Oct 122012

A popular topic of debate is the existence of love at first sight. Romantics yearn for it, a tale of two strangers passing each other in a fluke situation forever connected by a bond that will last forever, no matter what life brings them.

Skeptics are less to commit to such a fairy tale and argue that love is something to work on and such romantics are hogwash.

To those skeptics I beg you to look at this and tell me how a moment like this can exist without the idea of love at first sight.

Not the most photogenic picture of myself but all the proof I need to remind myself that love at first sight exists. After a grueling delivery process, my mood changed completely as soon as I saw my son.

My best friend of about 20 years recently had her first child and once again I immediately fell in love – with just her daughters picture. And when I saw the first picture of mom and daughter I knew she felt it, too.

I don’t disrespect the opinions of a skeptic but I can easily prove them wrong with this topic of conversation.

Are you a romantic or skeptic?

Thanks for reading,

Sarah Butland author of Sending You Sammy, Brain Tales – Volume One and Arm Farm

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