In some ways, dating has never been easier, mostly thanks to technology. With everything (and everyone) so accessible, we don’t have to try anymore. It doesn’t matter if you’ve met through an app while sitting in different rooms across the country, or by locking eyes while sitting across the same bar—you’ll never have a shot at love if you don’t spend time together. Which is maybe why dating has become such a lost art.And multilayered dates, like going to an art show, then dinner and drinks. What advice would you give to somebody who says they don’t know what to do?
Regardless, I just wanted to hang out with her.” They spent every day together for the next two weeks, and though they debate who said it first, they agree it was said: “I feel like I could spend the rest of my life with you.” Within the week, they purchased a marriage license and were married at City Hall in San Francisco.
Lucky In Love: Kelliann Denney and Travis White, midtown Sacramento According to Kelliann, Travis looked first.
The not-yet-couple were sitting across the bar at Low Brau when they locked eyes, “and I immediately felt electricity, and my huge silly grin was answered with the same breadth of excitement,” says Kelliann.
We met at a restaurant, but he was late because he couldn’t find parking. He continued taking shots throughout dinner and left every 10 minutes to make sure his car wasn’t being towed.
When he finally arrived, he told me he was blocking somebody’s driveway. I also found out he had just moved back from Europe and was sleeping in his car. He was a translator in Europe, and during the course of the conversation, I mentioned that one of my best friends is an attorney.Horror Story: During my sophomore year at UOP, I was in a band. At this point in my life, I didn’t really drink, just a few beers here or there.