Right then she fell for him big time.
— Jonathan Carroll
In the beginning of their relationship, both proceeded as if they had entered a very dark room and were sliding their hands hesitantly up and down all the walls, feeling for a light switch while at the same time afraid that they might touch something sharp or dangerous. But from the minute they met, there was absolutely no game playing between them because they had had enough of that in their lives. They were eager to get to the heart of this matter. Both wanted to reach the point as soon as possible where sharing silence was just as good as sharing their life stories.
'They were both neat. They both wanted to laugh often. One of them liked sex more than the other but they worked that out. All in all, the ease with which they fit into each other's lives made them both skeptical. It is not supposed to be this way; it is never this easy. Where are the difficulties? One night while eating large bowls of two dollar rahmen soup Jane had microwaved for them, she put hers down and said apropos to nothing 'Maybe it just IS and I am not going to worry about it anymore, you know? Maybe we are just lucky this time. Maybe there really is such a thing as luck. I never believed it before, but maybe there is.