We are far from the shallow now!

If you wrote a song about your love life, what would it be? Write the first verse!

How did you guys meet, is typically the first thing people as us when we are in a chat or a zoom or happen to be out on the town eating or dancing or singing together. If you asked 10 of our closest confidant's they will all have different stories. But the one story that I will never forget is our first date. I remember picking her up it was on Halloween night. We wanted to just go somewhere local and have a drink and talk. But as they say - everyone has a plan until you get punched in the face! Well I didn't get punched in the face but when she came out to the car, it was like I got punched in the face! She was wearing this extra layer of skin - called a body fitting dress. Her figure was everything I imagined that was supposed to be waiting for me when I died at the gates of heaven. And then she smiled at me and her voice was like an angel's whisper. In this regard - our first song would be one that resonates throughout our relationship. And what's more ironic and iconic about it is that the song that we sang that night was The Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Both of the verses were perfect for each of us and then the hook of the song describes everything about our relationship to this date. So it was ironic that The Shallow was our first ever Karaoke Song together. We had both been in terrible situations before and were looking for a much better tomorrow! We just had our little girl and we were lucky to capture this photo before she was to deliver the baby! We are far from the shallow now! When two worlds collide and make something amazing - that would possibly be the first verse of the song.

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