As young girls we are told often to look for our "Prince Charming". And believe, like Cinderella, he will come and save us from the dull, ordinary lives we lead.
Let's think about this . . .
- He has one night with this girl. Dances with no one else. She is captivating and beautiful and yet when he begins the search for her he doesn't even know her name?
- He can't tell them "Hey, she was a blonde with blue eyes and called Cinderella" to help narrow the search?
- Instead he tries the slipper on every foot in the kingdom and she is the very last. I'm sure we can all agree that wouldn't be very flattering.
If you have truly captured the heart of a man and he has captured yours shouldn't you know something of one another?
I guess the point to all my ramblings is this: True love takes notice. If you really love the one you are with you should know how they take their coffee . . . or if they like coffee at all.