The last Thursday of every month, Adventures in Dating features a guest writer. Today Anna is sharing the story of how she met her husband Raymond.
As a parent I have a very important role in teaching my kids good life skills in order to keep them out of danger. These tidbits of advice can range from the importance of having a balanced breakfast, which does not mean ensuring the equal parts of milk to cookies as my daughter seems to think, to the big things like the danger of running near busy roads. These things may not seem to have any relation to dating or finding the love of your life for many people, but it has a pretty ironic meaning in my husband and I’s story.
Please welcome the newest voice to Just a Trace, Sarah. Sarah is kicking off her debut post by sharing with us the perfect summer road trip playlist. I’ve already tried it out so you can take my word for it that this playlist will be your perfect summer companion.
Hi there, Just A Trace readers! My name is Sarah, and you might be seeing me around here every so often! You can read more in my bio under this post and find more of me on Twitter and Instagram.
I’ve come today to share with you something so near and dear to me, a compilation of the world’s greatest “summer road trip songs” (as far as I am concerned, anyway!)
When I started online dating it was during a time when it was not very widespread. In fact, when people used asked where Mark and I met we always said it was through a mutual friend. Only a year later, when Tinder was becoming popular and online dating was more the norm, did we fess up to the fact that we met online.
For me, one of the most difficult parts of living with someone else is deciding what to cook each night for dinner. When I lived alone I’d grab take out on the way home, eat leftovers or (gasp!) even have a bowl of cereal for dinner.
Now that I live with my husband (a man that is always hungry), I want to make sure I am feeding him a well balanced and delicious meal.