Jan 5, 2016

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“We actually met on Tinder, as funny or odd as that may be. We both “swiped right” and started a conversation. Well, really he started the conversation, with, “I have been drinking heavily, but you’re awesome!” After chatting for a while via the app, we decided to meet for a lunch date. We immediately hit it off, and within a few dates later, decided to “make it official” and become a couple.” – Lindsay

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Jason, what do you LOVE about Lindsay?

“I love how happy and genuine she is. We are on the same page and work together well as a team. We are able to be so comfortable with one another and our communication is open and fluid which makes things feel so natural and effortless. I love how adventurous her spirit is and that she doesn’t like surprises, which makes it a millions times more fun to try and surprise her with things. Her compassion and kindness always melts my heart, and I couldn’t think of a better woman to spend the rest of my life with.”

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Lindsay, what do you LOVE about Jason?

“I absolutely love how motivated and genuine he is. He is the hardest working person I know and stops at nothing to complete any task at hand. He’s the biggest dork, which makes it possible for me to be my dorky self and not feel obligated to tone down my awkwardness. He’s always so thoughtful, often putting others needs above his own. But, the best thing about him, the thing that makes me never want to let go, is the way he makes me feel about myself. He makes me feel like I’m the most beautiful girl in the world, as if the rest of the world has dimmed and we are all that’s left. That is a feeling that I wouldn’t trade for anything imaginable.”

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What does a PERFECT day together look like?

“We wake up at a reasonable hour (8-9 am), make a big breakfast, do our daily chores around the house, play with the dogs, embark on some sort of short adventure for the day outside of the house (like the pumpkin patch or apple hill), return home where we can make a nice dinner, drink some beers (ciders for me) and play a couple rounds of Mario Kart, and decompress with a movie or show before hitting the hay.”

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So happy for you Lindsay and Jason!



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