So I’m typing it up for anyone out there who would like to hear about the process of going from online dating -time didn’t go so well. I didn’t give it much effort, either, so the outcome wasn’t anything to talk about.But time was a different story, because it’s how I met my fiancé!I needed something to do during break other than practice my violin and watch netflix, so I decided to try two different “hobbies.” The first was training for a marathon (which I ran the following February! I’m a planner, so I totally did my research before I signed up for an account. Some people are great at dating, but let me tell you that a natural at this!
That was something I hadn’t I hadn’t felt with any of the other dates. If you’ve met “your person”, you know exactly what I’m talking about! Here’s My Story" data-jpibfi-src="https://i2com/ Nate-223.jpg? resize=740,494" data-recalc-dims="1" The story goes on from there through several years of dating, a proposal, and now planning a wedding!
I’m headed to enjoy a yoga class and then do some violin practicing for a weekend gig.
It’s finally getting cold in Austin this weekend, and I couldn’t be more excited!!
It’s not like dating IRL, when something happens every few weeks or months or years…online dating is a constant fire hydrant of attention and messages, new profiles to look at and potential dates to message. I decided to stop when school started again, which was mid-January.
But there was this one guy I had been messaging who I still wanted to meet in person…. Here’s My Story" data-jpibfi-src="https://i2com/ Nate-002.jpg? resize=740,494" data-recalc-dims="1" Nate messaged me, and we instantly hit it off, messaging back and forth for a couple weeks.