On our first date, we went out on American Lake in a canoe. It was a public setting, yet private enough to feel that we could focus entirely on each other. About 3 hours into our date, one speed boat past by us in one direction, while another sped by on the other side of the canoe in the opposite direction causing turbulent water. We were so focused on each other that attention to the balance point was forgotten and shockingly the canoe capsized. In our partial fear and surprise, on that day, we learned something about each other on a deeper level than would have taken six months or more of dating to learn. We formed a bond from that event that deepened our appreciation of each other and of life. A bond that manifested into a mutually loving and respectful relationship. We married on the same lake where our canoe had capsized, thus giving rise to the saying, "We took the plunge where we took the plunge."
We both live in the same state and actually started off our conversations mutually admitting that we lived a few hundred miles away. But I am just starting a Law Enforcement Academy and she is still deep into her nursing school studies, so, the casual way that the site allowed us to get to know each other and plan for meeting up let the long-distance relationship become closer and closer.
I thank you very much, PS, as I'd never have met her if it weren't for you! AND WITHOUT "THE TALK OF DEATH," TOO!! :D
I'll be honest, after almost 4 years on here. Weeding through profiles and meeting almost half a dozen women in person. I finally found someone I want to marry. She is amazing and everything I always wanted. I feel so lucky. I think due to our situation and the horrible people we have each dated we really appreciate each other so much more. I'm so thankful to this site. Before I was on here life felt hopeless and I never thought I would meet someone. I'm so happy and grateful this site is here. She is so perfect for me and I know without the site I would of never met her. Thank you so much.
I can't believe that an unfortunate circumstance has led me to such a wonderful man. When I was diagnosed, I never thought that finding love was going to be possible. I hope to spend the rest of my life with him.
Yet to be written. Connected on the site. We talked and met for a date. I have a good feeling and think it will work out. Yet to be written. Connected on the site. We talked and met for a date. I have a good feeling and think it will work out.
thank you ps. I met a really nice girl and we are currently dating. We are originally from the same area so we have alot in common. The results i've had from this site are better than I could have ever imagined. Again, thanks so much.
I reached out and she responded which was the beginning of something great. You can't get anywhere unless you take chances and/or risks. We are building our future together and it is very bright indeed.
I was on here for less than 2 months and met about 4 or 5 different guys. I did have to go through a few before I found my special guy. He was only on here 1 day and we started talking by email right away. A few days later we met up for dinner. And sparks were flying. We talk to each other everyday and can't wait to see each other. We just knew right away we were for each other. He is about 70 miles away so don't let the distance get in the way of meeting someone. We are in a committed relationship and since we are both divorced...we are in no hurry to get married again. Don't give up. Keep searching for your person!
I met a man with a similar background and a similar story of why we are in the position we are in. He is amazing and I could not ask for a better boyfriend. He is sweet, kind, funny, and caring. He is also handsome. We spoke online for 2 months before meeting and have talked every day since I sent him a wink.