Sunflowers and Poems
“It’s produced more happiness!”
So says Jerald of his new love. He says he signed up “to meet the love of my life” and we were his first online dating destination. He was “somewhat” confident that his goal could be achieved this way. And just one month after signing up on our site, he met Honeylene.
She was three months into her membership and had joined the site for similar reasons. Honeylene was here to find a life-long love! When she received Jerald’s Flirt, she inspected his profile carefully. She liked his “cute eyes and nose.” Jerald compliments the sunflower picture she posted.
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Their interactions were powerful. Before long, Honeylene found herself thinking, “he is the one I want to spend my life with, forever.” Jerald was ready to move things forward. “I could not spend another day without seeing her,” he confides.
So they met in her native land, the Philippines, and traveled around the country. Jerald struck her as “a very caring man,” exactly what he’d seemed in their communications from afar. She was surprised by “how comfortable we are together.”
Jerald was reassured to discover that “she was as beautiful on the outside as her heart-felt messages were. Still, with any long-distance relationship there are hurdles to overcome. Honeylene cites “traveling across the world, and immigration issues” as the couple’s biggest obstacles.
One day, Jerald let her know that he was ready to solve that problem. “He wrote a proposal in a poem!” she exclaims, swooning. While it was her choice to make, she was glad to get the go-ahead from people who matter. “He was very understanding and very respectful, not only to me but also to my whole family,” she reports.
To singles still seeking their special someone, Honeylene has a few words of encouragement. “Believe in yourself and that God has a plan for you,” she tells our readers. Jerald chimes in with this: “Seek out as many possible mates, so that you can truly find your one and only.”
It worked for them!
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