Today I'm linking up with Karla at Forever Newly Wedded and Veronica over at Passion, Pink, & Pearls for the Newlywed Game, week 2! This linkup was super fun last week and I had so much fun reading everyones answers. So excited to be participating again this week!
1. What was it about your spouse that made you think they were "the one"?
Her: The first night we were introduced to each other, we literally talked for 8 hours straight. We starting talking as everyone else started to trail off to bed and we talked, and talked, and talked, we watched the sunrise and talked some more. Then we realized it was 8 am and decided maybe we should sleep for a couple hours. There aren't too many people you can talk with for that length of time!
Him: She was the first woman I could be myself around. She was smart, goofy, beautiful, and never got annoying. We were just instant matches.
Him: Simple I think. We are going to enjoy just spending time with each other.
Him: Definitely me. I always know where to start, she does not like to talk.
Him: 3, 2 boys and a girl.
Him: Courtney, and I would hope so since we live together. It is not always easy but we have pretty much lived together for 5 years.
Him: I would be very surprised. She would feel bad if we disobeyed a sign saying not to step on the grass. I would ask her for the whole truth and make sure she was never caught. I couldn’t find a better woman. And I also probably don’t want to anger an ex-convict.
Him: Stop setting her alarm 40 minutes before she is going to wake up. Especially because I want to wake up an hour and half after that. While we are at it, also stop turning the light on and leaving the door open. I’m trying to sleep. Figure something else out.
Him: No, but it was still wonderful. The biggest issue was missing the free breakfast at our inn and not taking full advantage of it. We bought maple syrup from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre family. And then the car died when we were on our way to a massage. And again when we were trying to go home. We should have just stayed in Vermont. (seriously, I can't believe he just brought this up! I swear I'll be 97 and still hearing about that free breakfast we missed!)