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After meeting in Aspen in January, he noted, "We were just friends. We weren’t really interested in each other there."
But things quickly changed: "And then during quarantine we started to chat like on Instagram and started to text."
So, Craig and the mystery lady decided to spend more time together once she came to Charleston during a period when the situation was quieter for a visit from Florida where she was staying at the time. And then they eventually ended up self-quarantining together amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as the situation with the pandemic picked up again.
He says that time "was awesome. For me, it wasn’t bad."
However, he noted they are now in a different place since they are no longer cohabitating. "But learning how to be out of quarantine with each other has been the challenge," he said. "So now we’re in normal people dating, which is good. And it’s fun. But, yeah, it did start to put a lot of pressure on things towards the end of it because we were, had only been dating for three months and were spending every day together. And it definitely accelerates stuff."
Ultimately, he noted "we had to take a step back."
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