Sunday marked the one year anniversary of Kara and I meeting in person for the first time. We met via eHarmony and had been communicating for a couple of weeks prior to our first meeting. At the time I lived in Boston, so I drove the five hours from Boston to Cazenovia to meet her for lunch. Once there, I found her parents were going to join us for a bit as well, which was fine with me (I’ve always gotten along well with parents :)). In any case, we had lunch, then went over to Chittenango Falls and hiked down to the base of the falls where we took a few pictures. The rest of the day was a bit of a blur, but I remember we went out to a church member’s farm to pray for her horse (the church member’s, not Kara’s). I stayed the night at the local motel and joined Kara and her family for church the next morning, then headed back to Boston, thoroughly twitterpated. It hardly seems that we’ve known each other such a short time, we connected almost immediately and feel as if we’ve known each other for years. It’s quite apparent to me that God had this all planned in advance, we just had to give Him the room to maneuver. So, after a year, I’m still twitterpated and can hardly wait to see what’s in store for the future.