Whilst chatting with his friends one evening, he sighed and said,
“You know, I’m very fortunate in my life. I've been fortunate in my job, I've been fortunate in my family, yet one place leaves me lacking that completion. There seems to be a void in these fortunate feelings.”
His friends looked at him, with that puzzled look.
“What are you talking about?” they said. “You lead a charmed life. Luck seems to follow you. You have many friends, and they span the states. What in the world could make you feel a void exists?”
He responds, slightly despondent, “It’s love, my friends. That person to be by my side. The one I can share my heart with. To let into my heart fully, with no conviction or trepidation.”
“That should be no problem for you. You’re fun, have a great sense of humor. You love kids and animals. You see the sun shine, even on cloudy days. You view the glass as neither half full nor half empty, but always full. The outdoors is your living room. You have that uncanny ability to love unconditionally. You never see the outside of anyone, but look into them and see what is good. You laugh and smile until your cheeks hurt. You love all music, from the very old to the not so old.”
“True”, he says, “But still, it just seems a monumental task to find that one. I know she is out there, and my quest will continue.”
The one he seeks will be beautiful, but does not know it. She’ll have a heart of gold. She’ll enjoy the outdoors and join him hiking and camping. She’ll be good to her family and love them all. There is nothing she wouldn’t do for her love, and her only expectation would be to receive the same devotion in return.
He awaits you. He holds a vacancy in his heart that you will fill.
I don't like first dates. So, I think we should skip right to the second or third date. One is more comfortable on the second date.
Sitting across from one another is where you truly see, so why not start there?