Omar said that he was with Chris and that they were going to the city but would try to stop by on the way. It was an honor to have been invited back to the place where it all began.It really made me think about that Al Pacino speech.One half second too slow, too fast and you don't quite catch it. I could tell that she was keeping a brave face, but the guys were a little bit too old for her. "Don't leave, at least stay and have something to eat." I let her know the food was coming out shortly and she agreed to stay for a bit.The inches we need are everywhere around us." Lets rewind exactly one year ago from this past Sunday to August 10, 2013. I called Omar (who was closer to Jackie's age and had expressed some possible interest in attending the BBQ) and told him that we had some cute younger women in attendance and he should come down and register. Lets fast forward to this past Sunday, August 10th, 2014.Last month he proposed on the bow bridge in Central Park and we are planning a June wedding at one of the wineries out east where he lives (and where I will be living next year too).We couldn't be happier or more in love and we have you to thank for it. I can never thank you enough for bringing us together.What if Jackie had left early and not stayed for the food?What if Omar and Chris decided to skip the BBQ and go straight to the city?
v=2rl-Cf Ctvpg&t=1s Hi , Just wanted to let you know that exactly a year after I met John (he was actually waitlisted) at your event we got engaged. I've been telling anyone who asked that they should definitely try weekend dating and that I thought the people at your event were nicer, more down to earth people than the people you meet at speed dating events in the city. I know you keep track of your "success stories" (engagements and weddings, happy couples, etc).
"One half a step too late or too early and you don't quite make it.
One half second too slow, too fast and you don't quite catch it.
Thanks so much for introducing me to my future husband. Due to the relaxed and fun atmosphere you create at your events, we were able to get to know each other without the awkwardness and anxiety usually associated with singles events. I don't think I even knew happiness like this was even possible.
God Bless You, Catherine Hi Jay As the Daughtry song says, "you never know when you're gonna meet someone and your whole wide world in a moment comes undone." That moment came for me on October 29, 2010 when I met a wonderful man at your event at 34 New Street in Huntington. I know you are a businessman, but I like to think of you as a modern day Cupid.