Looking for love? Get inspired by Bonnie Greer’s love story

Ok, on a completely different subject from my last post, but after watching Monday’s Loose Women program, where playwright, author and critic Bonnie Greer talked about how she met her current husband, I just have to share this with you.

If you are looking for love and you thought romance was dead, think again!

Bonnie said that moving to London from the States was tough and she felt lonely at first.

One day she was in a supermarket aisle and this man smiled at her. The first person that had smiled at her since arriving to London.

She thought that was lovely, and she found herself going back to that supermarket just to see if that person who had smiled at her would be there.

Years passed and after a string of relationships, she and her then boyfriend went to a theatre play.

There, a man approached her and asked her if she was a critic. She said yes. He asked if she would bring him to watch a play sometime. She was shocked.

This man put his hand on hers, and at that moment, she said she knew she would marry him.

Later they both realised they had met 6 years earlier at a supermarket aisle.

If you have a romantic story like Bonnie’s please feel free to romantisize our lives with it.

And if you are looking for love, keep believing it will happen, and it will.




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2 Responses to “Looking for love? Get inspired by Bonnie Greer’s love story”

  1. TrogmaLoyappy Says:

    Authentic words, some truthful words man. Totally made my day.

  2. Anna Aparicio Says:

    Thank you! I am glad you enjoyed my post. Anna

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