THE HEART GROW FONDER.
In times of great turmoil, love is all that really matters.
When the pandemic first hit, we created a temporary C-19 service and switched from face to face to phone/email.
The upshot was that it allowed for deeper, more meaningful communication and proved highly successful in building rapport between clients and the women we deemed a likely match.
Since 4 July 2020 our C-19 service is no longer available; but even though clients are once again free to meet their dates in person (in line with government guidelines), we're continuing to offer the choice of being introduced via phone/email, at least initially.
Love is the truest health.
TO FALL IN LOVE FROM AFAR.
• Getting to know a woman you can’t touch lays, the foundation for a romance to rival Bogie & Becall. The building of an emotional bond leads to an even stronger physical bond when you do eventually make love.
• When words are all you have, she gets to know the real you - not the persona you embody when you’re nervous or trying to impress.
• Time spent alone, is just as important as time spent together. Relationships can quickly and easily become all-consuming. Distance establishes healthy boundaries, allowing you both time and space to breathe.
• If you’re hoping for a relationship that stands the test of time, ’friends first' allows you to see each other’s character before things become blurred by sexual intentions.
• Your first date will be unlike any other. You’ll be relaxed and familiar with each other; nerves will be replaced with excitement and thrilling anticipation!
Love letters will never go out of style.
LETTERS FROM HER
Falling in love through letters has been around for centuries, especially in times of war.
'From Her to You' is a small collection of letters, poems, hopes and dreams penned by some of our most sensational, single women during lockdown.
We hoped they might inspire and intrigue, but mostly provide an enjoyable distraction.
NO ONE HOME!
I just couldn’t resist the irony of the title when I began book shopping a few days after the ‘stay at home’ order. It was a good read; intriguing and good company - a bit like myself (she says with a wink and a grin).
I’ve just started reading a non-fiction book called 'Thinking Fast and Slow' by Daniel Kahneman. It explores the basis of our intuitive and rational thinking…how people are so certain they are right and fail to look deeper or more objectively as to why they make their judgements.
I’m also in the middle of Jeffrey Archer’s ‘Heads You Win’. The story explores the parallel lives of a mother who escapes from the Soviet Union with her son after her husband is killed by the KGB. At the point of escape, they have to choose to be smuggled onto one of two ships - one is bound for the UK, the other for the US. Did they make the right choice?
Long ago, someone very dear to me taught me to treat people like books - we’ve all got a story and every story is worth hearing. So, what’s your story?
Until we meet,