What changed your mind?


In January I logged onto the site to simply pass some time. I had already done a search for the type of man I was looking for and nobody really interested me. I received an invitation to chat from Simpson and thought "why not". I had already checked out his profile and it didn't interest me but I reasoned there was no harm in talking to him.

We chatted online for about five hours that Sunday afternoon. Although, romantically I wasn't interested in him, I did enjoy our online conversation and his responses to my numerous questions were impressive. We agreed to meet the following week at a bar local to us both (we live about 10 mins away from each other).

When I met him I decided instantly that he was not for me. He wasn't tall enough, looked too young, simply not my type. Near the end of our "date" Simpson asked me what I thought of him and I told him honestly that I wasn't interested in him romantically but I would like us to be friends. He was obviously disappointed but settled for friendship. Over the next couple of months we communicated with each other via email every couple of weeks and met up a couple of times.

By admitting to Simpson on that first date that I was not interested in him romantically made it possible for us to simply be ourselves. As time went by I realized that everything that Simpson was showing me was actually what I wanted in a man and my initial reservations were not so important any longer.

At the beginning of March I told Simpson how I felt. He wanted to know what had changed my mind. My simple answer: He had.

Simpson and I have been together ROMANTICALLY :o) for a couple of months now and I am very happy and contented. We are friends and lovers.

We would like to thank BlackSingles.com (formerly Black Singles Connection) for our introduction and hope all your members will soon experience the joy we both now share.

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