How We Met

Our Little Love Story



Two years ago, the day after Valentine's to be exact... I joined Match.com. After filtering about 100 emails, I narrowed down who I would actually meet. I met a couple fellows, and while everyone I met was nice, no one quite fulfilled everything I was looking for. I was content being the independent woman, and didn't want to commit unless it felt right. So after a couple weeks, I was sent a Match email with a list of a few men who were a good match for me. I clicked on this photo...




My initial thought was he was too good-looking for me, but I was just perusing and his profile captured my attention. He had read The Celestine Prophecy, which was one of my favorite books. And his profile was Cat5, which he went into how he was a huge weather enthusiast and was fascinated by hurricanes. I sent him an email instantaneously asking if he had read The Tenth Insight, (the follow-up to The Celestine Prophecy), and inquired a little about his passion of hurricanes. I too had been intent on following a couple storms in the media and was intrigued this unique guy.

The next few weeks we began talking on the phone everynight, and I felt like I was in high school all over again, like a little school girl chatting on the phone. After a couple weeks we began to get very nervous about meeting because we had already felt like we had sort of fallen for each other just by phone. And what if we weren't attracted to each other... or whatever dating nightmare my occur. But when we met at The Stained Glass Pub on March 20th, we were both shy and giggly, but utterly and completely smitten. I feared my fried clams and french fries would scare him off, because he ordered a "chicken breast and ceasar salad, hold the cheese and croutons, dressing on the side please." But I had to show him the real me--a Food Network addict.

Almost two years later, we have gone through way more than any couple should just in the first year alone. Even though we have had some tough times, I have never had anybody treat me better with the means he has. He still texts me like when we first met. He still tells me I'm beautiful everyday, even when I have no makeup, my hair is in a bun, and a I have on old ratty pajamas. He still looks at me with big adoring eyes. And he still has the biggest heart in anyone I've ever met.

So, Jason... thank you for being my Valentine. Thank you for showering me with your love.




I Love You My Valentine.

Comments

  1. How sweet! That is a real love story! Don't you just love love?
    -Missy May

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  2. What a wonderful Valentine and a beautiful story! Wishing you two many, many more Valentine's Days together. xoxo Gigi

    P.S. I made the tabasco and butter popcorn! I didn't have garlic salt, so I added Old Bay seasoning, and wow, was it delicious! Thanks for the inspiration, my friend.

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  3. What a great story!

    You both look so happy!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    Hugs,
    Adrienne

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  4. A beautiful story....here's to many, many more happy Valentine's together!

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  5. Ahem, Jason, well he is uh... gorgeous, but you already knew that so ignore me, but the point is, How in the world could anyone be too good looking for you missy??!! Youre stunning and lovely and sweet, a very powerful combo! ps food network addicts UNITE!

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  6. You two make a cute couple.

    I'm so old-school... we didn't have computers when I started dating! I'm glad to hear regular, normal people find love online.

    So modern and chic!!!!!!

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  7. This is so incredibly sweet! So happy you both found such a great friend in each other! Makes me want to give Match.com another shot now :) Happy Valentine's Day!

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