There is a guy out there who jumped into a relationship ready to take care of his sick woman. He wakes up every morning excited to brew a cup of Throat Coat and give the newest natural healing pill to his woman on a bamboo serving tray of warm cereal with wheat germ. Caregiving with love is his mission in the relationship.
After Wayne Dorsey sat his 70 year-old mother down one Sunday evening and explained his plan to marry his long-time Jewish girlfriend Susan, she never stopped reminding him of the fire and brimstone that await Baptists who marry outside their faith.
So instead of attending her son’s wedding on May 7, 2005, she simply spent the evening sulking and watching pre-recorded episodes of “Wheel of Fortune.”
Martin Mills was not looking for love when Denah Beasley pulled up in her silver Ford Taurus to spark pleasant conversation. He was simply lounging on his grandmother’s porch, enjoying a mid-evening August breeze after a day’s work of paving roads. Other than his three children, Martin did not have anyone special in his life. The two would later exchange numbers.
When you’ve been dating long enough, you’ve had the opportunity to go to a seasonal festival or a concert by now. So you know how hard it is to have a date at events. Here are a few simple rules to make dating easier at your next Spring Arts Festival.
1. Plan Your Communication
Remember, the reason for going on a date is to have time together. While you don’t have to talk to one another to do that, you still want to be able to know your date’s needs, even if she’s your wife.