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She pulled out her phone from her bag, discretely hid it under the table and began swiping away left and right as pictures of men appeared on her screen, occasionally pausing for a more in-depth analysis of a potential match on , an online dating app.
With her eyes dilated and a a look of intention on her face, a dainty smile crept forward from her face when the unmistakable ring notification on her phone signalled her a new match.
One conversation of note that pushed things in the right direction circled around reminiscing about Moira’s classic motor from the 70s, “She told me about her old car and I just so happened to have a photograph of it with the band members.
I got my son, Michael, to explain to me how to send it electronically to her and we shared a great moment. Now, Facebook reminds you of things you did a year ago in an anniversary, which is a nice feature.” Although Joe admits he is subjecting himself to a world belonging to people half his age, he thinks young and is strong in the belief that online dating can be helpful to seniors too.
But it was a great feeling when we finally opened up about our strong feelings for one another and took the relationship to the next level.” Joseph Adamberry, 71, was never too keen on computers prior to Facebook, but it was that very platform that that provided the first steps to a late, but unbreakable love connection.
Joe first met Moira Moreno 40 years ago when she was partnered with one of the musicians in his band, but hadn’t seen her since then, until one faithful day, “I saw this lady across from St Paul’s Church as I made my way out.
She was wearing sunshades, blue ray-bands as it were,” said Joe over six years since that day.
“Something intuitive inside of me said that it was Moira.
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It can open the doors for relationships to flourish and he is of the opinion that this is exactly what he experienced with Moira, “We were trying to bridge a 40 year gap.