Success stories of speed dating
Before the rise of Tinder and OKCupid, back in the days when banging our friends didn’t require a Facebook account, there was speed dating.
Essentially, a session of heterosexual speed dating involves a group of women sitting around in a circle and a group of men who rotate around them.
We got to know each other well and the more I knew about him, the happier I was as he really was everything I had hoped he was. He is extremely attentive and playful and considerate. Sometimes I will wake up as he is making breakfast downstairs and hear them meowing at each other and it makes me laugh every time.
He says she needs to know that someone else speaks her language, and she seems to have understood that, as she has never bossed anyone around quite as much.
I am a proud father and deeply happy to know that he has a mother in Ragna, who, on a daily basis, provides him with a powerful love, strength and devotion.
She waits at the top of the stairs when he comes home from work.
When Aaron is at work he sends me an e-mail or will make a quick call just to hear my voice and to tell me he loves me and that he misses me.
On September 22nd, a couple of days before my Birthday, Aaron took me to the African Lion Safari (which he knew I would enjoy, having spent a lot of my childhood in Africa) where we went to see the animals and where we had a sushi lunch that he had brought for me as a surprise.
Afterwards we went for a walk along this trail we have run on together. I have found someone with whom I do want to spend the rest of time. Could it be as simple and as easy as this: One late December night in 2005, I did a search on Google for dating services and 25came up? I felt such a strong pull to attend that next event.