I still have that feeling the first time we met every time I see you.”-Jayson Edgay
So, where did you two meet?
Years ago I co-facilitated a couples therapy group and as a bit of introduction this was the question that generally got asked.
Is it important? Who knows. But generally it makes a good story.
We all know those who met in high school with some who stayed together until marriage and some who kind of knew each other but ended up together years later. Couples I have known over the years have met at college, in bars, grocery stores and workplaces as well as at parties and book stores. Some met while attending concerts or ballgames or weddings of friends..
There are set ups from friends, online services designed to match folks up and and speed dating has apparently made a comeback in some circles.
The couples listed below have recently decided to sign on for the delightful duration known as marriage. Each has a story of how they met. Call it Chapter One
In some kind of way that meeting led to showing up at the clerk's office.
And the opportunity to add many more chapters to the story of their relationship.
James Richard Halliwell III, Grant & Makenzie Rayne Morrin, Grant
Eric Fowler, Grant & Brittany Puckett, Grant
Jack Kober, Cedar Springs & Sarina Foster, Evart
Andrew Klampferer, Grant & Danielle tenHaaf , Grant