So things have come along well enough. Light recap; I quit my kitchen job after being shafted for almost 7 years to work with my uncles as I will be going through a major life style change during the next few years. One such change is martial status, I was introduced to someone who lives out of town...out of the country actually over 2 months ago and we chat a lot through MSN webcam during that time.
Well shes here now visiting me, she has an open air ticket and her visa is good for 6 months. She also have family in Winnipeg which she intends to visit but for now, shes staying here as I'm the only person she knows here. Shes only been around for 3 days but we've gotten "close" in that time...haven't crossed the forbidden line yet but things have sped up a bit today.
Now I will be the first admit, relationships are completely new to me and what little experience I have hasn't been very flattering ones. On top of that, others plus myself have that underlying concern of less then honorable motives. Best example of this is being lived out right now by another family member but the signs are more obvious (the guy is almost 2x my age and the girl as the same age as me). How she managed this, she is very manipulative and hes very naive. I think myself a bit naive as well but the general opinion by others of her is good. Same people though are concerned about the speed of how things are progressing because of the leading force behind it is her mother wanting to marry her daughter off during a good signed year (if that don't hint away where shes from).
So the question as it stands; how fast is too fast? 2 months of chatting via webcam and 3 days in person and we're fairly close (if you consider making out as close).
EDIT: I noticed I fudged up the title...meant "Now what is fast is too fast?"
Edited by Headless Chicken - 9/26/11 at 7:46pm