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Second Chance Love

Without you my life is not complete
Dedicated to Lee Bellemare

Submitted by Tammy

My first marriage was nothing to be proud of, and for a long time while in the process of my divorce I kept thinking that I would never find anyone to love me for who I am and not what I can give.

Then I met Lee. I'll never forget the way he made me feel so important, like my thoughts on what he did mattered. We were such good friends when we first met that I would have given my life for him.

We talked so much to each other and shared so much all at once that I never thought that we would ever share our life together. I figured that we were such good friends that it would never work.

I remember one night when we spent time talking in the car at the airport, just sitting there holding each other and wishing we could just run off get on a plane and head for Hawaii and be with each other no questions asked, at that moment we both knew that it would never happen because we were both going through a tough divorce, I don't think either of us ever thought that one day we would be married, at least I didn't.

He did ask me to marry him after a rough couple of years and we've been married now for almost four years, we both agreed that a small wedding was the way to go for the two of us sense we both had the big weddings befor and nothing came of them.

We were married on July 3rd 1998 at Bass Iland Park outside with my mother, his mother and sister, my brother who stood up for him and a really good friend who stood up for me.

We agreed that we would wait and go some place special for our honeymoon, and here it is almost four years later and we still haven't had one. He works so hard for everything we have and never complains, and when times get rough he works harder, he deserves so much more then I could ever do for him. I would love to be able to give to my husband the one thing we both use to dream about, the one memory that kept us going and holding on, to be on a plane going to Hawaii to spend time with each other, to love one another, to hold one another, and to dream together like we never dreamt befor.

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