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Da Local Girl & Da Haole
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Submitted by Christina
In 1987, I got married & then moved to the State of Montana, stayed married for fifteen years and filed for divorce. Then I met this wonderful man who has lived here for all of his life. And now, the story begins....
It was my first night to go out as a single girl, so I went out with a Hawaiian girlfriend on a Saturday night two years ago. Anyways, I was standing at the corner of the bar, where this guy usually stands to watch the crowd. He walked toward me, we chatted for a minute where he asked me "How did I ever get to a place like Montana from Hawaii?" It was a real smooth line, so he asked me to dance. I said yes.
We danced a dance and then he needed to go to the restroom. While he was gone, I was asked to dance by someone else and did. He came back and cut in on his friend and we danced for the next six or eight songs. Not as exotic as "Dirty Dancing", but lots closer. It seemed like we fit even closer than spoons.
Through these moments of passion and conversation, he learned where I worked. He is very into details and not much passes him by. So, I am at work on Monday and this guy whom I barely remember comes in with a yellow rose in a vase with a card that says "Have A Sunny Day." This is cool, cuz my nickname in high school was "Sunny."
He also gave me a business card with an invitation to call him, if I ever wanted to do something. It took until Friday afternoon before I could muster the courage to, in fact, call him.
He invited me to an establishment for happy hour where we had two pounds of peel and eat shrimp and a few cocktails. By nine or so, we went over to his apartment, where he offered to play me some music that was special to him.
I have not listened to much Bad Company, but with each song from their CD "Here Comes Trouble," we seemed to melt together more and more.
It was so natural, caring and full of mutual love and affection, that we could not leave each other. We spent the night together and have not been apart since.
There is a bit more...In 1985, he was in Hawaii with his first wife. They went to Germaine's Luau for a night show. In 1985, I was a hula dancer at Germaine's Luau, performing for tourists. Yes, this relationship has been brewing for a while, we just didn't know it.
Also, when I first moved to Montana, I went to a local lake and spent the summers with friends at their lake house. These friends were my boyfriend's cousins, but we never meet.
We're not sure if we want to get married, because we don't want to ruin what we share. We do not need any paper to verify our commitment to each other. We need to take care of each other and that is why the Creator has moulded us in the way in which He has. Thank you for the opportunity to share our happiness. It almost makes us want to cry in happiness...