Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Capture the Magic: Capture the Moment by Fay Lamb

Yesterday's winner is Ginger Solomon! Yea! You'll receive THE HEART SEEKER SERIES link at the email you left in your comment.

So thankful that Fay Lamb shared her romantic tidbit! Be sure to leave a comment with your email address to enter for the free copy of THE HEART SEEKERS SERIES that we'll be giving away first thing in the morning.


My husband is a data machine. He remembers dates and times while I can’t even recall today’s date or what occurred yesterday. I’ve been sitting with this data machine in the University of Florida’s stadium, affectionately known as The Swamp, for years.

You have to picture my husband, sitting in the seats we inherited from his father, seats he’s enjoyed since he was six years old. That’s a half a century. He’s grown up surrounded by die-hard Gator fans. Yet, he can gather all their attention by pointing to the field and declaring, “I remember in 1966 when Steve Spurrier …”

Me? I have to ask him who the Gators played last week and if they won—even if I attended the game.

The data machine doesn’t sound very romantic, does he?

But he also has a romantic side, and he woos me with it when he says, “I wouldn’t trade walking into the room on July 11, 1987, for all the money in the world.”

I wouldn’t have remembered the year short of his repeating it often, but I do remember what happened on that date. My data machine walked into a room and pretended to be my date because some deviant was hitting on me. I left the party with the data machine and never looked back, and every anniversary of our first date, he romances me off my feet with his declaration.

He woos me on our wedding anniversary as well, but shh … don’t tell him. We married on his birthday so that I’ll never forget the date.


Be sure to leave your comment with your email address. Fay's hubby has an unexpected romantic
side. Have you experienced that before? One of the comments yesterday was about how her husband just showed up unexpectedly with a single rose. Oo-la-la! It's the little things that can make such a difference! Share one of yours or something you've witnessed!

And don't forget that our Capture the Magic continues on February 14-21 with a book on sale every day. One book per day will be discounted 60% or more. Look HERE on our website, for more information and a schedule for the when the books will be on sale.

Come back tomorrow to see our winner listed and enter again by leaving another comment! Super-simple!

And learn more about Fay Lamb at her author page on the Write Integrity Press website.


Paula said...

Try to make everyday things special--- sort of Valentines Day every day! Don't for get to hug your hubby at least twice a day and don't save those kisses but don't make them just a habit either! paulams49 (AT)sbcglobal(DOT)net

Marji Laine - Faith Driven Fiction said...

Love that advice, Paula!