Friday, November 28, 2008

From this moment


"You are the reason I believe in love..."

(I do swear that I'll always be there. I'd give anything and everything and I will always care. Through weakness and strength, happiness and sorrow, for better for worse, I will love you with every beat of my heart.)

I give my hand to you with all my heart
Can't wait to live my life with you, can't wait to start
You and I will never be apart
My dreams came true because of you


As he sits in front of me, I see how blessed I am... it is incredible. And I am not sure how many times I have told him that I love him today, but I know he feels it; it shines within all I do.

This marriage is one of the most beautiful experiences that I have ever endured, and there is so much more to come. He told me the other day that no one has ever loved him as I do, but I can easily say the same thing back to him... (I did not, but I understood what he meant, because no one on earth has ever moved me, loved me or made me feel complete, as he does).

He says he has never loved anyone as much as he does me. One look into his eyes and I believe. And I have never loved anyone as much either (or have trusted)--he is my heart, my best friend, confidant, twin soul, lover and my beautiful husband.

He is finally home, and I am his to hold each and every night, until the end of time.

Last night we went for a long walk...he held his arm out for me to place my arm into, and then his hand held mine warmly, it was a closeness we two always seem to share. As we walked we spoke of many different things, admired some homes decorated for Christmas, (discussed others) and took in the scents of fireplaces as they warmed families after a long Thanksgiving celebration.

We came home, watched "August Rush" (a beautiful movie with magical music and feeling), cuddled and went to sleep.

I hope you all enjoyed your holiday.

Warmest regards,

Ferroggiaro - du Bois Galleries


Ferroggiaro - du Bois Galleries

Black Friday stampede - Worker dies


... after being trampled in Long Island.

A Wal-Mart worker died after being trampled when hundreds of shoppers smashed through the doors of a Long Island store Friday morning, police and witnesses said.

The 34-year-old employee, a temporary maintenance worker, tried to hold back the unruly crowds just after the Valley Stream store opened at 5 a.m.

Witnesses said the surging throngs of shoppers knocked the man down. He fell and was stepped on. As he gasped for air, shoppers ran over and around him.

"He was bum-rushed by 200 people," said Jimmy Overby, 43, a co-worker. "They took the doors off the hinges. He was trampled and killed in front of me. They took me down too...I literally had to fight people off my back."

The unidentified victim was rushed to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 6:03 a.m., police said.

The cause of death wasn't immediately available pending results of an autopsy.

A 28-year-old pregnant woman was knocked to the floor during the mad rush. She was hospitalized for observation, police said. Early witness accounts that the woman suffered a miscarriage were unfounded, police said.

Three other shoppers suffered minor injuries, cops said.

Wal-Mart spokesman Dave Tovar called the incident a "tragic situation."

"The safety and security of our customers and associates is our top priority," Tovar said.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families at this difficult time."

Before police shut down the store, eager shoppers streamed past emergency crews as they worked furiously to save the store clerk's life.

"They were working on him, but you could see he was dead, said Halcyon Alexander, 29. "People were still coming through."

Only a few stopped.

-NY Daily News

I cannot even believe this... I mean, these are mostly women of all ages, how can they be so brutal? How can anyone do such a horrible thing just to get a sale item in a store? Is this what Christmas has come to? I hardly think men would do such an act in any store, over any sale item, at any time. Sad indeed.

My heartfelt condolences to that man's family, I am sure their Christmas will never be the same.


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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving


A moment to relax before Stefan and I begin our cooking for tonight, and for the holiday. He will prepare homemade pies, the main course and some other things. I will do other preparations. He and I went shopping this evening for Thanksgiving, and it was wonderful deciding together what to cook, beginning new traditions and simply being out in this wonderful season with him. We make a great team.

And I must say, being married to, not only a warm man, but someone who has been my best friend during so much through-out the years, makes our bond even greater. I have no doubts our holidays this year will be new and exciting.
... I have no doubts that Stefan is "the one".

May you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

Tuesday, November 25, 2008



(Photographer/Myself - Model/Stefan du Bois)

A Sister's Affection


When I shot this image I was beside the Golden Gate Bridge. As always, there was a tour taking place, (even during the rain). As I walked past, I came across a Chinese family listening attentively to the man giving the tour. I saw this young girl sheltering little brother from the weather--she had her arm around him as she held an umbrella above them both. It was a sweet display of affection, and proved to my heart once again, even children sacrifice in order to protect and warm others.

