Michael & Marissa
About You When did you join eHarmony? September 2012Why did you join eHarmony? Looking for a potential partner, I was ready to settle down butcouldn't find that special someone to settle down with. It was the only thing that was missing inmy life.Were you in a relationship before joining eHarmony or had you been single for a while? NoDo you have any children from a previous relationship?No About your Relationship When did you first start communicating with your partner? October 2012When did you go on your first date? What did you do? We went to a pub in the city and sharedciders whilst watching cricket on tv. 5 hours later we were still talking!When did you realise this was something special? Pretty early on, after about 3 months after meeting each other Michael arranged a surprise getaway to Brisbane, it was the most amazing weekend ever.What makes you two compatible? Our love for food, footy and Friday nights. We share similar values, we trust each other, we both love traveling. We support each other and are each other'sbest friend.What does the future hold for you two? More travel, more happiness, maybe children.Is there any other significant time in your relationships you’d like to include? Our wedding day, the most perfect and special day of our life. We still can't believe that through eHarmony we met each other and are where we are today. It sometimes feels like a dream. About your Partner What’s your favourite thing about your partner? He loves me for who I am. He accepts all my faults. We can be open and honest with each other and tell each other our concerns and work through them together.What’s your partner’s best quality? His selflessness, his ability to support me through so many difficult times, his generosity and wanting to help those he loves.What’s your favourite thing to do with your partner? Travel together or going to watch AFL or SANFL, we are passionate about the footy! We also love spending Friday nights on the couch eating takeaway and chilling out. Having someone to talk to, to laugh with and to curl up with on the couch when the footy is on.