#365 Love is not about being single, it is about being social

Talk to me Tuesdays- Rachelle's story

I invite all of you to join me in sharing our stories with each other. Please fill out this survey and maybe you will be next week’s Talk To Me Tuesdays featured love story! Share your thoughts at Love Quest Survey.
Meet Rachelle from Ottawa!
She is a 50-59 year old woman and these are her love quest answers.
1. Do you believe in love at first sight?
2. Would you/have you ever used an online dating site?
3. Would you/have you ever used a matchmaking service?
4. Do you kiss and tell?
5. Do you believe in soulmates, i.e. that there is only one person out there for you?
1. What’s the worst opening line that’s ever been thrown your way?
"Rachelle, it appears to me you have quite the nice "rack"....omg first online date to boot
2. If you had to plan your perfect date, what would you do?
I would take a walk by water on a warm summers day and hopefully if things went well have a bite to eat with a glass of wine overlooking the water
3. What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you on a date?
I was meeting a date at a boathouse on Dows Lake (Ottawa). He said he would meet me in front of the boathouse at 6pm. I arrived promptly at 6pm and there he was handsome as could be. I proceeded to walk down the staircase and my heel got stuck in a crack just as I reached the bottom. I took a flip, and I mean a flip and yes I was wearing a dress...nothing less romantic than having a drink with an icepack on my knee.
4. Under what circumstances would you say it is permissible to date a friend’s ex-spouse (if any)?
Never, omg never.....that is just so smothered in wrong sauce.
5. What’s the most romantic thing you’ve ever done for someone else?
I had not seen him in 3 weeks as he was abroad for business....so I picked him up at the airport.....He came down the escalator not knowing that all I was wearing with my leather coat and heels was a smile. Nothing underneath.
Can't wait to hear your answers!


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