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The day I realized I loved you was crazy and stressful, and it all started with your smile.


by mariamstories

"Where the heck is the office?" I said to myself while hasty

New York City on a business day.

Worst. Nightmare. Ever.

The streets are crowded

with both cars and people side by side.

The heat suffocating, and the stench horrifying.

And there I was in the middle lost and confused.

A coffee in one hand, my portfolio in another, and an interview at nine.

It was eight forty-five and I was screwed.

As I waited for the stoplight to turn red I tapped my foot impatiently.

As soon as I could cross the road, I started walking disregarding my surrounding as I tapped Google maps endlessly.


"Oh, Crap." I thought to myself. What else could go wrong?

I bumped into him.

Portfolio on the ground and coffee on his shirt.

I hasty collected my papers, not even realizing he was still watching me from above.

I look up to mysterious blue eyes and golden brown hair.

He was tall, way taller than me.

My coffee stained his white shirt a light beige.

I would've been angry, real angry in all honesty.

He wasn't, not a little. In fact, I didn't realize he was speaking to me.

"I'm so sorry." He said with a worried face.

"I wasn't looking, this is all my fault." He continued.

"I can buy you another coffee if you'd like."

I couldn't help, but laugh.

Is he serious? It was all MY fault.

My laughter only added to his worry and confusion.

So then I spoke.

"Don't worry about it. It's not your fault."

"In actuality, I wasn't looking either," I said awkwardly.

"But, since you were kind enough to offer a coffee,

do you mind giving me directions instead," I said with a soft smile while looking at his eyes.

You could get lost in them. Like we're looking at the sky.

And there it was the smile.

A smirk that showed his pearly white teeth that were straight in order.

I could have stood there forever admiring the was his eyes narrowed and his dimples appeared.

"I'd love to." He replied.


A car honked impatiently.

We were still standing in the middle of the road.

We ran to the sidewalk laughing.

And it was that day;

the hot, crowded, noisy, suffocating day,

that I realized I loved him.

Everything about him.

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