Do we start at the end, painting the lives that have been impacted by our love for one another and for the people around us?
Or do we start at the beginning, where you knew so little about love you almost picked another horror story?
Either way, let's not shy from the tragedies and hardships which might have split us apart, but which instead drew us back out of the chaos of the storm of life and back into the calm contentedness of just holding each other and basking in one another's love.
Somewhere in the later years we can joke about still not understanding the basics of the other person, because we didn't marry parts of one another but the whole: mind, body, soul and quirks.
I think we can be a little campy in this fairy tale and even a little cloying, because after all, it's our fairy tale, and we can shape it any way we want ;-)
Movies: sci-fi, fantasy, action, comedies
Shows: almost anything sci-fi/fantasy, such as Fringe
Food: anything but seafood; big fan of Thai and Indian
Music: Rock/Metal/Alternative and Hymns
(In case anyone is interested, the first link is for Christian worship music and the other is my rock list)
However, if the zombie apocalypse happens, I will require food and a constant source of entertainment (preferably good books/e-reader)...not to mention a zombie detourant of some kind. Oh, but now we have to ask, were the zombies magic'ed back to life, an evil scientist engineered plague, a new species of fungus (like the ones that make real life zombie ants), etc?
1) say something I'll want to respond to (no, "Hi" and "Great profile" are not it)
2) failing #1, flattery. Tell me what drew you to my profile...the more you ellaborate, the more there is to seed a conversation
3) if your social skills are lacking the charm of #2, the Bible is an easy go to; ask a question or tell me what you're learning