Abby initially thought love was taking care of someone, even if he wasn’t reciprocating. It’s just what you do, she thought. But now she associates love as an action, a verb. Please also see in this set David’s responses, as he and Abby are together now.
David remembers smiling all the time when he first knew that he was in love. That relationship changed and the smiles were fewer and farther between, but David always knew he’d smile again someday. Please also see Abby from this set, as she and David are together now.
Sometimes it’s a bumpy ride to love. Claire and her boyfriend had been on a break after a bunch of fighting. But on a snowy night in Denver, something changed for the “young punks in love.” Another in my series of interviews on different themes recorded at Kaladi Coffee in Denver.
Melissa was married the moment she knew she was in love. But it wasn’t her husband that grabbed her attention. Several years and two divorces later, that love is blossoming. Recorded at Kaladi Coffeehouse in Denver.
All it took for Scott to know that he was in love was the moment he first held the hand of the woman who would become his wife. From my series of conversations at Denver-area coffeehouses, this was recorded at Kaladi Coffee on East Evans.
I asked folks at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver what they remember from the first moment they knew they were in love. Yolanda tells me that it wasn’t a romance with a man but rather the moment her daughter was born.
From a series of conversations on different themes recorded in Denver-area coffeehouses, this theme is “The Moment I First Knew I Was In Love.” Joel says it happened just as his girlfriend was scheduled to move across the country.