... she had been getting somewhat wet, but chose not to worry as long as he was protected. I took the image, smiled to myself and walked down by the water to bask in the beauty of the sea, taking with me, thoughts of my own family and how much I adore them.

The Golden Gate


One of my favorite places to be. When I took that image it was so foggy out--the surfers were enjoying the day as much as, everyone else that had the pleasure to be there. And as you know, I love the sea with all my is a part of me.

Early Morning Thoughts


(An image I shot during a foggy afternoon.)

Last night, Stefan and I went for a long was very nice. It had rained, so the streets glistened beneath the street lights. One thing I have always loved is the scent of rain...walking hand in hand made it even more beautiful.

I have been busy for the most part trying to schedule models for photo shoots, working, working on photographs, and everything in-between. Stefan has been busy, as well, but made a wonderful Indian dinner last night that was absolutely delicious. (He also made some Japanese dinners a few times, Shrimp Bisque, and what is my new favorite, seafood gumbo. Being Cajun, it was spicy, with crab, shrimp and so much was one of the best dinners I have ever had.)

Anyway, it is early here and very foggy. I almost want to get my camera and go get a few photographs, but I am having coffee and trying to wake some still. :) I must say, I adore waking to such a sweet face each morning,... I am blessed.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Screen shots of my showcase

One Model Place chose 7 of my images to showcase on their site:



I am extremely honored.

Michael & Stefan


Just a warm Sunday image. I hope you all had a great weekend! :)

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Final thought of the day


"I'm happy that you know how to be a man."

One Model Place - Showcased

7 of my images showcased today:

Cher Ferroggiaro Showcased

My Profile

I am honored.

Images Published in OnExposure

Cher Ferroggiaro

Good morning Sunshine

Friday, November 21, 2008

I never thought,...

I would actually hold all I have ever desired. Actually, I hold so much more--a completeness only he can bring. I can be moody, bratty, happy, sad, kind and warmhearted,...

... but I could never be more beautiful than I am when he looks into my eyes.

And even though I make many mistakes and have so much to learn, I know I will continue to grow into something even more beautiful; the one who he kisses goodnight at an older age. I am blessed.


Thursday, November 20, 2008

Happy Birthday to me :)

Just a quick note (I will write more later):

Stefan and Sara are so adorable; they are arranging all my birthday gifts so sweetly. I cannot help but smile as our home fills with the scents of dinner, Boston Creme, and love. :) Well, I better get back to those two! See ya later!


Something I promised to post

What is more difficult: looking into someones eyes when telling how you feel, or looking into someones eyes when they tell you how they feel?


2. Think of the last time you were angry.
Why were you angry?

I was being a brat

3. You will die in three minutes.
Last call?

Oh I see, I will take a Baily's please ;)

If you could do anything OR wish anything, what would it be?

Never lose my husband's love for me

5. You can have one of the following two things: trust or love.
You cannot have one without the other.

6. You are walking to work. There is a dog drowning in the canal on the side of the street. Your boss told you if you are late one more time you're fired.
Do you save the dog?

I probably left early, so yes, I save the pup. ;)

Would you or have you ever blackmailed someone?


8. Think of the last person who you know that died. You have the chance to give them 1 hour of life back, but you have to give one year of your life.
Do you do it?


Are you the kind of friend that you would want to have as a friend?

I hope so, but I am bad at keeping in touch, even though I think of them all often.

Does sex=love?

No. Sex = Sex. But, sex and love=making love, and that is beautiful.

Are you old fashioned?


Would you marry someone if they were unable to have sex?


What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or that you do not love them back?

To tell them I love them

What do you think would be the hardest thing for you to give up?

It has been my love for chocolate.

Romantic love, when was the last time you told someone you loved them?

This morning when I woke to my husband sitting beside me singing the "Happy Birthday" song and smiling so sweetly.

If you had to go back in time and change one thing, if you HAD to, even if you have "no regrets" what would you change?

Not falling in love with Stefan when I was 18--I would not have had to endure anything bad,... although, it all has been life experiences. (I would wish the same for him.)

