How I Met My Wife

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I would like to tell you the story of how I met my wife. I had just moved to a small town, I had enough of city liv­ing.

As you know, when you ar­rive in a new place, you need to find your way around and get to know where things are.

Be­ing a small town, it didn’t take me long at all and the last place to find was the Love is Blind Re­treat. This is where I would be go­ing three or four times a week to meet and so­cialise.

This is where I met Penny, a very calm, well-spo­ken per­son, where we got to know each other.

Well, fi­nally it hap­pened, we started go­ing out and en­joy­ing each other’s com­pany.

She was du­ti­ful, kind and gen­tle.

So af­ter sev­eral months, I got up the courage and asked her to marry me.

She said yes and we have now been mar­ried for 25 years.

We still en­joy each other’s com­pany and still go to the re­treat to­gether.

So now you know how Penny and I met ... and by the way, the Love is Blind Re­treat caters for blind peo­ple to so­cialise and re­lax.

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