They knew they were soulmates the first time they met

My husband, Colton, and I meet on your site November of 2015, he likes to say he was enchanted by my eyes but I still giggle and think it may have been the mix of clevage and camo. We met in person that December meeting in Branson because it was middle point, me being from Kansas and him from Arkansas. After our first meeting we just knew that we were soulmates. I visited him every weekend just about until July of 2016 when I finally moved to Arkansas and we were married that August. We are now happily married and enjoying life all thanks to your site. We do get some trouble from our friends because of where we met, being in our late 20s our peers understand Tinder or Plenty of Fish but don’t quite get FarmersOnly. I couldn’t be happier with the experience I had on this website. Thank you! - Lizzy What did you do on your first date? We walked the boardwalk and just spent some time getting to know each other face to face.

When did you know that he was the one? It was our meeting in Branson that sealed the deal for me, knowing he was actually him and that he didn’t change from the persona he gave through text and phone calls was wonderful.

How did he propose? He didn’t propose traditionally, about a week after we had begun talking he would tell me that he was going to marry me.  About everyday he would remind me that I was going to be his wife.  When I finally made the move down to Arkansas to live with him, we were out fishing in a pond and he looked at me and asked what day in August I wanted to get married.

What is your favorite thing about each other? My favorite thing about him is that he can keep me laughing and smiling every day.  It doesn’t matter how bad the day has been or if we’re angry with each other he always makes time to make me laugh. Colton says his favorite thing about me is how kind and understanding I am, and my beautiful eyes aren’t too bad either.

Success

I was a member of FarmersOnly for several months, during which time I met a number of farmers in person until I found the right one. The men who are members are definitely country people interested in marriage. I should mention that I am an older women, perhaps that made a difference in my experience. I left FarmersOnly two years ago to marry one of its members. We have a 72 acres farm on which we raise dairy and meat goats. Life is good.

-Kate
Kansas