In fact, she even posted this video of the adorable couple telling their story.“It has been beautiful to witness their love story,” she says. She is extremely flirty and laughs at everything he says.Things are about to get really cute up in here, people!Last October, 80-year old Renee Weiss and 92-year old Miles Miller attended a local dating event for seniors in Atlanta.
It also helps that Weiss’s besties love her new boyfriend! “And I have fun making the reservations,” Weiss says. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment.Weiss got word about it from a friend’s granddaughter, and she decided to go with a few of her BFFs.Created by Somerby Sandy Springs community liaison Jodi Firestone, the speed-dating “Meet and Greet” was designed to bring together 20 seniors, all ranging in age from 75-96 years old. And we’ve been dating and seeing each other ever since,” she tells Babble. Firestone is thrilled that the event was so successful.“They’re so supportive of what’s going on with me now. I’ve got a good life right now, I’m very happy,” she shares. She met her first husband when she was only 15 years old, and he passed away after 56 years of marriage. “I didn’t know I could [love again],” Weiss tells Babble. In fact, she has so much fun that the restaurant staff is often readily prepared for their arrival. We met lovely people, [and] we got a great response from everyone we met. “I really didn’t date or anything like that since my husband passed. Weiss likes to write “two seniors in love” in the notes below the reservation time, and it has made for some amazing conversations with the managers and waitstaff. They also just finished a 14-day cruise, and the grandfather-of-two is already planning their next trip together! I've been on a lot of bad first dates in the past year.