I first met Two2iris (Anne) here exactly one year ago. We emailed for a couple of days, then since we lived not too far from each other we called, talked a couple of times and then met at a park where we chatted for hours, ate chocolate ice cream and watched the sunset.
We hit it off from the beginning and last month on June 23 we were married.
She is a wonderful person, beautiful inside and out, a sincere and caring woman with lots of energy and a great positive attitude toward everything. Not to mention her wonderful sense of humor and just generally being a fun person to be with.
I would like to thank LDSMingle for helping us meet and for allowing us to start what has become a wonderful life together.
We had a short honeymoon last month but will be leaving for NYC the first of August to spend time with her family and see the sights and of course continue our honeymoon.
Good luck to you all!!!
selmann & Two2iris
We were reminiscing tonight and wanted to share our success story. Katsdad sent me a smile a year ago Saturday the 28th of July. It just said, "I like your smile." The rest as they say is history. After exchanging smiles, cards and eventually emails we decided to share our phone numbers. We spent hours (literally) on the phone with each other. Not knowing each other, I don't know how we talked so long on the phone, but we seemed to just mesh. We dated for 3 months and katsdad surprised me with a proposal on Christmas Eve. We were married on March 30th. Anyone out there who thinks there isn't someone for them should just hang in there. Katsdad had decided to drop his membership because he had 6 children and was sure no woman would want to take on his brood, but we found each other at the last minute. Thanks for making it all possible.
edithfawn & Katsdad
I don't think my wife and I ever had a chance to drop you a line and say thank you for your service! I know to some people it may sound corny to find love through the internet, but it worked for us. We were both college students and found each other's profiles on LDSMingle and started talking out of curiosity. We were married in the Cardston, Alberta temple in December of 2006. Thanks for providing this service! It has changed our lives forever!
WOW!! Who would think you could actually meet a nice bloke from this computer stuff ha??? Well girls I have!!! In fact this site has made it so easy to find that perfect match. Just keep looking and doing the right things and you will be blessed for it. Its soooooo nice to be in love and have someone treat me like a princess. Thanks LDS Mingle.......you rock :) I'll let you know when we get to the temple together ....planned for September YIPPEE!!!!!! Thanks again from down under.
I will make this quick:
In February of 2006 Simon and I first got in contact. I thought he was "dashing" and quite the epitome of an attractive well-kempt man.
After a few weeks of chatting, we decided we wanted to meet each other. The thing was, I was living in Utah and Simon was from England. So, Simon flew to see me on April 13th, and spent 2 weeks with me as we traveled the country. We decided all the feelings we had been having that "this is the one" were just stronger and validated.
In July I visited Simon in England and we were engaged on July 8th. We spent two weeks travelling England.
In October Simon came to visit me, this time for three months, as we really got to know each other. We were still waiting for his fiance visa as he was relocating to live in the US with me.
After his three months here, I went to England again for a month to be with him in March of 2007. We had never been so poor and strapped for money but also so happy.
Finally in March we got his visa at the London Embassy and on April 21st, 2007 we were married in the Salt Lake Temple. Now we live in St. George and plan to continue to move around the country and find our niche.
He is my best friend, and we always say "I wonder what would have happened if you never got online and...."
I never would have believed it! When you find that special someone, you just know... of course the spirit helps; although, I was kinda dense and it took me awhile to figure it out. It is just amazing when you find your eternal companion, espcially when she lives 3500 miles away. We met here on LDS Mingle June of 06. I asked TamaraRD how she felt about moving to Alaska in December 06. We were engaged "offically" in Febuary 07 after I asked her father for permission to marry her. We were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on April 6, 2007. It defies description, so I'm not going to try to explain how wonderful it is.
cabpack & TamaraRD
Of course we would want to share our story. Sggirbt and I were married in Las Vegas on June 2, 2007. I had been on Mingle for three years and he about a year. I was widowed in 2001 and he lost his wife in 2004. We were both busy with travel and I with work and had just had casual conversations but I found him very much a gentleman and a devoted and active father. I can't say what it was that made him interesting, whether it was his humble straight forwardness, or his kind voice. I just knew he was worth meeting. He came to Las Vegas and I knew after the first three days that we were together that we had good potential and although he seems shy, we seemed to be able to communicate on many different levels. We both work hard and are very active. We love travel by car and I liked his driving which says a lot as I can be critical.
