Thank you, although I need a dictionary to understand your reply(lol), I think it was meant to be genuine and nice. My fiancé and I have gotten stronger and stronger every day. We still complete each others sentences, give each other thoughtful gifts, give each other space when needed, compliment each other, love each other, make passionate love to each other and just overall we are a perfect match. I think loveloughlaugh was asking if it's a real thing to fall in love with somebody when you least expect it. My experience says that yes it is possible. I've been "in love" before or what I thought was love, but it was more of a forced thing. I had a woman that I married because I thought I was in love. Turns out she was just extremely hot, my family loved her personality and her and I were great drinking buds and loved to have sex together. That wasn't real love for me though. That was kind of a shallow love. We were more friends and made the mistake of getting married. There were so many things that weren't considered beforehand. We both realized it around the same time and decided to split peacefully and go our separate ways. I went online looking for some fun, some dates, hook ups whatever, but I was not searching for love or my soul mate. I dated a few women that were fun, nice, etc.. but nothing special for me. Then I met my perfect match. I literally fell in love while walking across the street. I knew based on a few emails and then seeing her smiling at me that this was it. There was no question. We sat down at the table and everything just flowed, we started completing each others sentences immediately. We understood each other immediately, I saw the perfect woman sitting in front of me. From her smile and her choice of jewelry and just her overall style to her views on relationships, children, family, sex, and life in general. The only thing I wasn't 100% sure of as the night progressed was if she felt what I felt. Before the night was over she told me she had a wonderful night, that her expectations had been blown away and she wanted to see me again and again. I canceled two dates that I had planned for the next two days and we started seeing each other exclusively immediately and we haven't looked back. So, yes I do believe that real love, souls mates can happen when you least expect it. I expected either another "no show" from online dating or another woman just looking for a free night out, maybe somebody to hook up with to pass the time. Instead I found my soul mate, I found somebody that completes me in a way that I didn't know was even possible.