He stopped to talk to us and introduced himself to me.Funny how neither one of us knew we were shaking the hand of our future spouse.

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"I was walking by, and I happened to notice David in passing at lunch one day. David reached out on AIM and said he looked me up in the yearbook.

We later met at a mutual friend’s house, and went on our first date, which was coffee and bowling.

We found each other on Facebook in 2010 but were both involved with other people.

It got very intense very quickly when we were both single at the same time.

I was 23 and David was 25 [when we got married], and a lot of people questioned that we were as young as we were, but having grown up together and going through regular teenage stuff and prom together, it was like we grew up and matured together.

I feel that our bond is much stronger than the average person’s relationship, just in the sense that we were kids when we met." —"We met at the mall, like all kids in the `80s.Everyone assumed that we were going to get married because we were really close and my parents loved him, but that’s a lot of pressure out of high school to get married.The summer after high school, by August, we had broken up.During the long drive in the church van, Dave and I started chatting, then flirting, then making out later that night.Ever since that day, which I remember the date of because we used to page the numbers ’100101’ to each other constantly, we have been together. It was this magical thing where you look at someone, and know that person is special and someone you have to know.We dated our senior year and then we tried to date a little bit throughout college but sort of went our separate ways.