We step back in time to talk about how it all started for us.

It was the summer of 1994 when Alisa came to the University of Colorado at Boulder on an internship program.

I was a student, cook, and maintenance man around the fraternity house where she was staying.

It was by chance that we met that summer, but the memories are some of the best we have of our relationship.

Join us as we step back and discuss the good times and the difficult times we had that first summer. These include:

– Sex Before Marriage
– Making a Long Distance Relationship Work
– WYSIWYG (Characteristics you see from the start)

We couldn’t do this podcast without looking at some pictures from that summer and wanted to share them with you.

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