A ‘Flirty’ Note Caught Woman Off Guard, Then She Saw the Familiar Phone Number

May 14, 2019 Updated: May 22, 2019

Most women would probably agree that they feel they are at their prettiest while wearing their favorite dress or having dabbed some makeup on. But who among them would say they feel that way just after coming out of the gym?

But that’s how this lucky lady felt after she got “hit on” after returning to her car, having just left the gym. Brené Brown, a published author from Houston, Texas, found something on her windshield that totally caught her off guard. It was a romantic note written on a napkin.

Brown found it a little creepy at first, but then something about it melted her heart.

Gepostet von Brené Brown am Donnerstag, 7. Januar 2016

On it was written, “You are really cute. I am going 2-stepping tonight, if you would like to join me. Call me.” She was surprised at first and thought, “What the heck?” until she saw the phone number and realized that it was her husband’s number.

Someone left this napkin note on my car at the gym this morning. I was like, "What the heck?" Then I recognized my husband's phone number. He had me at two-stepping. #doyoulikepiñacoladas

Gepostet von Brené Brown am Samstag, 20. Februar 2016

After taking a photo of the lovely token of love, she posted the note on her Facebook page. After sharing her initial shock, she added humorously, “He had me at two-stepping.”

The post about her husband’s cute gesture went viral and garnered over 1,000 comments from other ladies sharing how romantic it was and sharing their own “little” stories of love and romance.

We met 27 years ago this month – lifeguards who fell in love at the neighborhood pool. Today is our 20th wedding…

Gepostet von Brené Brown am Mittwoch, 11. Juni 2014

This just goes to show that women appreciate compliments from their husbands.

Honeymoon in San Francisco circa 1994. Nice shoes. And socks. We rocked the Birks before Birks were cool. I was in…

Gepostet von Brené Brown am Donnerstag, 22. Dezember 2016

It also shows that no matter how long you have been together, partners out there should get a cue from Brené’s husband to never stop courting even through small gestures of love.

We met 29 years ago this month and got married 22 years ago today. We read Kahlil Gibran at our wedding and these lines…

Gepostet von Brené Brown am Samstag, 11. Juni 2016