You always hear that when you meet "the one," you'll know. Well...I'm pretty damn sure I've met her. Just, as with 90% of things in my life, theres some complications, as always. Now, of these complications, only one is a real "issue", and thats distance. We were introduced by a mutual friend over the internet almost a month ago. Shes in Texas, and I'm in California, so no, we havn't actually met face to face. But that hasn't stopped us one bit from getting to know each other and fall for each other. Hell, weve talked for 2-3 hours on the phone every night since the day we were introduced. But anyway, I digress. Needless to say, she's amazing. One of the other little catches to this relationship, while not a "problem" per se, is still a rather big roadblock. She's in the process of getting divorced. Her husband is refusing to sign the divorce papers even though she wants nothing to do with him anymore. I feel a little guilty about having some kind of relationship with a techincally married woman...*shrug*. Bur they are separated though: He no longer lives there with her. That aside, though, theres one thing that amazingly doesn't scare me in the least. She has a 2yo daughter and a 5 month old son. They're absolutely adoreable too! (she sent me pictures) The prospect of having a family actually is one of the nicest parts of our growing relationship. We both realize were moving rather quickly in our relationship (well, about as fast as one can go via an online/distance relationship), but neither of us have any problems with that. We joke that if she wasn't still married and if we lived closer to each other we'd probably have run off to vegas already (lol). Realistically though, its going to be at least 6 months to a year before we can truely start the "in person" dating scene. Which is good because that gives us plenty of time to continue to get to know each other and truely figure out if its meant to be.