I wanted to post a fun discussion. How did you meet your significant other? I met Mike on Match.com in July of 2003. He wrote me and it took me a month to respond. He didn't have a picture posted or his job. I thought he was porbabl some loser living with his mom, age 45, no job etc. Horrible right? Anyway I finally responded and we wrote a few times. Our first phone conversatino was over 4 hours long (amazing because my hubby hates to talk on the phone) and we talked every night for 4 days. I was on vacation and he offered to pick me up at the airport. By this time I had found out that my best friend's brother knew him. I stil hadn't seen a picture of him when I got off the plane. The first date was 8 hours and he met me at the airport with a single rose. He came to my work the next day with 6 more roses and he met my family that day. We hung out everynight that week. Our second date I knew he was the one and he told me that he loved me and we would marry someday. That Sunday he proposed at the chapel on my college campus. This was one week after we met. I moved in a week later, we married 9 months later (ironic now that I think about tht 9 month courtship) and we have been married 4 years this April. He is wonderful and I am so blessed. I can't wait to have a family with him!!
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