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I was a bit of a weirdo growing up. I always liked to draw or paint, and I liked to read comics. I would do art shows and write for various sites, like the comic strip blog The Nib. When I was 13 I moved to New York and started to meet other people through comics. I met the writer/artist Peter Bagge when I was 14, he and I would meet in Times Square every few months and hang out on the street all day. I didn't know what to expect with a 17-year-old, so I had fun meeting a lot of new people and meeting people I would have never met otherwise.

As my teenage years got to be a bit more serious and I was taking up a lot more time on my studies, Peter and I fell in love, we had a few kids (both boys) in the family, we bought an apartment in Williamsburg, I moved to Europe for a year, then went back to school to finish my degree in art school. I met a girl who was a very tall blond, and a few months after that, we were married in New York City. We had a son in 1999, a daughter a year after that, and then we moved to London. There are so many great memories that come back to me of living in London. I also took my first trip to China in 1999, it was the first trip I had ever taken and it was awesome. I have never missed a chance to go anywhere in Asia since I've been back, I've traveled all over Asia, Europe, North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East. There were so many amazing people I met there that I have never gotten to meet again, including my now best friend and husband, Dan, who still works at Google. I had the chance to travel to Australia with my wife and I were on vacation in Sydney when we got the call. We moved to a place in Sydney in 2000, the same place where we currently live and I love it so much. We went meet gay guys online to Australia at the height of the surfing industry and I still remember the smell of the waves as we took off. I was so excited to visit Australia and I had the gay men sites best time of my life there. It was a big step up from my life in Europe but I was happy that I could visit and experience it from a different point of view. I went on to study Business Administration at the University of Sydney for five years before starting my blog in late 2011. I am still living in Sydney and currently working in a consulting firm to help young entrepreneurs in Australia succeed. I have been happily married to the love of my life, Heather and we love raising our three kids and sharing all of our adventures with you.

My love of travel, travel movies, travel music, travel travel news, travel travel pictures, travel travel photos, travel travel music and travel travel news will continue to be a part of my life and we are excited for the future. This is a very special guest post. It has been a wonderful experience to meet you, meet and interview you, and to share with you some of my thoughts about travel in general and about dating in general. I am very interested in reading about other women who've met their match online, or even other women who have met and married men from outside online gay chat the US. If there is anyone out there that you think should be in this post, please send me a message, I would love to have you as a reader! My name is Rebecca K. I live in the US and my goal is to marry a beautiful man with a successful business. I'm a graduate of the prestigious and prestigious Harvard Business School. I am a lover of travel and love to see new places. I'm currently a part-time stay-at-home mom, but I plan on starting my own business soon. When I met my husband, we had the same goals and the same passion for travel. We went to the same museums, had the same restaurants, the same things to do, and we had similar interests. We didn't know each other at all when we met and we have been married now for six years and have two beautiful children. I'm a very confident person and I'm always confident in my decisions, but when I was on meeting gay guys online my trip with my husband, I felt that I was being too confident. I was always looking for the good side. I was trying to find what I was missing out on and I found that it was very hard. When we got back to New York, we talked about it and I realized that I had to take a step back and try and understand how he saw things and the way I saw things. We came back to our house and he made a change. He would sit and write for hours and I would be there and I was so glad that we could talk about it and see it through. I thought that maybe I would see him differently. But it really was about learning how to deal with him. When I was on gay men singles the road, he would be with someone or a group of people, and he would go to work. And sometimes he would work alone. So when he was out there with other people, he would take off his shirt and then he would show me how he would tie his tie or tie a bowtie or something and then I would make him a sandwich. Then he'd bring it back and we would talk about stuff and I learned a lot. We had a lot of discussions, but I think it was important to have a conversation. I think he really learned from me and I'm very happy he did.

But when I was in New York, I would go out to the nightclubs and I'd sit by the gay chat rooms pool and watch the music and I'd play with the girls and it was great. I liked it. I liked hanging out with them. I don't know, maybe that's why it wasn't so much about the matches. I was really interested in just meeting guys and maybe being friends with them and I guess I was kind of in gay dating sites online my own world. There was something kind of cool about it. And then in Los Angeles, I'd go out to parties with my friends and there were these really, really, cool guys I met, and then they would become friends with me. I would make them coffee and dinner, but I never went out with them. I didn't want to be friends with anyone else. I felt like I was on this island, and if there were really cool people, then maybe I would meet them in real life. Then when I got married, all of a sudden I was married to some really cool people.