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Same goes for fundraising, wrapping holiday presents and teaching new skills. On planes, trains and automobiles — or waiting for them.

But take heart if online dating sites put you off, for many ordinary places make excellent potential meeting grounds.At another, I struck up a conversation with the handsome, funny bartender, who happened to be an actor. We smiled, sat down on a bench and started talking. Next he tried Italian cooking, with better results: The class involved preparing dishes with a partner, so Larry picked the entrée course — and a single-woman partner.We got to enjoy one dinner together before he was called to L. They made eggplant parmigiana and vegetarian lasagna, among other things, then enrolled together for a second cooking course (on soups). These days they're in each other's kitchen almost every night, cooking up a storm.There's no reason to keep yourself from a potentially amazing relationship, just because society tells you it's weird.We're all a little weird, and love is beautiful, so that's pretty darn cool if you ask me.En español | Thousands of older Americans are eager to enter the dating scene but haven't figured out the best way to do it.

Others, actively dating, long to expand their pool of possible partners.

Or you might kick things off by talking about the book or magazine you are reading, or your impending (or just-concluded) vacation.

Even an offer to share your travel snacks makes a great icebreaker. When the plane landed, he asked Leslie if she would have any time for dinner or sightseeing. That led to a long-distance relationship and a move to San Francisco, where Leslie and Paul celebrated their 10-year anniversary this year.

" Another, an avid cyclist, met her husband-to-be on a bike trip in France.

(On my one and only bike trip, through New England, the lone male I got to know was the driver of the sag wagon.) 5. Pick an activity that interests you — and one that's conducive to interaction.

Next they discovered they were both avid readers and baby boomers who love '60s music.