17. Imagine. It is a dark night, you are alone, it is raining outside, you hear someone walking around outside your window. WHO do you wish was there with you?
Stefan, because he is superninjabadass ;)

Would you give a homeless person CPR if they were dying?

Of course! Being homeless does not make you less of a person.

19. You are holding onto your grandmother's dying hand and the hand of a newborn that you do not know as they hang over the edge of a cliff.
You have to let one go to save the other which one would it be?

Hard question

When and how was the last time you told someone how you REALLY feel?

Everyday. I always say what is in my heart, in anyway I can.

Models (TFP, Zed - comp cards, head ) Available


Models (TFP, Zed - comp cards, head ) Available in December - May!

My crew and I will be on the east coast,... so email me on my site for appointments. In addition, we will be shooting portraiture for Emerging Magazine and Men Without Shirts.

(Feel free to check out the links to both on my page. )


p.s. thank you for the beautiful birthday wishes in comments, messages and email,... I will come by as soon as I am able. Baci! :)

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

You look so good, it hurts sometimes

Sitting across from him as we both multitask on our computers, I begin to daydream. He leans in to kiss me sweetly and the scent of his heated breath moves through me like the tide to shore--I soak it in.

I realize as he looks down into my eyes how much he loves me.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Today will be a different sort of post; I will not be adding my own images or words, but those of my husband, Stefan.

Today he wrote me 2 beautiful messages as he sat across from me. I, of course, had not idea he was writing me such wonderful and warm words--(I was caught up in other activities and such). He then asked me to go have a look at Shuttermojo, and I did. There, I found these 2 photographs he had taken during a walk we two went on last week, placed sweetly with these words:


"Alone in the fields of autumn, standing strong against the breath of November, waiting, holding, waiting.

Rising high above the ground, brilliant and bold against the sky, see the beauty, see strength, see frailty.

Lips pursed, exhaled wind blows, carries new life in another season, another place...

You breathed upon me and brought new life, Cher. I will love you for all seasons unto the end of the end.



"Season's swift change approaches the mountains, I stand at the window with the knowledge of how our season has changed as well. The freshness is as that of the falling snow now gathering upon a ledge.

Once alone in this world I wandered lost without knowing. Like a single leaf upon the fresh fallen snow, I took on the chill, awaiting season's change. The spring would have left me forgotten as new life begins.

You found me there alone in the cold, brushed away the drift, held me close to your bosom and brought me warmth. You took me home and pressed me between the pages of your life, preserving my soul.

I adore you, Cher and I am happy you chose me to love and to hold.

All I am...


I smiled and went over to him to hold him close and thank him. The scent of his warm neck against my cheek gave me butterflies. I breathed in deeply for a moment to cherish all that he is and gently kissed him. I so love being in his arms, and am fortunate he chose this lil' brat to be his wife! ;)

I love you, Stefan. I love you with all my heart and would marry you 1000 times over again. Grazie, amore mio.



Sunday, November 16, 2008

Featured Photographer - Cher Ferroggiaro

Featured in 2 wonderful places:


I am honored. :)



The Ferroggiaro - du Bois Gallery

The Ferroggiaro - du Bois Gallery


World renowned photographer (photo artist), author and poet, Cherilyn Ferroggiaro creates some of the most extraordinary B&W and Color photography in the world. Her keen eye and creative mind has a profound ability to awe and dazzle admirers of her images. Her devoted and loyal global fans anxiously await her new image releases and others publish her work in major print media.

For the first time ever, Cherilyn Ferroggiaro is releasing her images for product distribution and has chosen Zazzle to make this release. Each of Cher's images is art. Some of her images appear to be paintings and you feel as if you can reach into the image and become part of it.

Recently married, Cherilyn has been inspired by the love she has for her husband and her emotions are expressed in her latest images and writing.

Enjoy her latest releases and past work as well, you will not be disappointed. It is poetry in pictures!

Emerging Magazine

ferroggiarodubois's Gallery at Zazzle

Samples of portraits for appointments - photojournalism also available :










A couple images of mine:



I cannot believe it will be Christmas soon! Not sure how prepared I am for that. Nonetheless, I am so looking forward to the new year, because for once in my life I have all I have ever wanted, and the new year can only increase this bliss I feel inside. I am indeed, thankful. :)

Happy Sunday!

