My first reaction to Jago was being floored at how good he looked. I am the first one to say that Avatar looks need to be taken with a grain of salt, but I could not believe how gorgeous he was. I was, and still am, mesmerized by Jago. He also took charge of things, which I needed at the time (and still do), and helped me sort out my Second Life, which was highly problematic back then. I actually was planning to leave SL at the time as Eddi, and Jago insisted that I stay. It was the right thing to do.
Then I started to get into Jago's mind. Jago is a brilliant designer and very well versed in just about everything. The only time I tripped Jago up in history is when I asked him where the Star Spangled Banner was written and he guessed Boston - it actually was written in Baltimore. Jago is a very forgiving person, and taught me to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. He has also taught me not to take SL that seriously (this is a computer game boys and girls!), and reduced my DQ quotient from about a 9 to a 6. By the way, DQ does not stand for Dairy Queen, but it is close.
Despite telling myself that it was too soon, I fell in love with Jago. And I mean real love. I am not talking about falling in love with avatar looks, I am talking about falling in love with the the person who is located halfway around the world in Australia from my Florida and who logs on to be with me whenever he can. I do not know what I would do without Jago. He is that important to me.
Jago and I got partnered on November 28 of last year. It was supposed to be an engagement party, but we decided to get partnered shortly before the party and make it a partnership celebration instead. Here is the video that Cuno Fluno produced for us at our party:
Jago hates when I do this, he does not like this public stuff all that much. But Jago, from me to you, it has been an amazing year, and I never want it to stop! You are the greatest guy in the world, and I mean it! Love from Eddi.