If you ask Bryan what he recalls from the very first moment he fell in love, you have to be careful about what to believe or not. From my series of coffeehouse conversations on different themes, this was recorded at the Bardo Coffeehouse in Denver.
From a series of conversations in Denver-area coffeehouses…here is Ron at the Bardo Coffeehouse on South Broadway. I asked when was the moment he first knew he was in love. He doesn’t use that word for anyone except his daughter.
From a series of conversations in Denver-area coffeehouses…here is Matt at the Bardo Coffeehouse on South Broadway. I asked when was the moment he first knew he was in love. He was young and the Crowded House song “Hey Now” was playing in the basement of a friend’s house.
I asked Amanda at the Bardo Coffeehouse in Denver when was the moment when she first knew she was in love. For her, it wasn’t the moment itself but what happened leading up to it and afterward that is most important.
At the Bardo Coffeehouse in Denver I asked folks what they recall from the moment they first fell in love. Wes was in high school and he says he couldn’t find words to describe it, but he does find words to tell me about how love since that time can be really hard.
Sirena’s memory of the first time she knew she was in love is quite vivid. She tells me details from a relationship that was electric. But not everything worked out quite as planned. From my series of conversations on different themes, recorded in Denver. This one from the Bardo Coffeehouse.
From a series of coffeehouse conversations in Denver, this one recorded at The Market in Larimer Square. I asked Rebecca what was the moment she first knew she was in love. She was sitting on her butt in snow, calling a friend.
Dave says his last relationship ended because while they were great friends, they were like oil and water once they were under the same roof. Oh, and then there were the tomatoes! From a series of conversations at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse on why people split up.
From a series of interviews on a theme of “My Last Relationship Ended Because,” Terry tells me about how much work his last relationship took and the toll a long-distance move had on both of them. Recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse in Denver, CO.
Meg didn’t mean to arrive at her breakup conversation so amped up on adrenaline, but she did. What happened next involved hurling an item at the ex and refusing to talk about emotions. From my series of conversations on different themes at Denver-area coffeehouses.