He fit the criteria that met my physical comfort zone. He brought the perfect getting to know you gift for our first date. Would you believe a loaf of homemade wheat bread, he grinds his own wheat and makes it the old fashioned way. Then to top it off a bag of some pretty amazing cookies. We dated a few times, and then he met my daughter and I met his daughter and they both approved. We do have more children, but those were the ones who were asked to critique the relationship. My daughter because she knows my heart, and his daughter because she is tough enough to tell it like she sees it. He had already proposed (on bended knee) and I had said yes, but the date was pretty much still open. The second day after his daughter met me her husband told me, "By the way, your wedding date is June 2, at 3:00 PM." I laughed and then said, "All right, that works for me!" The rest is history. I believe in small weddings, but that wasn't to be. We were married in my ward chapel by my bishop, as lots of the people who were coming were not of our faith. We had 90 people there. His 86 year old brother was his best man, and my 88 year old Aunt was my Matron of Honor and four of our granddaughters accepted to be bridesmaids. Three of his grandsons stood up with the best man. The wonderful thing is that it is better than we both dreamed it would be for both of us.
I relocated which is something that was important for him. I bet between us we probably will never need to buy a tool, which we both use lots of and often. We are both full of ambition and ideas and now we have someone to share the joy of doing things again. He is busy getting the lawn planted again and soon I will be building my welding shop on the back lot. Our compatibility is far beyond anything we had dreamed! We did get to have a wonderful week running around coast of California and walking on the beach and sharing each others families. We are so happy being together and it doesn't seem possible that we just were married a 6 weeks ago. Life is good and we are ready to make the most of it. Mingle gave us both the opportunity to meet different people and to look for the person who put the spark back in living and we found each other. I am very grateful for the opportunity that being on Mingle gave me to have a place I could express my believes, explore new thoughts, and share in the wonderful variety of personalities. Everyone who shares here brings such a full spectrum of experience to the boards. To see the sincerity and love that is shared is heart warming and humbling and I loved every time I was able to visit the site.
We are planning to have a "for time only" sealing ceramony in one of the near by Temples in the future. Since we were both sealed to our previous mates we didn't choose to change that and were both content to enjoy our relationship in the here and now of our mortal lives and choose to live in gratitude and joy, sharing the most precious gift, the bonus days of our lives. We attend church regular and live our faith. He brings the anchor to my life as the priesthood holder in our home, and has a wonderfully loving nature that has me feeling more secure than I have ever felt before.
whitecloud & Sggirbt
One day aj26(Aaron) was looking through the LDS Mingle profiles and one caught his eyes,so he sent me a flirt in July/02/05 and I replied with one the next day. We started to send many flirts back and forth for the first month or so then it turned in to emails and e-cards, we sent many gifts by mail too.
One day he asked for my phone number and he called me, it was so wonderful to hear each other voices. He made many phone calls, the more we talked the more we felt in love. After many months of phone calls and text messages, we decided to meet. He got a plane ticket and came to Peru on Feb/12/06, it was good to meet him in person. He was everything I expected and more. We continued to talk to each other until he asked if I´d like to marry with him. We got married in Peru on Sept/16/06.
We talk every day. He is so wonderful to me.
Thank you so much LDS Mingle and Our Heavenly Father for helping us to find each other: as Eternal Family.
God bless you so much,
Sweet_heart( Pilar) & Aj26 (Aaron)
sweet_heart & aj26
Rorie and I met here and have been bringing out the best in each other. Never expecting to find someone where I would feel safely and spiritually overwhealmingly convinced that the relationship is wonderful, I settled for convincing myself in the past and dealing with very poor relationships. I suggest buying your color code report and working on the excersises therein as well as, especially brethren from what I have seen, follow the prophets. It works. All our love to you, John and Rorie