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Lucy Torres recalls how Richard Gomez won her heart with consistent effort

Plus, Lucy also hinted about writing her own book of short stories! ๐Ÿ˜

Patricia Matalog
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Patricia Matalog

2/18/2020 in News
Lucy Torres recalls how Richard Gomez won her heart with consistent effort

For Valentine’s 2020, Lucy Torres decided to share her beautiful love story with husband Richard Gomez.

Last February 14, the actress-turned-politician recalled in a lengthy post how she and the actor actually started with “no labels.” Lucy also revealed that she got her heart broken by Richard at one point, and even decided to not to see him again.

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“We had not labeled what we were to each other. There was just this magic that was always there when we were together. But the night before was somewhat.....strange. Off. (I will leave the details to a page of that little book of short stories I will one day write.)” she began in the caption.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We had not labeled what we were to each other. There was just this magic that was always there when we were together. But the night before was somewhat.....strange. Off. (I will leave the details to a page of that little book of short stories I will one day write.) Suffice to say that the circumstances of that night (in the disco๐Ÿ˜‚) was enough for me to tell myself I should maybe not see you (or someone like you) again. My young heart was broken. The next day I turned my corner of the room upside down. Just to get you off my mind. And I promised myself I would not take your calls. I was on the floor, sorting through drawers and somewhat drenched in sweat, when I heard a knock on the door. Someone was there to see me the yaya said. I went down to the sala. You were there. In khaki shorts and Doc Martens, a white shirt. Wild hair. Strong shoulders. Beautiful eyes. A bunch of wild sunflowers in your hands. You looked at me. And then scooped me in a big embrace. I am covered in sweat, was all I could say. You are beautiful, you tell me. Not many words were said after that. You just sat me down on the sofa and held my hands, making those eyes of yours say the words you needed not speak anyway. (After all, we did not even know what we were to each other.) I came to see you, I’m glad you’re home. And I stopped by the roadside when I saw these flowers, you said, all in one breath. I looked at the flowers, wrapped in newspaper. They are beautiful, just like you and your eyes, I wanted to tell you. But I was too shy to actually say that. You then left to catch your flight home. I did not finish sorting through those drawers. And I spent the rest of the day thinking of you, the broken pieces of my heart from the night before finding their way back to each other to mend somehow. This photo @richardgomezinstagram. This is how you looked that day (but with more clothes on๐Ÿ˜‚). Happy Valentine, my irresistible love. And I love that to this day, you still bring me flowers.♥๏ธ

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“Suffice to say that the circumstances of that night (in the disco ๐Ÿ˜‚) was enough for me to tell myself I should maybe not see you (or someone like you) again. My young heart was broken,” she wrote.

“The next day I turned my corner of the room upside down just to get you off my mind. And I promised myself I would not take your calls. I was on the floor, sorting through drawers and somewhat drenched in sweat, when I heard a knock on the door. Someone was there to see me, the yaya said,” she recalled.

Lucy then narrated how Richard redeemed himself.

“I went down to the sala. You were there. In khaki shorts and Doc Martens, a white shirt. Wild hair. Strong shoulders. Beautiful eyes. A bunch of wild sunflowers in your hands. You looked at me. And then scooped me in a big embrace. I am covered in sweat, was all I could say. You are beautiful, you tell me. Not many words were said after that,” she gushed.

She then continued how Richard won her heart with his sweetest gestures.

“You just sat me down on the sofa and held my hands, making those eyes of yours say the words you needed not speak anyway. (After all, we did not even know what we were to each other.) I came to see you, I’m glad you’re home. And I stopped by the roadside when I saw these flowers, you said, all in one breath. I looked at the flowers, wrapped in newspaper. They are beautiful, just like you and your eyes, I wanted to tell you. But I was too shy to actually say that,” she admitted.

“You then left to catch your flight home. I did not finish sorting through those drawers. And I spent the rest of the day thinking of you, the broken pieces of my heart from the night before finding their way back to each other to mend somehow.”

Lucy ended her post by showing appreciation for her husband’s consistent effort to show his love to this day.

“This photo. This is how you looked that day (but with more clothes on ๐Ÿ˜‚). Happy Valentine, my irresistible love. And I love that to this day, you still bring me flowers. ♥๏ธ” she wrote.

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