Sunday, June 28, 2009

My First Kiss

So, My first kiss was with my wife. A long time before we were married. Although I had a couple of mission companions who were determined not to kiss a girl until they were across the altar from their wife. I think that is just plain silly.

Anyway, my wife and I were sitting on my parents' couch watching Elder Eyring's CES fireside. We'd been dating for a couple of weeks. I had my arm around her and I just had this urge to reach down and kiss her. So I did. It was a little more than a peck, but not much. I really can't remember the first time we really kissed. My wife and I did kiss quite a bit before we were married and I never really believed that French Kissing is a sin before marriage. A couple needs to be careful so they don't go further than they should.

Anyway, my wife thinks it's hilarious that she was the first person I kissed. It makes more sense now that she knows about my SSA. I think it's kinda cool.


Scott said...

My first kiss was with my wife as well, but we had been dating for a few months before I kissed her (and even then it was at least partly because [1] I knew she was far beyond the point of expecting it and [2] word was getting around in our madrigal choir that we hadn't kissed yet and I was getting teased about it).

To this day, I've never kissed anyone else in a romantic way.

Bravone said...

My first kiss was my senior year of high school. She was beautiful and it was bliss! Short, soft and wonderful. I thought I had really accomplished something!

Jonathan Langford said...

You know what? I think it's completely true that the first time you kiss your wife should be in the sealing room of the temple. Before that, she's not your wife...

(Okay, bad joke, but I saw this in passing and coudn't resist a quick post-and-run. Or I could have resisted it, but didn't.)