I've always been a collector of quotes, thoughts, etc. I'd find them in books or even carved into desks at schools I visited for band/choir competitions. This one I found in such a place - carved into the top of an old wooden desk at a school I didn't attend. At 16 it struck me enough that I copied it down and even today at the age of 40 (almost 41 - just another month!) it still hits me on many levels.
"Just when life becomes a habit I barely notice, I meet you, of all people."
Have you ever felt like this? Life just the same old, same old and then someone happens along and things just aren't the same again?