To say it was love, at first sight would be a lie.
It was more like animosity at first sight.
My first impression of him was that he was pompous. It was not in anything he said however how he filled a room when he walked in. His rolled-up sleeves just emphasized his toned arms and broad shoulders. His gait was that of a confident man, comfortable in his own skin. Bob was the perfect representation of masculinity. I hated him, or rather, the way he made me feel. This was the first time I was meeting him to present my company proposal. When I walked into his office, I found it uncomfortably warm. A small fan on his desk was running, so I assumed he felt the heat. When I finished my presentation, I could no longer lay it, and I asked him what was wrong with their Heating and AC. There was a smart thermostat that proved evident. Bob told me they had called the heating business, and the Heating and AC professional still needed to arrive. Her PA had contacted the heating corporation several hours earlier. I was done with my appointments for the day. I asked him if I could look at their whole home furnace. He led me to the heat pump upgrade and helped me fetch my tools. He was with me the entire time. I conducted gas furnace repair and told him it would help with indoor comfort before their heating corporation came to update some of the parts. He was impressed that he asked if I had ever worked in the heating industry, and I told him I owned a heating business. The following questions led me to him wanting to learn more about heating, especially the heat pump. He told me she wanted to purchase a new heating machine and would contact me to discuss it. My husband and I have been married for more than six years now.