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He said he was ready to date me for tachlis and asked if he could come in to NY to meet.
The Shabbat was Shabbat Nachamu and I had a choice of either going to one of the biggest singles’ Shabbatons of the year or meeting David. I picked him up at the airport and deposited him by a friend. My friends and family, including my eldest son and his wife and baby were there.
In case you’re not familiar with the word, “frum,” this is not a typo.
Frum is a term that refers to Jewish people who conduct themselves according to Judaism’s teachings.
After we settled those issues we had a wonderful time and I was really looking forward to getting to know Judy better.
Judy and David met online via Frumster.com, a site for people committed to living an observant Jewish lifestyle. I was checking out who was on Frumster right that minute and one woman caught my eye.
They are generous in sharing their story, because they hope it will may inspire marriage-minded singles. I checked out her profile and she sounded interesting but she was far away in New York.
He made another date quickly and, a few weeks later, I set him up to stay at another friend’s home for Shabbat.
This time we got together with his daughter who was in town on Sunday. We went to a museum together and the four of us had fun trying to find a bathroom amid all the exhibits. I had high hopes and was willing to speculate that David was the real deal—everything I’d been looking for. David: I was very excited about having a second date with a very attractive, warm and interesting woman, who let me know that she was interested in getting to know me as well.