-Javier is from Madrid and I’m from Moscow region. He is a psychologist and and I’m a sales manager for railway equipment. Although there are lots of men in our team, I supposed Denim could provide me more interesting opportunities rather than office dating that I’m definitely not a big fan of. However, before Javier sent me a message I hadn't been interested in dating with foreigners. I liked his smile and warm glance. Moreover, his language was very charming (many thanks to built-in translator that did a great job!).
BTW, Javier admits that even though he liked my profile image, the reason for him to send me a message was completely different, namely ‘Espero verte’ (Hope to meet you soon) at the very end of my profile. That is how he realized he is my Mr Right. Why did I add this phrase? Just because I studied Spanish in high school. So, I wanna practice a little bit. I’m kidding. This phrase is almost all I remembered in Spanish. It is quite charming and intriguing, but that is exactly what I expected from Denim.
That is how we kindled our relationships. Javier told me about his prior work experience as a bank manager. During the financial crisis the bank collapsed and he opened private psychology practice. I was impressed as also had a background in psychology although working in sales. We kinda mutually switched our careers. We chatted for about 3 months and than met in Russia. I didn't want to visit Spain for the man I didn’t know in person (even such a handsome one!) as well as to invite him to my place. That is why Javier came to Russia and I joined him for the Volga river cruise. That was smart enough as all the difficulties of the first date were smoothed over with a lot of joy we had together. That was how we gathered common romantic memories. I’m now going to Madrid. Javier says the best time to visit this city is either spring or fall. However, he was fascinated by the old Russian cities almost as well as by me!