Reliving Old Love
Nicholas and Emily
“Aged love is like aged wine; it becomes more satisfying,refreshing, valuable, appreciated, and much more intoxicating.”
Emily and I have been married for almost 30 years for now,but our marriage had drifted apart since few months, so we decided to liveseparately to give ourselves some time. I still loved her and I know that shedid too; though we lived apart we never got a divorce. I couldn’t take thatfinal step and after five years of solitude, all my reason for staying awayfrom her had dissolved when we crossed each other while taking a stroll inCentral Park.
It was a fine day and all we did was talk and spend hoursrekindling the love and life we had together and when we weren’t. Stilleverything about her was new, exhilarating and magnified ten times and finallywhen it was time to leave her, I just couldn’t do it.
At that moment I realizedall I wanted to do was to spend the rest of my life with her and even though wewere already married, I wanted to marry her again and renew our vows. For thisnew beginning I decided to get her the perfect ring and with immense help fromFascinating Diamonds, I got her a vintage engagement ring as precious as myEmily.
A week passed by and on our next meet, I took her out for a picnicto our regular spot Central Park and in middle of the conversations, I lockedher hands with mine and asked her to marry me again swearing not letting her goever till the rest of my life. With a chocked voice and tear eyed she softlyreplied Yes!!