As a previous member of the dating circle, Tiffany was clearly excited about her upcoming nuptials to her hard working fiancé. In a column that usually focuses on singles in Arcadia, I wanted something to compare to when it came to love, and Tiffany was the perfect example of happily ever after.
Name: Tiffany C.
Current Location: at
Relationship Status: Engaged
Interested In: Security and a darn good marriage.
I can see by the ring that you are engaged?
Yes! He’s amazing.
Where did you meet him?
I met him at school.
Where do you go to school?
Citrus College. It’s near APU. I am graduating soon.
What is your major?
. Microsoft Office type stuff.
Do you enjoy it?
Yes, very much. I’m always on a computer, and I know all the ins and outs. I either want to work at a working in computers and admitting people or working in a as a dispatcher. Something that has stability and won’t change with the economy.
That’s really smart! People with my job never have security. But as an “artist,” we thrive on uncertainty. Do you have a temporary job while you study?
I work at Carmens Restaurant in Azusa. My family owns it.
Where are they from?
Did you go to high school around here?
How long have you been in the area?
My whole life.
When are you getting married?
He’s waiting for me to graduate, and we will figure it out.
What does he do?
He’s a union plumber.
Oh, so he is already settled with a .
Someone needs to pay for all those bags you have!
Where did you shop today?
I went to . They have really nice shoes. is another store I like.
What is that?
It’s casual underwear, sweatpants and shirts. Pricewise, it’s better than .
Are your parents from the area?
What’s your ethnicity?
Polish, Mexican, Irish and German.
Oh, cool. I’m a mutt also. Everyone dated everyone to produce us. What are the three qualities you like in your fiancé?
He’s a hard worker. He treats me right. He tries very hard, and he’s just a good person in general.
Aw, that’s really sweet. What makes a person “good?”
He tries to succeed in life and make us happy as a couple.
Do you guys live together yet?
For a reason?
We come from a traditional background, and due to morals, we want to wait.
I once married someone before we moved in together, and if I had known what this guy was like to live with, I would never had married him. But that’s just me adding a positive spin to the conversation. What’s your fiancé’s name?
Hi, Miles! How does being engaged compare to the life?
Oh, man, no comparison! I’m just really lucky.