wedding ring. A man showed us a vehicle and I went to the bank to get the owner a cashier's check. I bought the vehicle and mrs was in heaven. First it was the vehicle that she envisioned and wanted, second no one had ever bought her a vehicle before. She told me that she would remember this day forever and would be hard to top all this. I told her I could because I had the rings stashed away waiting for the perfect moment. We had family over all day so was waiting for a private moment. It didn't show up until the end of the day when everyone finally went to bed. We didn't go to bed to sleep either. When we had finished making love we were laying there in bed when I told her that I had one more present. I gave her small jewelry box and she immediately opened it. She started to cry and I could feel in my heart that true love was found in future mrs raven.
Raven good to see you as always thank you so much for sharing once again your very valuable comments with us mwah luffs you guys loads xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx k ty x


rm_xxSpecialKxx 45F
1614 posts
7/21/2006 1:27 pm

    Quoting buddhamike:
    There is love and then there is love. The way you love a mother is not the same as the way you love a lover, or the way you love your best friend. Based on that, without getting into great detail, I voted "I fall in love all of the time", because I do in one way or another.
Hiya Mike and ty yet again your right and thank you so much for posting i love having you here hurrry back xxxk


rm_xxSpecialKxx 45F
1614 posts
7/21/2006 1:28 pm

    Quoting TakethemoneyRUN:
    I fell in love from Monday June 24th 1994 5:34 pm until
    Monday June 24th 1994 8:44 pm

    That was certainly the love of my life.
    I love those long lasting relationships.
hiya takethemoney x mwahhhhh
im honoured youve frequented my humble blog lol and im impressed with your willing to commit lol keep up the good work hunny aint love grand ha??? big hugs xxk


ShooooM 43M
340 posts
7/22/2006 7:12 am

Lets just say its been in the last year x


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