"It's a comforting feeling knowing just by the squeeze of the hand or by a look... we know what each other's thinking... When all those eyes are watching us... it boils down to just Scott and I" - Tessa Virtue
Canada’s most decorated ice dance team, Tessa Virtue, 25, London, Ont. and Scott Moir, 27, Ilderton, Ont. have decided not to compete during the upcoming skating season. The 2010 Olympic champions and double 2014 Olympic silver medalists are not ruling out future competitions, but plan to sit…
I think it would be incredibly intimidating to try to start a relationship with someone you have worked closely with for 17 years. When you meet someone new you can kind of reinvent yourself and put the past behind you. With T & S, all the past and every mistake, embarrassment and insecurity would be laid bare. It would require a lot of security and confidence for them to make themselves vulnerable to each other in that way.
But because they have worked so closely and know everything about each other, there won’t be any negative surprises ;) They understand each other to the core that there will be less misunderstandings and problems, etc. But that’s just what I hope for. No one knows until it actually happens! Let’s just all hope for the best! :D
August 11 2014, 01:18 AM
Random question. Is curling popular in Northern America? Cause I can't watch more than a few minutes of it without laughing hysterically. Is it like lawn bowls on ice? But with those weird brooms?
I don’t think it’s as popular as hockey lool. But personally, I actually quite enjoy it! I watched the female curling matches for the Sochi olympics and I think that once you understand the point system and the rules, it’s actually pretty suspenseful. But that’s just my opinion! :)
I do agree though that Scott and Charlie are completely different people. Charlie clearly has 'one woman man' written all over him. The kind of fellow who is content to lock it all in at a young age. Scott has all the signs of being one of those men who won't be ready to settle down for quite some time. That's not a criticism - just an observation. Everyone's different. Scott will no doubt make a great partner to someone when he's eventually ready.
An interesting observation… hmmmm… But maybe he just thinks he hasn’t found the right one? (even though he can’t see that the perfect one is staring him straight in the face)