I’m learning on the fly.
This is the first romantic relationship I’ve had. One where you are boyfriend and girlfriend.
I’m ecstatic, yet nervous.
It’s so easy, yet challenging as we adjust to each other.
Love in the time of covid is strange.
All our relationships are at a distance. All new relationships long distance.
We matched on Tinder. She liked my profile. Our relationship is alive through WhatsApp texting.
Chatting with a new person only over text is hard sometimes. I imagine it feels like it did in my grandparents generation, communicating over letters.
My grandparents on my mom’s side communicated over letters before meeting. My grandfather was drafted and in WW2. They eventually married when he proposed with a ring in a letter.
Online only interaction makes me crazy.
Coronavirus complicates traditional dating. In person is at 6 feet with masks on.
I’m worried because I’m falling hard, and it’s going well.
It’s hard to temper my feelings when I’m high off of the love.
On one hand, I’m glad this is slowly building. On the other I want to meet her and spend quality time together.
This is so much better than a crush, or an almost-not quite relationship.
I’ve been patient for so so long…
Tried so hard, didn’t get too far. Murphy’s law in action.
It’s hard to believe this bliss is real. Balancing optimistic and pessimistic thinking.
Must be nice to have faith and religion.
This will be my first romantic relationship at age 34. My previous efforts in vain. Not any more.
I feel like I’ve won the lottery.
In these dark days there is light.
Don’t forget about love.
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