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– and living with other people (sorry, Aunt Diane).Needless to say, we didn't have the same type of relationship as our previous encounters (read: no leg touching), but because we were living in the same foreign city, we 4] It was nice, but also quite sad because, in all honesty, I thought that our dating window had finally closed." Well, detective, the timing wasn't right once again!After voting to kill literally every senior citizen in North Dakota via The Affordable Care Act of a guy, Rick Berg.Everything went so fast, and there were so many emotions, all that is certain – and all that matters – is that she said yes. I determined Leah was "The One" the first night I met her; it just took me about a decade to confirm it.
Now I know what you're thinking: "Dane, if the date went so well, then why is this story in 'The Near Misses' category?
Our periodic emailing and Facebook messaging ceased and we grew apart. She told me she was moving back to the United States. In return, I met Leah's parents and she let me into her life. The catch: it was in Fargo, ND, not Minneapolis, MN, where I was then living and where Leah had only recently moved.
No matter how much I tried to move on, however, I was never able to completely pull the plug on the possibility of Dane and Leah. And that she had always wondered if we belonged together. OK, fine, she didn't say the last part, but she really did say the rest. We were happy and together and everything seemed to be finally going perfectly. This, of course, created the proverbial fork in the road. In November of 2016, we moved to Fargo, started new jobs, and began a life together. I loved her, after all, so what was the point of waiting?
I was there working at a Swedish law firm while Leah was there living and working full-time.
Now this point in our story was a bit odd because, at the time, we were both – GASP!