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Long Distance Relationship
I had just gotten out of a bad relationship that turned terribly sour, and ended up feeling pretty jaded. Two years before I was divorced as well, so I gave up on meeting someone at a young age. I decided to try meeting someone online, on a dating site. My theory was that I could have a chance to get to know them before actually meeting them, and I had a list of questions that I wanted to ask each candidate. I put up a profile on two sites and got several responses. Most of them were duds, to put it mildly.
My boyfriend's email was short and sweet. He simply wanted to meet me in person because I seemed very unique, intelligent, and pretty. I kept deferring him until he said that he felt as if I had already stood him up without giving him a chance. I realized I was perhaps being too strict, so I agreed to lunch.
When I talked to him on the phone I realized he was from Scotland. He explained that he was in the states on an extended holiday after ending a 5 year relationship that was going nowhere. He had sold his apartment in Glasgow and came to Florida for 3 months. We got along famously. He made me laugh a lot, and I honestly felt so at ease, relaxed, and happier than I had in years. We just seemed to be on the same wavelength, though we had such different backgrounds. I was shocked because my exhusband and I had had very similar upbringings and families but we just never quite clicked, in my mind.
We spent every weekend together, and many days during the week when I could take time off work. When we were together even the most mundane daily tasks seemed to hold a magical beauty that I had either previously been unaware of, or I had completely ignored. Even laying on the couch watching movies, or hanging out with my group of friends seemed to be more interesting.
When he left to return to Scotland I was devestated. I felt so sad, I was beside myself. I had finally found someone who truely challenged me to be a better person, who complemented and supplemented me, who soothed my anxieties and bolstered my weaknesses. But we kept talking, daily, for hours on the telephone. We email every day. I am off to meet his family in Scotland very soon, and he has decided to move to the states permanently to be with me.
We discussed his move and he simply asked if he had to speak with my father first if he wanted to wed me. I said that it would only be polite, so until he comes back to the states this fall we are simply boyfriend and girlfriend. After the many trials and tribulations I've had in longterm relationships, I am surprised to have found this lovely man from across the Atlantic. I feel blessed to be with him.
Cynthia from Florida, USA
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