48 thoughts on “First Love (in six words)”

      1. I do. First love hits and hurts. Hard and bad. All as you say. Like being tucked in one end of a twirling rubber band. At one stretched-out point, we’re overwhelmed with passion. At the other, we’re pulled far by anxiety. Somewhere in the middle are good and peaceful feelings. But we won’t learn to live there for a time. Thanks for liking the line. When I work with all ages, I often make that distinction clear.

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      2. Wow! Your illustration took my breath away! YOu can actually create a post with that kind of figurative explanation about first love, Christopher. It captured the feeling of first love so well!

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  1. This is beautiful and true. I was in grade three and shared a hospital room with a girl my age, We spent two weeks together in that room after having surgery on the same day. It was April month. For the next few months our parents visited one another and we got to spend time together. She kissed me in a field and we stayed in touch for a long time. Years later, when I was already seeing someone else, she came looking for me. We chatted for hours and agreed to stay in touch. I don’t know where she is today but I hope she is doing well. It was my first love and a kiss that I will never forget. Your short piece brought back so many memories. Thank you, Rosema πŸ™‚

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    1. Awwwwwwww!!!
      This is just the sweetest, Thomas!!! Like the sweetest love story I heard because it happened in real life!!! ❀ ❀ ❀
      The fan in me hopes you will see each other again and continue your story (if that is still possible :)).
      Nonetheless, I am soooo happy to read your comment. I am delighted, Thomas. So thank you! ❀

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      1. Thank you, Rosema…it is a true story and one that will always stay with me. I am happy to have been able to share it with you πŸ™‚

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