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Now, I'd just been asked to lunch by a very beautiful young woman. As you can well imagine it took me about a nanosecond to decide to close my little booth for a short while.
We walked over to the food court area of the auditorium and each of us ordered a cinnamon-sugar elephant ear for lunch. We sat at a little table with people milling all around and got to know each other a little.
We had dated for almost three months when she finally invited me into her little apartment and we spent the night making love.
That first time was the most incredible night of my life by a factor of ten. She showed me happiness and joy that I hadn't even dreamed could exist in this or any alternate universe.
My wife, Adriana, and I were sitting in our living room watching TV. Apparently, Adriana was more into her tablet than the TV. The last thing I could think of on my "to-do list" is a college reunion where I don't know a soul, except one. Still, I have to admit they were vastly over-priced.
I have this serious hang-up, almost a phobia, about being around lots of people I don't know. It was discounted from the normal selling price, forty-percent off, for the show, but was still nearly four-hundred dollars.
At the last minute, I did what turned out to be the smartest thing I've ever done in my life.
Needless to say, she wasn't impressed; and, a brief make-out session with my brother's new sister-in-law at his wedding.On February 14th, Valentines Day of the following year, eight months and seven days after she wanted to buy a set of knives from me and I tried to send her to Costco instead, the beautiful Adriana Hall became Mrs. When we married, she was working as an assistant manager of Maurice's clothing store in Ontario, and I was working in the produce department of Safeway, when I wasn't trying to sell overpriced knives.Adriana had a business degree from the University of Washington, so managing a major retail store certainly wasn't out of the question for her.Are you looking for a Bay Guardian story that was published before 2015? The print and online articles from the Bay Guardian newspaper and from 2006–2014 are back online at the Bay Guardian archives, and you can search the archive at this link. Also, take a look at our Issuu account for searchable PDFs of our most recent issues.We will be adding more to the archives in coming months, so stay tuned!