Getting married after 3 months dating
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I’ll come to your part of town so that you don't have to worry about driving late.
It can be quick, just a drink, but I would just love to meet you before Monday.” Before James, I had talked to a few guys on Bumble, but James was the first person that I actually met up with.
But over a few glasses of wine one night, my friend convinced me that I needed to meet someone and go out, so I signed up for Bumble. A big part of the reason that I swiped his profile was because we had so many friends in common [Bumble connects you through Facebook friends].
At the time, I lived in this condo that had gable fences, and when he picked me up, he said it was like a fairy tale.
He said a bunch of really nice things that I can’t remember because I was in shock. Then his sisters came running out of the dunes and drank Champagne with us.
Then he took me to dinner at the restaurant where we had our first official date.
We started texting on a weekend and then he called me on the following Tuesday to ask me out for dinner. My job is a little bit nuts, so I had to push our dinner off until the Monday after.
That Thursday though, he texted me: “Hey, I know you can’t do dinner until Monday, but would you want to meet me for a drink at least after work tonight?
I guess it was probably a month and a half into dating that James told me, "I am going to marry you, and it’s going to be soon because I don't see the point in waiting." In the past, my family had always said, "Give it a year," but when they met James, they were like, "Oh, you're going to marry him; you’ll be married before the end of next year!