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I am putting this in Everyday Life, although it is something that has happened only once in a lifetime for me. And I thought I would tell the story before Richard does because he tells it entirely different.
It was September 1972 and I was in my third semester at college. I was getting up at 4:30 in the morning to catch a bus and not getting home until 7:00 at night. I was exhausted so I talked Mom into letting me move to Hammond. That move changed my life. The first time I saw Richard was at my roommates boyfriends house. We went over there and he was sitting on the front porch. He said no one was home, not the real talkative type, but I knew as soon as I saw him that we would be together the rest of our lives. The next time I saw him was sitting in the yard at his house, I was riding a bicycle and he sicced his dog on me to try and get me to stop. I kept on going. The third time I saw him was at the local bar when he poured me a glass of beer from his pitcher. I, of course, asked my roommate who he was and she just said a friend of Skips, her bf. Well one day I was hanging around my apartment and who should show up, my roomie, with Richard in tow. Her exact words, "This is my roommate Sharon, Sharon this is Richard, bye I gotta go to work." I was dumbfounded, but we got to talking and we went out, and I guess something clicked because we have been together ever since.
Now for his side of the story, "She pitched a tent in my front yard and my Mom said I'd better go out with her so she would leave." Likely story huh.
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I do like the tent idea. It does sound like the stars were properly aligned in September 1972.
Actually Sharon pitched a tent in my yard and refused to leave and has been following me around every since. No It really happened just like that
Yes Richard we believe every word of YOUR version!!! LOL Got to keep the inmates happy eh Sharon?
Awwww, great story Sharon. Your story is interesting also Reggae :D
Please tell Eileen, I love how we met stories.
I liked your story, Cajunbelle.
Love your story Cajunbelle as for Richard's well thats our Richard.:)
Yours is infinitely more romantic! I won't even look at Richard's version unless he rhymes it in iambic pentameter!
So nice to have the memories. I enjoyed the reading it, I do not know you, but between the lines you seem very happy. so romantic.
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