The first moment I lay eyes on Cyn, you're going to get the biggest hug you've ever had, from anyone.<br />
The last moment I ate cole slaw was also the first moment I ate it. And never again.<br />
A moment of truth was the one where the little girl hit my car so hard. Truthfully, it ended my way of life.
The first moment I met him we fell in love at first sight.<br />
The last time I saw him we shared a pizza and some truth about dreams and living on clouds; and I am sure that there will never be a last moment.
He is still with me in my heart and mind as he has been for 30 years and he will be back in person when I least expect it like he was the last time. True love seems to find a way. Even if I never see him again in this life time - I will in the next.
No he is the first one who came along- that was over 30 years ago and he remains. Connection is rare - the one you are thinking of is the only other one I could say similar things about but we have agreed to leave it in our hearts and minds as we seem to bring one another unintended sadness.
The first moment I went back and saw my homeland I was amazed and awed and couldn't seperate from it ever again. The last moment I left my brothers and sisters when I moved I rewind the scenery in my mind every night and it's awful. <br />
The moment of truth was when I realised that I am capable of changing my own future and the love can not be just said it has to be put in action. Now I know who truly loves and cares for me and only God knows how greatful for that I am.<br />
(this is just one of them ;) )
Figuring out something awesome<br />
Never being angrilzofied for the past<br />
And realizeinge that I can be myself and no difference.
Like no difference in how people talk to me They don't call me rude or anything like I thought.
The first moment I knew I was in love with my husband was the night he made me red beans and rice, New Orleans style.
The moment that I knew was the last moment in my marriage was the moment I started crying in anger and frustration as I was screaming at him for not helping me with the house and the kids--we both had full time jobs.
A real moment of truth was when my therapist told me I was the sanest person she had ever met. (I was having doubts.)