She agreed, thinking that she would be matched up with her boss, who was single at the time.“I could hardly afford it,” Rosie said. Rosie received three notifications from potential suitors. It was Rosie, but their profiles weren’t exactly the perfect match. Their adventures also took them to Minnesota, where they spent time fishing with frogs with their son, Chuck. They even bought two lawn mowers, so they could cut the grass together at home.“She’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me in my life,” Charles said. Both dressed in green, the couple pulled their chairs closer together as they reminisced about their digital romance.“I had two other dates,” Rosie said. Rosie thought their first date was planned for a Tuesday. They drove around the grounds, then headed to The Jug in Belleville for dinner. On their first date, which was on a Wednesday, Charles took her to the National Shrine of Our Lady the Snows.
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