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Photograph for a Lost Summer


I shot this image at Gouldsboro State Park in autumn. One thing that I always seem to think of is that bear eat out of the park's garbage cans a lot,... so they warn to keep lids closed. Luckily, I have not ever ran across one.

I did however, see a baby bear cross in front of my car one afternoon--I had stopped to shoot a photograph of it as it went up a hill, but thought its mother must be close by and how protective she must be. With that thought, I decided to get back in my car. ;)


I know of fidelity through poetry or novel—the whites
of winter, a future that soothed, a man that I would
grow to adore even more.

And within each moment, my heart flew. Regardless of
the fear that clung to our palms, we stepped through
book-pressed flowers, hand in hand, caught numerous
butterflies that swam effortlessly inside.

Glancing back, I sing a deeper hymn in the open seas
of amore—a song of sediment, recall words on an August
night, limbs extended, chests fragile as doves against
the backdrop of forever, where the clouds trembled
translucent, counting seconds in anticipation.

And from October’s chill to May's bloom, we took on a
mouthful of dandelion—an atonement only we two shared.

Oh, we were invincible, sat firm on the crown of this
world, knowing even though we were apart at times,
we would always regain our footing in the everlasting

(Such a part of me, is you—a place where our lips
never quite disconnect, a refuge beside the foggy

And as ocean notes gather quietly, they will discover
us, two hearts like sand, drifting softly together.




This is an image I took last winter, (... at least I think it was last winter ;).

When I look at it I think of summer; do not get me wrong, I do indeed like winter, but prefer any other season much better--I guess winter is much too quiet,... almost to the feeling of loneliness.

Enjoy your day!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The Summer of Love


I shot this image in San Francisco at the Fisherman's Wharf. So many tourists flock to see the seals, and I must say, they love every minute of it. :)


May the wind...


...bring to me,... your smile.

(Image taken in northern, California.)


Yahoo! has found 4,200 links to Cher Ferroggiaro's "Where the Trail Leaves the Cherry Thickets".

A quick "Thank you" to all who links to my blog here. I truly appreciate it.




(Image taken in March 2007)

There is nothing more charming than happiness; it seeps into others around you, and before you know it, the world is smiling. Just one smile can brighten a moment. Remember how you feel when one is shared with you--even if by a stranger? Take that gift and pass it to the next.

It only takes one person to start the cycle. :)

See image here.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Cherilyn Ferroggiaro

Stefan (Stefan du Bois founder of Emerging Magazine) made me a beautiful website and I would like you all to have a look, please. :) He is absolutely wonderful, I so love my husband. :)

My Photography Site

Sunday, November 09, 2008


"I was looking for a photograph on Google to go with Radiohead's "Creep' for something over at Live Digital, and ran across a photo of this guy crossing the street. The title of this photo was, "Some Creep".

I had to giggle, but felt bad, was this guy just strolling along and he gets tagged with a name, like "Creep". He had no idea

I ran across this old post of mine and Stefan and I laughed. I had forgotten I had even posted it. Hmm,... wonder where that poor guy is now. ;)

I hope you are all having a nice Sunday!

Answer to the best of your knowledge!


(A photograph I took during an amazing sunset.)

1. Name 4 pet peeves.

1. Impatience
2. When people do not put a space after a period. (I have no idea why that bothers me.) example: "Susie plays house with Billy.Billy..."
3. A woman with a trucker's mouth, chews gum with her mouth open, or one who spits ::shudders::
4. A woman who cannot seem to find anything else to wear, but a skimpy skirt - even in a blizzard. I ALMOST want to take her shopping. ;)
5. Brats. Oh, wait... no.

3 Sexy songs...?

1. Into your eyes - angel one
2. Crash into me - DMB
3. Anything Italian

4. Name a favorite food.
A Salad w/ boneless chicken

5. Do you dance?

Yes. I actually won a dance contest at a club once. Do you? ;)

6. Have any favorite places?

The ocean, the ocean, and the ocean. :)

7. Have you ever saved a life?
Yes -- it is my career

8. If so, when?

One that stands out is when an 18 yr old boy crashed his motorcycle in 2000. I passed the accident scene and turned around. A small crowd was gathering, but for some reason, not doing much. I (I know it is a bit gross) pulled of my socks to apply pressure to a wound in his abdomen, sat behind him, and gently pulled him to my chest. He kept trying to get up, so I whispered to him and told him how loved he was by his family. (I did not know what else to say.)

