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OMG! I sneezed while watching this BEFORE he told about the sneeze blessing! (Of course, I've sneezed several times the last couple of days.)
2:25 guy in background oops let me just walk back in to the dark place.
Love your story.
Who knew that Stephen Colbert was so sweet? What a delight to see people in love!
Has anyone noticed that TV programs show mostly divorcees and unmarrieds? Except for perhaps 'Everybody loves Raymond' and a couple of others. We need MORE EXAMPLES of love-filled happy marriages on TV!!!!
He is so adorable
Love it 💕
this man can tell a story damn
I Love this story Soooo Much. I love the way He Loves his Evie !!!
Colbert is one of the smartest men on Earth - in many, many ways. And he knows how to tell a story.
Love that story!!❤️
Stephen Colbert for President. I'm being serious.
Did he just say Allen Ginsberg and Phillip Glass in the same sentence?
I'll never forget meeting my wife. To beautiful, to perfect, to intelligent. I never thought I would have a shot. I woke at 2 am a day after meeting her thinking how can this be possible. I never met anyone else like her, she's perfect. I ended up marrying her and 30 years later watching this clip I have tears. To love a woman, to really love a woman, a man is lucky. I thank god every day. I love my wife.
i love this story...i love how he tells it
Wiping the tears of joy from my eyes. Oh, to find a love hair that good.💖
For all the commenting people. I don't think love happens that often as we are used to think but sometimes the meeting of coincidents makes you stop and think... and a quote 'Chance and chance alone has a message for us. Everything that occurs out of necessity, everything expected, repeated day in and day out, is mute…We read its message much as Gypsies read the images made by coffee grounds at the bottom of a cup… Necessity knows no magic formulae–they are all left to chance. If a love is to be unforgettable, fortuities must immediately start fluttering down to it like birds to Francis of Assissi’s shoulders.' The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera