Carl and Tracey met on Dinomatch.com. Carl posted, “I’m not much into health food, I am into champagne – you’re not into yoga, and have half a brain.” Tracey was enchanted by his straight-forward approach to life and his devotion to his friends; ten minutes into their first date, she knew he was “the one.”
The Local Farmer’s Market was a regular stop for Carl and Tracey on date nights; both being committed locavores, they were proud supporters of their neighborhood agricultural businesses.
Art for Art’s Sake
Tracey had spent years babysitting neighborhood hatchlings and, though she was secretly a little self-conscious about it, really enjoyed coloring. Carl, who’d very much enjoyed his art classes in high school, didn’t see anything wrong with grown dinosaurs indulging in fun art projects, and was always on the lookout for good coloring books to share with Tracey.
Once Upon A Time In The West
The Gang loved Tracey. Not just because she made Carl so happy, but also because of her joie de vivre, easy-going nature and sense of humor. The Gang’s Big Screen Movie Nite was an event Tracey never missed, even when the The Gang wanted to watch yet another spaghetti western.
Coffee, Cake & Conversation
Carl was a notorious espresso freak; Tracey wasn’t partial to coffee herself, but did enjoy a nice cake-pop. They’d spend a few hours every week just shooting the breeze, talking current events and movies and music while getting hopped up on caffeine and sugar. Carl loved how much Tracey knew about the world and how things worked; he considered himself the luckiest guy in the world, to be with a lady who was so darn smart and worldly.