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He wasn't supposed to be on my flight, but was set to fly three days earlier but since he lost his passport, he had to take the next flight, which happened to be mine. Overall we spent only about six months together, and about a year separately.We are currently not living together as we are starting immigration process, and he works in Switzerland.There was a 23% relative increase in the rate of long-distance marriages between 20 (2.36% of marriages in 2000 and 2.9% of marriages in 2005).Greater exposure to far away singles accounts for part of this trend.“People travel for their work, they commute farther, they generally travel more than we did just a few decades ago.So we asked you to share your own stories of long distance love, and you answered!Here are some of our favourite responses on Hello Goodbye Canada's Facebook page: My husband and I met on a plane.
He was proud of me, supportive, loving, he was on my side. Though when I told him he was lookin handsome in front of his family and friends over Skype he did turn the colour of a tamah-oh (that’s how he says tomato in his British accent… When he carried me over the puddles at Fort Myers beach a man behind us joked “you’re making the rest of us look bad!
On Hello Goodbye, we’ve heard powerful stories of love conquering distance.
One of our most popular stories features Stacey and Paul — a military couple who met in Afghanistan and had to live apart during their first pregnancy.
I thought he may be a tad crazy, but as we talked each and everyday I realized he was just crazy about me, and that I felt the same. He was amazed by me in a way that I’d always wished someone would be, and I was amazed by him too.
He told me out of the blue often that I was beautiful. By his kindness, by his electrifying smile, by his humbleness, by those gorgeous green eyes, by his perfect nose (that he didn’t like), by the way he made each of my days so much better.
We found ourselves talking about each-other constantly, eager to show anyone short of a stranger a photo of the person who had come into our world and turned it upside-down.