Rupal and Naz
"I had already fallen for him"
I think I always figured that I'd never find someone as quirky as me. I had been in relationships that were destined to fail and, of course, I was never surprised when they did. It eventually got to the point where I decided to accept that I'd be alone all my life, probably raising multiple dogs in the woods by myself someday when I was older. I'm sure it eventually would have turned into a crazy old lady animal hoarding situation.
When my friend suggested I join Ascensiondating.com, I openly scoffed. I knew there was no one out there for me, why would getting rejected via internet be any better for me? She insisted that I join with her for support, and obviously, I did.
It wasn't too long before Rupal found me. He was five years older than me, started his email respectfully, and happened to mention his love for dogs in the first three sentences. I'm a dog trainer, so he got automatic Brownie points. It was almost weird how easily we got along. Here was a man who I had not yet met in person, and we were corresponding as if we had been doing it for years.
Naturally we were both nervous when the day of our first date arrived, but as soon as we met, the chemistry was undeniable. I didn't need to go on dates with anyone else, nor did he. We were together from 2:00pm until 10:30pm that day, and have been inseparable ever since. After we got home that first night, we continued texting until the wee hours! When Rupal texted "I don't want to wait to see you again" I knew I was already falling for him.
Rupal is one of a kind. He's smart and, as a Virgo, is sensible, reasonable and intelligent. He also keeps me, an exuberant and artistically driven Libra, grounded. We balance each other out, and everyone we know says we were made for each other. Rupal is also just as quirky as me, and he is always making me laugh and smile. We are prepared to spend the rest of our lives together, and there's a bond that we don't think would be there had we not of met on Ascension.
He's the Bee's Knees!