He passed away a few minutes later. I did not actually save his life, but I hope I made his last few minutes a bit easier.

9. What's some of things you notice right off in the opposite sex?
intelligence, a sense of humor, confidence

10. Do you own a pool?
I have in the past.

11. Name The last 5 places you've traveled.

Over seas or in the US? Italy, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, and N.Y.. also, a few places to shoot photography; Point Reyes, N.J, Bodega Bay....

12. Most overused internet jargon?

LOL, LMAO - - never have used them

13. Do you have a favorite quote?
A few, esp. this one... Tutto è permesso in guerra ed in amore!

14. Ever been in an accident?
Yes, once--involved my best friend, her boyfriend's bmw, and a tree.

15. What is the perfect date?
A walk along the beach

16. If you could hang out with a famous person, who'd it be?
Pablo Neruda

17. Ever hurt someone?
Is this a trick question? Hurt how? I broke a guy's wrist once kick boxing.

18. Are you promiscuous?

I do not think so

19. Where's your dream destination?
Well, Italy (went in 2002) would be one, but I adore Carmel, California

20. If you could change careers, would you?
I always wanted to be an oceanographer. I have put too much into the medical field to change now.

21. When was the last time you made out?

Made out with what? Cash? Haha! Okay, yesterday.

22. Have you ever dated more than one person at a time?

No. Should I add that to my personal goals?

23. Do you believe in love?

I do now.

24. Have a wish list?

No, I think they are tacky to put up in public (unless it is related to a wedding.)

25. Ever danced with the devil in the pale moon light?

26. Are you passionate?
Yes - it drives me mad at times.

27. What makes you happy?
A fog horn in the distance, the sea, a lot of things.

28. What do you drive?
An Audi A6

29. Any hobbies?
Sure. You?

30. Have you ever stolen anything?
Besides hearts? (I kid!) Not that I recall. Should I have?

31. Favorite fast food joint.
Hmm... none really. Starbuck's, but that is for my cappuccino.

32. Do you own any fishing gear?
No, but I can fish! (I do tend to cast a lot.) Seriously, ALOT. ;)

32. Do you remember your first kiss?

Sure. I was about 1 minute old--the doctor kissed my cheek and said, "Yep. she is going to be a brat!"

33. Do you like kites?
Oh my gosh, 33 (is it not over yet?)

34. Are you emo?
Uh, I do not think so

35. Name something that's too large on your body.

Um, the top portion of my body (in the vicinity of 36th and York) ;)

36. Ever kissed a pet?
Silly question--they are all my pets. ;)

37. What color is your carpet?
I like tile. what is with these questions?

38. Do you know anyone in Kansas?
Hmm... Dorothy? Oh, and her little dog, too.

39. Do you like the rain?

Very much

40. Ever join the mile high club?

No, but I was in all the clubs in school. (I do not think that was one of them.) ;)

Breaking Benjamin


(Photograph taken during a walk in the woods with Stefan)

Before you interpret this, I must divulge to you
all that is clandestine: his voice, a garden
always it exists in neat rows, lexis in the lungful
of forget-me- nots, the intricate identifiers such as skin,
accent– flesh, inevitably imitate events that slowly
pull faces as I pass the mirror.
& I spend seasons sleepless on his face, in the silhouette
of his body long after he’s laid it down. I scatter flowers
in breath - a deeper blue in the cherry, where I draw
his chest to a pause, carry him to the scents, each
so delicately decorated in the softness of rivers that utter
devotion. But his mouth is heavy. Indeed, I am speaking
of the tongue, of the nether sea, the vortex
in its garrote - no exit, a void, a lilac snapped shut.
& I cannot deliver. I lift his snowy lids, release the colors
into the sky, where simplicity permeates the air, & his lips
part affectionate, wet. I kiss his throat to pursue a sole
riposte, feel a constriction that tugs my hand, pulls me
back as the night that hangs nervous in the thickets.

--Cher Ferroggiaro

Ocean Beach


(I took this photograph one foggy and beautiful day on Ocean Beach.)

Caught in the sweetly salted air, I am always amazed at the serenity found here. San Francisco is unlike any other city, and it will always be my home.

