Is it possible to find love with someone you haven’t met in person yet? Well, in 6 days, I’m about to find out.
I met an American on Tinder in November. I never really thought anything of it because well, the distance, and also the whole Covid thing didn’t help. After four months of consistent chats and video calls (except for the two weeks I dated someone else), one or two arguments, and a few steamy phone calls, we decided to roll the dice. He’s invited me to stay with him in his newly rented home in Ohio for an undisclosed amount of time. Initially I was going to visit for four days, then that turned into two weeks, and now with the crazy restrictions in Canada, we’re leaning more toward a two-month-long first date.
As a non-essential worker here in Toronto, I’ve been in and out of work for almost a year. So with nothing tying me down, I am packing my bags and going.
I feel good about this. If I didn’t, I wouldn’t be going. I was definitely resistant to the whole relationship from the beginning, but he has charmed my boots off and has seemingly won me over.
So this is me documenting the experience.
This also begs me to ask the question: how far have you travelled for a first date? I’m about to travel over 400 miles for mine, so wish me luck!
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oh my! how exciting! I’m hoping this will make me believe in love again, or at least fun and cuddles! Good luck. The most I’ve travelled was a two hour drive. I guess I need to take more risks!
Thank you! 🙂
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Good luck!! I’m excited to read more about this. I’ve met people while I was on vacation by swiping on an app but I never traveled far to see them.