Mars & Deborah 3:
As Deborah went to the departure hall to fly out of Adelaide I knew that the next few months were going to drag on slowly and that I would miss her like crazy. I just didnt want her to go but that was the reality of the situation. When she got back...
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She's From:   Canada
He's From:     United States

I met the love of my life in a main chat room at the end of May.

I was new to chatting, only having started in March of this year.

     
 

He had been online for over 2 years.

I am from Canada and he is from the U.S. We started out having a friendly conversation and making it clear to one another that we were not interested in "finding someone", only a friendship.

Well to make a long story short, our relationship blossomed. No, we are not people in our 20's. He is 52 and I am 43.

One day I got up the nerve to ask him to visit my hometown as a "friend". At first he said no, but after a couple of tries, he finally relented. After almost 4 months of constant messaging one another, he came to visit.

 

 



   

 

 
       
 

We knew long before we met in real life that we were in love with each other. At the airport, as soon as we met, our love was even stronger. We had a wonderful 5 days together. On the fourth day of being together he asked me to be his wife,he said he knew I was right the one for him. I accepted his proposal. We have kept in constant contact by both computer and telephone since his return to the U.S.

One week ago today, my son and I returned from visiting him in his hometown in the U.S. after having been there for a week. He is truly a wonderful man and his parents, brothers and co-workers welcomed my son and I with open arms. I love him more and more each day and proudly wear his ring.

As it stands now, we have both filled out immigration papers as my son and I will be making the move to the U.S. This is all a waiting game with U.S. Immigration. In the meantime I will be making another trip to his hometown in the middle of April and I can hardly wait.

I never thought anything like this would happen in my life. I've heard all the horror stories but I am living proof that yes internet dating is certainly not a bad thing at all. Good luck to those who are also involved in this new type of dating.

"Margaret"