How did you meet your mate and where and how long have you been together?
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June 20, 2019 / By Indigo Question:
wnnp1, i have a very full life and if you didn't want to answer the q then you shold have scrolled but its obvious you don't have anything positive to share,it does give you the option to answer the q or not. this is an ansewrs forum, b i tc h
you get a life!!!!!!!!!!!
as for my story i met my mate 15 years ago thru my neighbor,he was a gentlemen then and still is we've been married for 14 years
Best Answers: How did you meet your mate and where and how long have you been together?
Elba | 7 days ago
It's a very long story how I met my husband but I'll try to shorten it as much as possible. ...I was working as a housekeeper for a famous actor in Hollywood. He had a friend who was starting a psychic tv show so I went as one of her guest. She told me I was going to meet, fall in love and married a Canadian warrior and have four children. Canadian warrior, right? I didn't know any Canadians.At the time I was writing penpals through the Recycler newspaper which had a penpal section in back where you can send letters all over the world. I wrote an ad for the Canadian sister newspaper of the Recycler and it was printed in cananda. For weeks I hadn't heard anything from my ad. Then suddenly I got a phone call from a Canadian man who was a Deep Sea Diver in the Canadian Navy. The reason I didn't get any calls form my ad was because it was posted in the wrong section. My now husband was looking for a part for his boat and found my ad in the boat session. Curiously he phoned and we began talking and finding lots of stuff in common. He was on Victoria Island then where he lived but was deployed to Ontario for six months. We wrote letters and talked on the phone. After his tour in Ontario he returned to Victoria Island which is above California opposite Washington State. It was May "93. I went up to meet him for the first time. We met in Seattle, Washington.We drove to Canada and took the ferry to the island for the weekend. It was lust at first sight. During the weekend we feel in love. June 19th is his birthday. June 20th is mine. He came down to California to celebrate our birthdays. Four days we were together totally. Two in Canada. Two in California. In August he decided he couldn't stand to be apart so he quit the Navy and moved to California. On our third date we went to Las Vegas and got married. He joined the American Army and is now a Sargeant. It's been 13 years, four children and he's still my Canadian(American) warrior. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Originally Answered: Dealing with room mate?
SAME problem related to the whole light thing.
this is what you do. Just ONE night YOU stay up at a time when you know she usually sleeps and turn on the lights and do something like homework and see if she says anything. If she does then you know she is very inconsiderate, etc. and you just say "It's not very nice when you have to go to sleep and someone keeps you up with the lights is it?"
Explain to her that you sleep at a normal time when people sleep so she should respect t hat and turn the lights off and study someowhere elese. it;s not your fault she stays up late. It would be understandable if you were going to bed at 6pm or 7pm because thats early..i'm assumiong you go to bed at like 10pm
And about that whole peeing thing..that is straight up stankin!!! I personally would get a different roommate. I can only imagin ahow rank and foul the bathroom is! EWWWies
We met 6 years ago at a restaurant we both worked at it. But we got into a silly argument when we first met and didn't talk to each for a while. We've been together for 5 years and 3 months now, and we've been married for 1 1/2 months.
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You probably mean husband but I'm going to answer anyhow.
I met my guy online, in a chat room. We were both married and were just friends for almost 5 years. Things changed in both our lives and we started seeing each other differently. We've been together a year and life just gets better with each passing day.
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He went to the same high school as my little sister (I lived with my g-parents)...I was visiting one weekend, and stopped at a gas station across from the school, and he happened to be there on his way to football practice. I thought he was really hot, so my sister introduced us. We didn't actually get together untill 5 years later (when one of us was single, the other was not)...we lost track of each other and we both ended up marrying other people and divorcing, and finally got together (by chance...I had my car packed down and was about to move out of the state, and he just happened to THINK he saw me through the window where I worked, so he stopped to see)....been married 6 years. What's funny is my 1st husbands name was the same as his, and his 1st wife's name was the same as mine.
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Met in high school, his senior year, my junior. Dated for a couple months, then broke up when he went to Navy boot camp. A year passed by w/o any contact. He gets invited to my senior reception, and we automatically attract to each other. We've been together for 2 yrs 2 months....been engaged for 1 yr 1 months of that, and getting married in 2 weeks and 2 days.
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We met at a local bar. He was buying me drinks. My kind of man! We've been together almost 5 yrs. Married for almost 3 and we have a 2 year old daughter, Alyssa
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Originally Answered: Room mate left with my car.?
Wow girl--this is quite a mess it seems. But, the first thing i'd like to say is never, ever, never ever do this sharing of something so touch & go again-with anyone. Simple answer though--the car IS registered in ur name--so it is urs--& ir's been "stolen" in essence from you--although she did pay for things--it's still registered in YOUR name~!!. Now, you have two choices here as i see it--call & talk to her--or her mom or wherever she is--& tell here she IS driving a stolen car---& your willing to overlook the fact she took it-maybe out of frustration-=or whatever--if it's brought back & you'll pay her expenses to get her bk, to where she now lives by bus--or whatever--or, you can put out a state APB--All Points Bulletin--that she is driving a stolen car--& she'll be picked up--& brought bk., where you are----to go to court--be confined probably--& pay for whatever she owes in court costs besides. & this is why you don't ever do this type of thing----------without contracts b-tween two ppl--with an Attorney involved!! So, good luck to you--& to her as well-- God Bless. Thankx, Victorianlady359 P. S.---I would like to add here--that you point out--that is this lady did something to this car--got rid of it--sold it without ur consent--or sold it period---there are more--serious repercussion's--that you can press for--& tell her too--that once you contact the police--and an attorney--it's out of ur hands. So, again good luck--and God Bless. Oh, also--since she crossed state line's--there will be those charges as well--so, it would be to her advantage--to have the car brought back--to you--in one piece--or she will be paying for this mistake--for a long, long, long time--in more ways then she probably even thought possible, from the very beginning--when she took off in it.