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In July 2010, a couple in their 40s met in an online matchmaking service. They met up with a third party. A year later, they've been together for nine years.
"I have two daughters who are in college," says Melinda. "I've been married for 15 years and have been married tattooed guys to him for 15. So he's been married for a lot of time."
Melinda works as an online marketing specialist for a local real estate business, and she and her husband share a home. (The couple says their kids are not part of the story, because they are in college.) They're both self-employed, and they own their own home. Their daughter, who's now in college, lives in Florida with her dad.
"I think [the ex] had some kind of a problem and it was something he had done having a boyfriend in the army that was a little out of character," Melinda says. "But he has an old-fashioned sense of morals that I think is still there."
Melinda adds that he is still a nice guy, but she's not sure that he'll ever be able to be in a relationship with a woman in her 30s.
"We're definitely not looking for any more than a one-night stand," she says. "I mean, we're married now and I've dated a number of guys over the years who've been that kind of guy."
The relationship with her ex-husband had been a rocky one. It began as a one-night stand, Melinda recalls, and ended the next morning when the woman said she was pregnant. The ex and his wife moved to California to raise their children together. "I think he thought he was done for," she says.
But then, Melinda says, he got sick and stopped speaking to her. She started dating another man at the time. They didn't have kids, but they shared a love for cars. She says he was a "sick fuck" who made her feel like he had a purpose in life. She says he'd tell her: "I am going to be your hero."
Then, after they got back from chatroom irani Iraq in 2007, he would stop texting her.
Melinda says the last time she heard from him was this past February, when she was out walking her dog in the street in St. Petersburg. "He texted me to let me know that I was dead," she says.
"What?" I ask. "That he's dead? What did you do?" Melinda says she was so upset she had a panic attack. She says she thought her husband was dead.
In April of this year, I asked Melinda if he was dead. "Yes," she said. On February 27, Melinda says, she started to think she might never hear from thailand cupid dating him again. "I called him and he didn't answer. I was so upset," she says. On February 29, Melinda says she found a postcard from her husband on a mailbox. "He was in the Army and he was married to a wonderful, beautiful woman, and he was on leave," she said. "I told him to come home as soon as he was done and I went and looked at the postcard to make sure it was his." On February 30, after more than three months, Melinda called back. "He sounded so upset and crying, and then he said he had to go on leave," she says. "I know he is in the army, but he hasn't told me where he's going," Melinda says. "I'm a very strong person and I will not let him take that away from me."
Melinda says she contacted the single chat online local police, the Postmaster and the postal worker who had mailed her husband's postcard. "I'm still looking for the guy, but the guy has sent the postcard and it seems he has no idea who he's sending it to," she says. "When I wrote the letter I thought he was on leave and I wasn't sure what he was doing there," Melinda said. "I got a couple of responses back, but they were all in Spanish. The one I liked best was, 'Your husband is a soldier and needs to be home. I am in Mexico.' " "He sounded so upset and crying, and then he said he had to go on leave," Melinda continued. "I had a hard time processing that." Melinda's husband had been sent to a post office that does not deliver letters. "He got a postcard that came in English, but the post office said that was not what they were supposed to do," she recalled. "It was in Spanish. Then he sent the letter." "My husband is very emotional and very upset," she said. "He's really going through something. We have been in constant communication since he left. He's still trying to make sense of everything." Melinda says that she's been talking to her husband every day for the past week. She's also had her mom contact him, to try to get the details on their time at Fort Drum. "I am hoping that at the end of this I will be able to have him answer my question," she said. "But he is so busy and so exhausted." Melinda Penpals has been trying to get her husband's email address for the past week. She sent the following email on Friday, March 19th, 2014: Hello, I would love to have this contact. I know my husband is really going through something. He says it makes him feel like he's going crazy, and I'm sure his girlfriend is too. But I have not received any email from prison pen pals georgia him in a long time. I'm hoping he'll contact me again soon. He is really worried about what he's going to do. What can I do to help you? Please let me know when and if this contact becomes active. I want to be sure american single girls this is the right person for him. Thank you for your time and help.