Poem: Love at first sight never ending..

As it’s Valentine’s night, it feels appropriate to re-blog this poem about my ‘love at first sight’ experience which regardless of family opposition (probably the look on my mum’s face says it all… haha)… but here we are regardless of the ups and down’s of life and our love for each other is going strong. My hubby – the wind beneath my wings….

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Love at first sight

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  1. Aww lovely belated happy valentines

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    1. Wendy says:

      Very much appreciated xx

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  2. karenlee says:

    Simply lovely. ❤

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    1. Wendy says:

      Thank you so much xxx

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    1. Wendy says:

      Thank you so much… inspired by true love.. x

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        1. Wendy says:

          Aww – thank you! x

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  3. Miriam says:

    What a beautiful poem Wendy. Wow, 40 years, how absolutely awesome. Here’s to many many more. Happy belated Valentine’s Day lovely lady ❤️ P.S What a great photo. xo

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    1. Wendy says:

      Thanks Miriam.. yep – classic 1980’s photo! … those ruffles – haha! x

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      1. Miriam says:

        Oh yes, very classic. xo

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        1. Wendy says:

          Can you see my mum’s face… ‘unimpressed’… They’d said they wouldn’t come to the wedding .. and they didn’t but they did turn up outside the registry office in the end… Life! x

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          1. Miriam says:

            Oh my! And look at you now, 40!years on. Yes, life! x

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          2. Wendy says:

            Yep – the funny thing was my mum went to both my sister’s weddings….. and both ended up divorced – twice! I suspect it was my stubborn streak that was determined to prove mum wrong in those early days that saw us through a few of the ‘low’ moments! haha xx

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  4. Sumith says:

    Belated valentines wished Wendy!

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    1. Wendy says:

      Thanks Sumith and vice versa! Hope you managed to spend some quality time with your lovely family! x

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      1. Sumith says:

        Thanks a lot Wendy!

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        1. Wendy says:

          You’re very welcome Sumith! x

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  5. Joëlle says:

    I can totally relate to several things here:
    1) the long-lasting love
    2) the Diana period (my hairdo for our wedding, ha!)
    3) the doubtful family… I was marrying a foreigner they only got to meet two months before!
    I love your poem. 🙂

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    1. Wendy says:

      Thanks so much Joelle.. how funny we were with those Princess Diana frills and haircuts! I have to laugh at the disapproving look on my mum’s face.. she got over it and loved hubby to bits in the end.. it took her a couple of years to come round.. xx

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