Notes blowing along the trail

"For a moment, I will rest in the deep of your
throat—beautiful and low, pulling each breath
with fumbling fingers..."


(An older photograph of mine.)

(It is perhaps futile to speak of this to the ever-changing sky--one must hold his own in the weather.)

And I will sit here in the aftermath with a journal, describe the scent in this air—flowered, almost too much for the senses, November. My first thoughts are to find another segment of this shrunken field to lie language to dissertation. But my legs are unstable, (the body knows no other way).

I will remain here, as I recall the nights I rose from the garden through a window, passing with the moon on my back—open to trust, open and open. The nights my dress fell to the soft of a word, twisted in its excitement. Did I know then what was bound to fuse in my hand? Did I seek further than shoulder, run from poem to poem in madness? Or was something was in the way? I say, "No! I turn softly and utter, "Yes".

And I would gather petals in the rain, march around reciting autonomy from a Neruda masterpiece, lying myself into each line. And in some ways I grew cold, inaccessible in the derisive language of what clung to that dress in gaiety.

(My lips frozen on the veranda—I could not elude the photograph.)

So, of verse interdependency, a gratitude for losing sleep, I spit language like fever on the tongue. And with a dither of light, I no longer deliver necessity... I climb from the veranda with an empty journal, and signal fireflies in the empty field.

Saturday, November 08, 2008

The Point Reyes


I shot this image of the Point Reyes in Inverness, Ca (just north of San Francisco). Portions of the John Carpenter film The Fog as well as, most of his film Village of the Damned were shot in and around Inverness.

Most everyone that visits Point Reyes National Seashore stops to see this abandoned boat.

I recall one day very well,...I walked up to it by myself and automatically felt its presence--a sort of sad or eerie feeling. It is funny, it began to spook me so much, I hurried away after talking 8 or so photographs. ;)



(San Francisco 9/08 - Stefan du Bois)

Friday, November 07, 2008

Father & Son


There is something so symbolic in a father and son relationship--the son, always so eager to spend some time with his father, and the father, although at times quiet, is feeling very proud at the moment. You can sense it in the moment of silence. Silence can be absolutely beautiful.

On Flickr!

I shot this image on a very foggy California day. I must say, there is nothing more beautiful than the sea. (... well there are a few things.) ;)

Have a great night!



San Francisco's Bay Bridge.

(Photo published in NowPublic)

*Seen in Flickr Explore as #97

Beauty Graces the Pages


... with language meant for two.

On Flickr!

I hope you all had a beautiful week! :)

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Like music, this Autumn inside of me


And everywhere I go I can feel you near,
swept within the breeze, fighting your way
back to me.

I adore the season. May you all see and feel its beauty within.

Big hugs,
Cher :)

*(Photograph taken while walking through the forest with Stefan.)

Monday, November 03, 2008

One November Morning


You know, (and I truly believe this) there comes a time in one's life when all else just fades completely, and you live in the "now". Some of you can understand this, some not so much, because you have to actually experience it first hand, to really feel this "Absolute".

Last night, my body went through one, no, THE most pleasant release ever possible--I never felt such tremble along with butterflies that swam when he gave true love endlessly,... effortlessly.

This man is my twin soul, my love of a lifetime. And all my life I have sought this sort of inner peace, but was not sure I would find it, or did not recognize exactly what it was.

In this time of my life everything surpasses the real and takes on a whole new meaning--you begin to see with eyes wide open, no more wasteful wishing. In this time of my life, I have finally found what I was looking for, the odd thing is (for lack of a better word)... it was right in front of me the entire time--he was right there. And he waited with patient eyes for the perfect time, when my heart would reopen and give unto him the love he desperatly so needed in return. And he knew all along (I say this, and mean everything) our souls belonged together.


I can recall a few years ago when he stated to me that we were indeed, twin souls. He stated that we belonged. I never quite knew the meaning of that until this year. (*Well, perhaps I knew, but was either frightened or not able to open myself.) Nonetheless, everything came to full circle and it is the best experience I have ever known.

So, I say again, there comes a time in one's life when all else just fades completely, and you live in the "now". This is our time, and I plan to live for each moment without hesitation,... loving him with all that I have, because he is the best thing to ever happen to me.



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