I feel like I am writing this for my own good, rather than for others to have to read it. We have to many memories now that I would hate to forget bits and pieces of the important ones. I met D in the weirdest way possible, and I have to beg of you all NOT to judge- LOL! So here goes nothing, let me know what you think!
I met D online almost three years ago. Now, that doesn't sound too crazy in this day and age, but it is where we met online that stumps people. I am an avid gamer, which surprises many people. In any spare time I have you can catch me playing Call of Duty or Battlefield, completely zoned out and into the game as if my life depended on my next move. So, I am a female gamer for any guys who fall onto this website and cannot believe it, : )
Anyway, we did meet over Call of Duty: Black Ops in 2010. The best part about this is that when I ran into him, we both were using headsets to communicate over the game, and I actually was being quite rude to him. I kept telling him to leave the game, to move out of my way, and I believe I called him a few names here and there. Well, he must have liked it! I got a friend request after being stuck with this 'loser' on my team and decided to add him to see what in the world he could want from me. The rest is history, because D and I played together for a few days while exchanging conversation, weeks and even 2 months went by, and with time I found myself thinking about him daily, and talking to him on a regular basis.
After a few months, D decided he couldn't take it any longer. He wanted to meet this girl who he spoke to everyday, and chatted with on facebook. On February 25th, 2011, D took a train to Virginia to meet me. We have been inseparable ever since he stepped off that train. Two years later I can finally stop briefly saying 'oh we just met online, through a mutual friend, etc.' and outright embarrass him! He hates telling the story because it sounds so geeky and lame, but I think deep down- he loves it. It is unique like us, and it will always be an interesting story to tell.