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Falling over Slowly

By bizzyfizzy All Rights Reserved ©



Hi, my name is Louise and this is my story. It isn't an extraordinary story, or a boring mundane one. It is my story about how I met Adam, my husband.
I always get asked, a lot more recently, how Adam and I met. It was actually a rather strange way to meet someone. We didn't meet at school, college or university, not even online (which seems to be the norm nowadays). No, we met at the swimming pool. Now, I am not exactly a thin woman, most people I meet call me obese or fat, so I still don't really understand why he came up to me. Maybe it was a dare set by his friends or he just felt like talking to someone. Whatever it was, I am ever so grateful it happened because that moment changed our lives forever.

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