I’ve always been a bit of a perfectionist, but I’ve never had a problem finding a mate or getting into a relationship.
I was 17 when I first started dating.
I had a boyfriend who was a few years older than me, and we dated for a year or so.
But then he was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and I stopped seeing him for six months.
I never found a partner who could help me get through it, so I started dating guys online, and eventually a guy named Andrew, who is a real life-long lover, became my second date.
He was an amazing guy, and I started talking to him about dating, and about the idea of starting a relationship and getting into love.
So I went out with him and then we met a couple of times, and he’s a nice guy.
He’s got a wife, a kid, and a dog.
He said that he loved me, that he’d never cheated on me and that I had no reason to doubt him.
I didn’t want to believe him, but then when I saw his profile online, I realized that he was so perfect for me.
I started chatting with him online, got a few dates, and after a while we hit it off and I fell in love.
And then he told me that he had a girlfriend, and that they’d be together for a while.
I thought, I don’t want her to be a problem, I just want to be together.
I wanted to be able to trust Andrew and make sure he was my partner, but at the same time, I also wanted to know whether or not he would be able be a partner for me, too.
So we met, and then Andrew proposed.
He promised to give me all the money I’d saved up for college, and all the time I’d spent on dating online.
And that was it.
I think I had the biggest relationship of my life.
But we were never in a long-term relationship, which meant that we didn’t have kids.
Andrew promised that he would get us married and that he and I would have a kid someday, and everything would be OK.
I knew that he did love me, but that was really all I knew about him.
The next day, we went to the mall, went to my dad’s house, and waited for him to come home from work.
He’d come home early, so we waited for a few minutes.
Then I said to Andrew, I want you to come to the house and I’ll give you $1,000.
And he said, no, I’ll do it.
He had just taken out a credit card, and it was his first credit card.
And so I put that down on the table and told him, I know you’ve done some things in your life, and you’ve got money, and now I’m giving you the money.
So he took the credit card out of his wallet and said, OK, I will take that card, OK?
And I got out of my car and we went into the house, I got in my car, and Andrew said, Let’s go see what you’ve been doing with your life.
I went to check on my house, he showed me around.
He started telling me how he’d moved in with me, where he lived, and how he liked the neighborhood.
And we went through the house.
He told me everything about his life, how he worked at the factory, how much money he made.
And I said, Well, what do you like about it?
And he goes, I’m really happy here.
He lived here before I moved in, he’d gone to college here.
We went through every single detail.
I said I’ve got a boyfriend now, so you can come back to our house, Andrew said.
I want to go see you tomorrow.
So Andrew and I went home and I was home alone.
And there he was, standing there with his arm around me, wearing nothing but his underwear and his T-shirt, and his shorts, and nothing else.
He took off his socks and socks and his underwear, and took off everything else.
And all I could do was cry, because I knew I wasn’t going to be going back to my apartment with Andrew for another month or so, so there I was, alone in a house with someone I didn