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"We both came away from the date thinking the other was so serious," laughs Tonya.
"We talked about everything from religion to children to death." A second date was lighter in tone; the couple went go-karting.
Their main impression was that they couldn't believe the other actually existed, that it was like a dream they'd soon wake up from.
"His profile struck a chord—he was very spiritual, for one thing, which was important to me." Those other matches had interested her, but fizzled once they got past initial communication. Six months later, Anna and Sam were engaged; they got married in April 2010.Not so with Sam—whom she agreed to make a date with after six weeks of emails and hour-long phone calls. "I thought, 'Oh my gosh, this is a real man, not just an email! Lesson learned: Keep expectations low; it can take a while to find a match.Even with a system like e Harmony, whose detailed matching process saved her from "kissing a lot of frogs," you still have to feel that chemistry.Within a few weeks, Tonya was matched with Frank, and they began exchanging emails, at least one a day for a few weeks."By the time we actually met, I felt like I knew him pretty well already—he was so expressive in his messages." Then they met—on a first date that lasted nine hours.
'" says Tonya, who had been married before (and has a 12-year-old daughter).