Eugene Daniels and Nate Stephens matched on three dating sites, but it took a while before they finally connected.
By Rosalie R. Radomsky
Mollie Finkel told her Tawkify matchmaker that her potential partner had to ski and love dogs. Raj Aidasani fit the bill.
Cecelia Thornton-Alson and Terence Lee met at a wedding, where they read from the ‘Song of Songs,’ and soon began a bicoastal relationship.
Naomi Mishkin brought out the creative side of Graham Lazar, who even helped her make her wedding dress.
Amina Colter and Jason Jones became long-distance pals after he lent her his phone charger during a teen weekend. They began dating 12 years later.
As members of Indianola High School’s class of 1992, Brenda Langstraat and Ve Bui saw each other every five years. Eventually, those reunions led to love.
Annalise Deal and Kevin Neil met for coffee to discuss becoming Episcopal priests. The spirit also moved them to start dating.
Before their first date had ended, Jeni Pandolfi and Ginger Thompson each got matching line tattoos of cats, the first of many they would get together.
Alexandra Wagner and Stephen Sullivan, who met while working at a math-tutoring center in Chicago, had their first date at the city’s Adler Planetarium.
Catherine Rought had decided to have a baby on her own, and Thomas Jacobson, a high school friend, was impressed.