Laura and Rudolfs – a couple that could turn even the biggest non-believer into a hopeless romantic. They have the kind of love you can see in the movies – in bigger and smaller things, so deep, beautiful, colourful and endless. How does love look from Laura`s point of view?

Love is...

Tears and fighting about nonsense, make-up sex and falling asleep in his arms. Love is taking care of another during fever, serving breakfast in bed, cleaned shoes and ironed trousers. Love is sneaking together to the fridge at midnight, telling secrets under a blanket and a burnt pot of soup. It is travelling the world, adventures, accepting the crazy siblings, family reunions and giving the biggest piece of cake to your other half. Love is exploding in a burst of laughter, inside jokes and team work. Love is beautiful.

Love isn`t...

Selfish or egoistic, it doesn`t demand or try to change.

I think, someone could fall for me, because...

As my husband`s grandmother used to say: “I am a one man woman”. I think, we are kind of the same. I am loyal and I can play only in one team. Plus, I`m always up for a night with chips and NBA Playoffs.

And I can fall for someone, if...

The sexiest thing about a man is his mind, confidence and a good sense of humour. If a man can make a woman laugh to tears and knows that a good bottle of champagne is a great investment – he will get far.

Stupid misconception about love...

They say: “Find a job you like and you won`t have to work”. I would put it like this: “Find The One and you won`t have to work on your relationships”. It is a misbelief that relationships mean hard work. It is said by people who haven`t found the real one and feel unhappy in their relationships.

One relationship tip for everyone...

You never ever stop searching! No, it is not normal that he annoys you with the way he`s eating, driving a car or talking to your girlfriends. If you`re with the right one, nothing annoys you. Don`t settle for something less – keep searching and don`t give up.

I haven`t told this to my partner, but maybe should...

I`m not a pessimist but I do realise that tomorrow may not come, so I`m trying to say everything right now.

The most valuable thing about my partner...

This might sound cheesy, but I value the support the most. It is important to me that my significant other supports me even at times when he doesn`t agree with me – and my husband does it just brilliantly.

My partner changed me…

He really wants me to be more diplomatic, but with my desire to say everything that`s on my mind, it`s really hard./p>

The moment I realised: “He`s the one!”...

The second date, when he accidently smashed his head against the opened car boot. Then I realised that behind the perfectly ironed shirt, Hollywood smile and confidence there is a completely real and awkwardly charming man.

A small thing that makes your relationships special...

Breakfast in bed even during a work week, black and white movie nights, a dessert in a grocery bag, playing chasing games... thousands of special things. I am happy every day that I`m married to this man.

Your happiest moments are...

Now I have to agree with Charlotte from Sex and the City – if you`re in the right relationships, you feel happy every day. Of course, not all day long, but every day.

When you`re not together, the thing you miss the most...

His scent.

One love for a lifetime? I think, ...

I don`t believe in one love for a lifetime. I think, in order to find someone you want to grow old with, you must go through many heartbreaking, painful relationships. You must become annoying to your girlfriends with all the talking about your ex and clean out a few wine cellars afterwards (that`s a must to find the one). I believe in love for life, but not one love.