Woman Paints the Man of Her Dreams Two Months Before Meeting His Real-Life Version

Chloe Mayo, an amateur artist from Surrey, England, painted a depiction of her dream man two months before meeting him on an online dating site. She was so shocked by the resemblance that she hid the painting for fear he would think she was a stalker.

In 2009, Chloe, who was single at the time, painted a romantic image of her holding hands with a tall, dark, bearded man. The 31-year-old didn’t think too highly of her artwork, so she just left it in a corner of her living-room and forgot all about it. Shortly after, she started looking for love on the internet, and ended up messaging Michael Goeman. The pair seemed to have a lot in common, and after two months of chatting, they decided to meet in person. The moment she laid eyes on him, Chloe was shocked by his resemblance to the man in the painting. Fraid he might think she was some kind of stalker, she put the hid the painting under the bed and only showed it to Michael after they went on a few more dates. “He was due to come over to my house and I thought that if he saw the picture he would think I was a stalker and a bit weird, so I hid it under my bed,” Chloe said. “About a week later I mustered up the courage to show him and although he looked a bit confused, he saw the funny side when I explained what had happened.”

Chloe-Mayo-painting Luckily, Michael wasn’t put off by his painted clone, and the two continued their relationship. Eighteen months after they first met, he asked Chloe’s hand in marriage, while vacationing in the south of France. Today, the painting is hung in their lounge, and all their friends have started calling Michael, “the man in the painting”. “I never would have thought I’d have predicted my husband and I don’t normally believe in that sort of thing, but I suppose it must be fate,” Chloe Mayo concluded.




Source: Daily Mail

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  • sigmund Posted on May 27, 2013

    Always the same stuff with women. She thinks she foresaw the “man of her dreams” but actually she just focused her mind on a stereotype and did her best snatch him. She might even have seen a very similar man whom she liked a lot before having made that painting.

    Let it go women! Life is really not that meaningful and things aren’t so damn complicated most of the time. Stop trying so hard to attribute significance to life. Believe me, it is a lot easier to live the other way around.

  • Adrian Dicks Posted on May 27, 2013

    The same thing happened to me before I met my wife. I used to wear lingerie underneath my business suits, and my new girlfriend would have the exact same outfits! Only she wore larger size. Now that we are happily married, and I’ve gained a few pounds, I can borrow her lacy underthings.

  • mark Posted on May 27, 2013

    I will be more impressed if they both find the owl in the painting.

  • Hailey Posted on May 27, 2013

    sometimes things like that happen, but in the same time if she goes online looking for a man she would be naturaly attracted to a man like the man of her dreams.

  • Sicko Posted on May 28, 2013

    When do they find the tree with lips

  • Bimbam Posted on May 29, 2013

    I don’t call it the man of your dreams until the marriage last your lifetime.

  • Linas Posted on June 3, 2013

    Itis law of attraction. Minds become things.