We originally met in 2006 as coworkers. I was in a relationship but I admit I had a small crush on him...he made me laugh. Years later he married his first serious girlfriend and I was in a relationship with which we had a couple of kids together. Our lives were just Facebook likes and hearts for a couple of years since I no longer worked with him. He ended up divorcing and entering another relationship over those 7 years which also ended. My children's father and I weren't in the best situation but we tried for the kids. I experienced a timeframe that I was so miserable and I had this dream, a vivid dream… where I couldn't see anything or anyone. I could only hear "Heaven" by Los Lonely Boys blasting in the background. I had this feeling of pure bliss, love, and happiness. I woke back up to my reality and I felt very sad. I would keep playing the song just to have that joyful feeling. About 6 months before I made the big decision to leave my children’s father, I had the dream again. This time I tried so hard to see who I was with but I couldn't! It was like I walked out of a dark theater and the sun was too bright. The same song blasting and the same endless feeling of being so in love. I played the song again, just to have that feeling from the dream as long as I could. A couple of weeks after the split I was in such a miserable place of turmoil. My thoughts ran rapid … "Should I have left? Am I doing the right thing? Will the kids hate me later?" I wasn’t happy and hadn't been in love for years. It was so hard to share my babies for days at a time. But what do ya know, during this time, I ran into an old friend ... Lucky. This time though, we were both single. We started talking & texting, went to lunch, and grabbed coffee, all the while we both felt the difference. We now had a simultaneous attraction for each other! I was resistant obviously getting out of this other relationship that I truly felt guilty for leaving. One daunting day, he convinced me to go over and meet his parents. His dad happens to mention he’s a musician like I am ... a drummer. I asked him to play me a song ... guess what song he played?! Be patient, the universe will lead you where you belong. I never looked back from that day forward.