My Girlfriend, Kirsten

Kirsten is the greatest woman in the world, for me
Kirsten is the greatest woman in the world, for me

I am madly in love, and it feels so good! Kirsten and I met at Ricks College in eastern Idaho during our fall semester in 1991. The dopamine reaction was intense and immediate! I was hooked.

My feelings for Kirsten have not waned over the years. In fact, they have intensified. We have three young daughters and a wonderful life here in beautiful coastal Maine. I can’t get enough of her. I love her smell, sexy body, curious intellect and childlike sense of humor. She is dedicated, organized, compassionate and patient. I don’t know what I’d do without her.

Kirsten is–in addition to being my partner in parenting–my very best friend. I can talk to her about anything without worrying about how she might react. She’s cool. She understands me (and still likes me) and gives me the space I need, when I need it.

I hit the girlfriend jackpot!

3 Replies to “My Girlfriend, Kirsten”

  1. YOU hit the jackpot, Brent? No, I hit the jackpot! You make me happier than I could say. I love you Baby!

  2. Question? says: Reply

    Just wondering… why do you refer to your wife as your girlfriend?

    1. Question? – Quite simply, because I am against marriage. Kirsten and I are married so we can enjoy the benefits the government affords married couples in its promotion of the institution.

      Marriage Is So Last Century
      Brent Danley, The Rhetoric, May 5, 2009

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