A lot of us love technology, and for good reason — it makes our lives easier, connects us with friends near and far and entertains us to no end (as soon as I’m allowed to marry my i Phone, it’s happening).Online dating is the perfect marriage — excuse the pun — of technology and romance.Back in 1995, only 14 percent of single American adults had Internet — much less dating profiles.These days, according to an April 2015 study, “nearly nine-in-ten Americans are online.” That’s a pretty impressive change in 20 years.We are actually meeting people out, taking the time to know them in person, and determining from there if this will go any further.I think online dating is easier then going out to a bar and trying to pick someone up…We decided to meet at a midnight movie at Spectacle Theater in Williamsburg (basically the most obscure thing we could do).
Now, online ‘dating’ back then was not the same as today.
We fell in love over our want for a life partner and our enthusiasm for living life in the most exciting ways possible.” Brian: “My wife and I met on e Harmony in August 2013 and we had our first child January of 2016. She’s from rural Kansas (graduating high school class of 30), and I’m from Dallas suburbia (graduating high school class of 1400).
We’re both nurses, but in different fields and hospital networks. I think I might still have some of our first emails.
Olivia contacted me first — I didn’t see her profile while browsing.
When I clicked through, the first thing I looked at was her pictures, which were perfect.