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sorry, I hope she's nice and everything and you have some fun, but I think it is insane to call yourself the girlfriend of someone and profess your desire to marry them when you haven't even ever seen each other in person.

all the more reason, i suppose, that you will have to be the stronger person and keep the brakes on this thing before you two end up on your honeymoon before you know each others' last names. ;)
[QUOTE=redsoxgirl2418;3131226]sorry, I hope she's nice and everything and you have some fun, but I think it is insane to call yourself the girlfriend of someone and profess your desire to marry them when you haven't even ever seen each other in person.[/QUOTE]

[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="DarkOrchid"]I don't think this behaviour is insane. [COLOR="Magenta"]M1K3L[/COLOR] has explained that his girl is an adopted child. I'm sure this has directed her to seek a stable, conventional, successful relationship. Sure, some things might have been said in haste here but not without foundation; phone calls go a long way to establishing a happy relationship. I have experience of this myself.

To answer your question, [COLOR="Magenta"]M1K3L[/COLOR], there is every chance that this girl could be "the one". Only time will tell. Things have a habit of moving very fast when things are right between two people. My best advice at this stage is to appreciate every moment with this girl, be it on the phone or finally in person. The moment either of you take each other for granted is when the trouble starts.

It is natural for you to worry that the current level of interest will wane when the allure of new horizons grips your girlfriend. But just remember that you will be the cornerstone of her new life so she is unlikely to drop you like a hot stone. Her general outlook on life should also be of comfort to you: it doesn't sound to me like she'd deliberately hurt you.

I can understand the trepidation in some members' replies but there's little point in these situations to analyse every little detail to the extent that you don't enjoy the moment. Things may last or they may fizzle out in a few months. Who knows? So why worry about it? Just be a gentleman and never forget to enjoy your relationship :)[/COLOR][/FONT]
[QUOTE=ErimusValidus;3131707][FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="DarkOrchid"]I don't think this behaviour is insane. [COLOR="Magenta"]M1K3L[/COLOR] has explained that his girl is an adopted child. I'm sure this has directed her to seek a stable, conventional, successful relationship. Sure, some things might have been said in haste here but not without foundation; phone calls go a long way to establishing a happy relationship. I have experience of this myself.

To answer your question, [COLOR="Magenta"]M1K3L[/COLOR], there is every chance that this girl could be "the one". Only time will tell. Things have a habit of moving very fast when things are right between two people. My best advice at this stage is to appreciate every moment with this girl, be it on the phone or finally in person. The moment either of you take each other for granted is when the trouble starts.

It is natural for you to worry that the current level of interest will wane when the allure of new horizons grips your girlfriend. But just remember that you will be the cornerstone of her new life so she is unlikely to drop you like a hot stone. Her general outlook on life should also be of comfort to you: it doesn't sound to me like she'd deliberately hurt you.

I can understand the trepidation in some members' replies but there's little point in these situations to analyse every little detail to the extent that you don't enjoy the moment. Things may last or they may fizzle out in a few months. Who knows? So why worry about it? Just be a gentleman and never forget to enjoy your relationship :)[/COLOR][/FONT][/QUOTE]

Thanks. I really have a good feeling about this and hope it really goes good. I have been talking to my grandparents and my mom and they seem to think she will hate the college she is going to and might want to go to a different college here. The college she is going to is very strict to say the least.

It seems like she doesn't want anything to interfer with our relationship and well, I don't either.

Right now the plan is I am going to pick her up from the airport on a friday evening and she is going to stay at my house until sunday when is when she will have to report to the college. I have been thinking about getting her a small gift to give to her when I pick her up. Anyway, I am going to take her around the area like to the beaches, to some resturents I really like, and to several other things here.

Pretty much once she get's into the college, we won't get to see much of each other because of the college rules. I am hoping that I will "knock" her socks off and that she might look into going to another college which is credited (the college she has chosen is not credited)

Right now, I just have my fingers crossed.. I really hope it works out!





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