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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Is it Love or is it Madness?

Well Friends, this will be my last post for the weekend. I hope you've enjoyed my previous ones and hope to see you ALL again in the future!

Since this is a Valentine's Day Kickoff and we're discussing romance...let me share with you a funny story about roses, kisses and happy-ever-after.

Recently I went dancing with a couple of friends and met a wonderful gentleman. As the night was drawing to a close, he said... "You're the romance writer, how is this happily ever after? The night is almost over."

My response, "Happily ever after takes a long time."

We laughed and then he told me to pick a rose from the gentleman walking around in the club selling them.

I picked a WHITE one.

Of course, he questioned as to why and I explained the meaning of the colors and said, "I'm not ready for red roses" (by that point in the evening he knew I was widowed).

The next time we saw each other - again out dancing - he bought me a yellow rose and asked what it meant. I reminded him that yellow was for friendship - which was perfect at this point in our relationship. His comment....

"When can I buy you red roses?"

I didn't answer that question.

Am I ready for romance, kisses and happy-ever-after?

Yes, in God's time and very possibly with this wonderful, Gentleman.

But let me tell you is's's terrifying....Love is sheer madness!

Winter Madness
© 2008
Publisher: White Rose Publishing
ISBN #: n/a – short story

Pamela S Thibodeaux
"Inspirational with an Edge!" (tm)


Virginia said...

Loved your story. Also love roses all colors


Jean P said...

Thank you for sharing your story with us about the roses.

skpetal at hotmail dot com

Joyce said...

thank you for the link to the meaning of the colored roses. I have saved this link for future use. I hope your story has a happy ending with some red roses.

Maria Zannini said...

What a beautiful story. I hope you are ready for your red rose soon.

Maria said...

What a beautiful story about roses and your new gentleman personal favorite roses are a pinky peach color:)


Pamela S Thibodeaux said...

Thanks Everyone for commenting - I'm pretty sure red roses are in my future :-)


Cindy L said...

Awww...Pamela I got goosebumps reading your story! Wishing you all the best with your Gentleman!


Pamela S Thibodeaux said...

Thanks Cindy and best of luck & God's Blessings to you - ALL!

flchen1 said...

What a sweet story, Pamela! Wishing you the best in your journey of roses :)

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