How I got here
The first real subject I want to talk about is my lie with Lani. My first wife passed away and I knew than I didn’t want to be alone and I knew that Asian girls make great companions. If you are fortunate enough to find one, don’t let her go. She will loving, loyal, and will take great care of you. They are good with money and will help manage the household budget, if you let them. I found my Asian girl on an online dating site and we hit it off. There are many such sites there but I think you can find the love of your life at Elite Mate.
Do’s and dont’s
DO spend some a little money to get full access to what ever site you choose. It is frustrating not to be able to communicate with the girl of your dreams. Most sites are reasonably priced.
DO chat with several girls at the same time. Then, when you find the “one”, gently let the others know you won’t be chatting with them again.
DO get to know the girl. Learn her likes and dislikes. How well does she speak your language? Is there religious beliefs that don’t agree with yours? Does she have children? If so, how many and what are their ages? What kind of family does she have? Is she married now or has she ever been married? Does she have contact with former boyfriends.
DO exchange pictures. Show her the real you, not some profile picture that makes you look like a GQ model.
DO be sincere. They can spot a phony.
DO find out about visa requirements if you plan to visit. And, if you are sincere, you will want to visit. Also, if you plan to bring her to your home country, check your country’s immigration laws.
DON”T DON”T DON’T send money. DON’T SEND MONEY. Scammers are everywhere, especially on dating sites. If they ask you money, BLOCK them and move on.
DON’T be stupid. Listen to your head. If it feels wrong, cut them off.
I found the girl of my dreams here in the Philippines – Lani. I flew here and met her and then flew home to take care of my affairs and to get ready to return to the Philippines. We met in May and we were married in August. It is not perfect (we have our spats like all couples), but it is very, very good.
I will talk more about getting married in the Philippines and the red tape you must go through – it is a big roll of tape – in upcoming posts.
Thanks for reading and I welcome your comments.