Ice Cream & Kisses

Rory started flirting with me in April 2011 and I was just waiting for him to send me a message. At the time we were not paid members of LDS Singles. Then in May Rory sent me a message. We would message everyday and we couldn't wait to come home to each others messages. We continued to send flirts and messages to each other throughout the month of May. Finally in the Month of June Rory asked me out. Our first date was June 6, 2011. We met at the Olive Garden and Rory surprised me with chocolates and a Rose. Our date was early in the eve, because I had class at six. Our two hour date went by really fast. I was surprised when Rory asked me out again. On our second date, we met at a Park in Loveland,Co. I brought three different flavors of ice cream, because I didn't know which flavors Rory liked. He loved all three! We walked and talked for hours, and I was really hoping he would hold my hand. He never did hold my hand that afternoon, but when we went to say goodbye he took me in his arms and gave me a sweet, long, kiss. I knew I had to see him again. We have been dating ever since. I have met Rory's kids and he has met my family. We have had ice cream on almost every date. Ice cream and kisses has become our theme throughout our relationship. I guess we will always remember Ice cream and our first kiss in the park. Thank you Lds singles for bringing us together. We will be Eternally grateful. Thank you firefly11381 and Roryrn. Ps we plan to marry in the Denver temple in the late spring or Early summer 2012.

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