Bridge Over Troubled Waters

She, a pregnant young woman, thrown out by her family. He, a heartbroken lover, mourning the loss of his fiancee the day before the wedding. Both were despondent and chose the 'only way out' on the same bridge. Maria Petrova, 21, having arrived first was climbing up to jump when Andriej Ivanov, 26, came onto the scene. He called out to her to stop and she jumped-into his arms. They became a broken hearts club for two and are now in love with each other and planning to wed. As for any children the two might have together, I wonder, does Prozac make baby formula?
     Posted By: Alex - Sun May 23, 2010

what a downer every time somebody asks how they met. great story for the kids and grandkids huh?
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/23/10 at 04:58 PM
No Prozac doesn't but apparently Viagra makes you deaf. So some of our members might prefer you TYPE IN CAPS !!! :grrr:
Posted by ANON in Nowhere on 05/23/10 at 05:02 PM
Dumbfounded can make all the jump innuendos :lol:
Posted by ANON in Nowhere on 05/23/10 at 05:04 PM
Real life imitates fiction? I swear I read this plot back when I was engrossed in trashy romance novels (I've moved on to murder mysteries now... what's that say about me, I wonder? From love to murder.)
Posted by Nethie on 05/23/10 at 07:47 PM
I think the first page of their book should be move the _____ out of Russia. It has to be one of the most dreary places on earth. Seriously though your fiance is killed the day before your wedding? Thats aweful luck, and she doesn't look like shes pregant?
Posted by EmperorUnknown on 05/23/10 at 09:35 PM
I wish these two luck. Hopefully it isn't just a marriage formed by shared traumatic circumstance.
Posted by Malk on 05/23/10 at 09:42 PM
nethie have you read john sanford's prey series and his virgil flowers books? or j.d. robb's (nora roberts) death series. just excellent, especially sanford.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/23/10 at 10:33 PM

REF: Your recent reading preference switch

QRY: Aren't you soon to wed or were lately wed? How do you feel about the mother-in-law?
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 05/24/10 at 12:10 AM
yes, patty, I have read every one of the prey books! he's one of the few authors I'll go out of my way to look for whenever I'm in a bookstore.

expat, I've never met my mother-in-law to be. But from the times I have spoken to her, she seems like a very sweet, caring woman.
Posted by Nethie on 05/24/10 at 04:38 AM
there you are dumbfounded! i knew you'd come up with something. 😉
nethie, i have everyone of the prey books, i love davenport! my friend michele gets me the new one each year in may when it comes out since my birthday is in june. she has it for me now and i'm going over to spend the day with her tomorrow. the new on is called 'storm prey'. try the 'flowers' ones too they good.
"that f-in' flowers." :lol:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/24/10 at 08:26 AM
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