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The Matchmaker of Maine Founder Ron Cater doesn’t have to imagine this scenario because it actually happened to a teacher who recently became one of his clients.
“She went home, got off the dating site, and came right to us,” Ron told us.
) so that coveted seven o’clock dinner date probably isn’t in the cards, and morning coffee is kinda played out. Oh, and we're definitely judging you by what you order. Soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, definitely meat-free, and "have been known to break out into hives if the onions were picked on a weekend." Luckily most restaurants are used to this sort of behavior. Everyone has a garden, brews their own beer, and makes moldy sauerkraut because that’s definitely how it was done by their host family that semester abroad in Germany.
But everyone's a snobby foodie so if you choose a place that’s been open for a while, we’ve probably been there. Why don’t you just treat the girl of your dreams to a romantic dinner on the floor of your apartment?
At The Matchmaker of Maine it's all about getting results for you. Hi Ron, Thank you very much for matching me with Austin.
Instead of phone calls, there’s the cryptic text message; instead of maturely calling things quit, there’s ghosting (or worse, breaking up via Snapchat); and instead of blind dates, there is a veritable sea of dating apps to navigate. The stories will make you laugh, make you cry, and perhaps inspire your own search for love.And even then, are you really dating or just roommates who hang out a lot and have sex? Whether you're focused on your career, haven't found the right person or are simply exploring relationship options tailor-made for the digital age, online dating can be a great step toward improving your love life.The company, which mainly focuses on men and women aged 45 to 60, is one of the last brick-and-mortar matchmaking services in New England, and the reason is that Ron and his crew don’t spread themselves too thin — they do one thing, and they do it extremely well. Many give everything they have to the students they teach, pulling long hours preparing lesson plans, grading papers, and talking to parents.
Now imagine a hardworking female teacher who is also single.
Odds are they don’t either and would much rather bike there with you.