Tanya and Adam
One thing I had struggled with during the eHarmony process was finding someone who understood my sarcastic sense of humor, and I saw that immediately in my communication with him. Our emails back and forth were ridiculous - I mean, pages and pages of emails multiple times a day. We had only really been communicating for about a week when we first went out.
Our first date was a local pizza place in Denver. We spent more than 4 hours together just talking. The time flew, and though we probably could have chatted for much longer, we had to say good-bye. We went out again not 3 days later, and I knew after that 2nd date that he was something special. We saw each other at least twice a week after that, and ended up moving in together in May 2011. Adam proposed after a romantic Valentine's dinner in February 2012, and we're anxiously anticipating our wedding this coming summer.
I feel like our whole relationship has been pretty easy. We don't really fight, and when we do disagree, no one thinks to yell or tell the other person they're wrong. We have conversations and work out compromises, or just agree to disagree. We don't share all of the same opinions, which leads to lively discussions, and we don't feel the need to agree on everything. We share a love of baseball, good food, and terrible television, so there's always something for us to do.
Adam is the only person I feel completely myself with, and the only person I've yet to grow tired of hanging out with.