Plus, unlike other free Christian dating websites in the UK, e Harmony won’t make you spend hours scrolling through profiles, searching for someone special.
After my partner died, I thought to myself: ‘Online dating is the modern way to go.’ I was pretty certain I would soon find my ideal person, somebody clever, witty, good-looking, successful, excellent company, open to new ideas, well-read and with a sense of purpose in life.
If I’m looking for him, he must be looking for me, I reasoned.
From the cosmopolitan buzz of the capital Edinburgh; to the unique and mountainous terrain of the Highlands; each Scottish location provides a plethora of dating possibilities.
Going out to dinner can be both a traditional and fun way to get to know somebody new.
None seemed to have any of the extra pounds that actually counted, namely money.
I read that they were ‘mortgage slaves’ — at 60 plus! Not only did he expect me to buy my own drinks — I’m old-fashioned enough to believe that a man should pay on the first date — but it turned out he had huge baggage.
It is just as well that Scotland is becoming increasingly well respected for its cuisine; both traditional and international, more and more world-class restaurants are springing up throughout the country.
As one of the UK’s most exciting chefs, Tim Kitchin can be found reinventing classic haggis and tatties in the aptly named Edinburgh location The Kitchin.
Like we once did – even in Christian circles – we no longer value the wisdom that older age brings as something vital to society and a yardstick for our younger generations.