Love is nothing but a rollercoaster that takes you on a ride of surprises. This madly in love couple met a very big surprise when they shared their past with each other. They just didn’t know these important things about each other that was going to stun them.
Amy Giberson after dating her beau Justin Pounders for a while understood that he is her Mr. Perfect. She had never felt so happy in her life as she did while being with him. They continued to let their love flourish further. It was then a picture of her past resurfaced and amazed Justin completely.
Giberson has a very interesting past. She spent her childhood days in St. Petersburg, Florida. She during those time got a crush on a boy in her class of Preschool. They used to play together, eat together and watch games of tag in schoolyard together. Their cute romance captured everyone’s attention including the teachers. 30 years have passed by but their teacher still has their affection for each other inked in their mind.
Remembering The Lovers
Their cute love story soon captured the attention of the whole school. Even after the 30 years flew by Diane Twar, the former owner, and teacher of Sunshine Preschool still remembers the toddler lovers. “They had a blast with each other. It was a quiet, bashful romance. They liked each other from afar, it was a young love, like a sweet crush.” she recalls to the People.
Unfortunately, these tiny lovers had to part their ways after passing the kindergarten. They were only three years old when they had met each other and by the time she entered the university she had forgotten her first ever crush completely.
Struggling Love Life
Giberson could never experience that innocent love afterward. She had a painful love life. She got deeply hurt everytime she got into a love affair. That happened so many time that her friend started advising her to not to give herself completely into relationships.
The Unwanted Advise
In November 2016 while giving an interview to the Cosmopolitan, Giberson Opened up about her love life. she said “People would tell me, ‘Don’t be so open, Amy. Don’t trust so easily.’ But if I stopped doing that, it wouldn’t be me. It’s just absolutely nuts that I [was] the tragically misguided girl who was always let down.”