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In the mean time, Andrew got transferred to Columbus for work.
Then, Carly got a job in Cincinnati post graduate school, but Andrew was still located in Columbus.
They spent the rest of her winter break hanging out together and when she went back to Northwestern, Andrew made trips up to Chicago to visit her.
Carly and Andrew's relationship wasn't easy as they were long distance for over 3 years.
Right when Carly arrived, Ilyssa introduced her to a group of people. The two of them spent the entire dinner talking to one another and the rest of the night talking in the back of the room.
When it was time to leave, they walked out together (with Carly's cousin next to them).
On April 17, 2016, Andrew and Carly were getting ready to go to a "company picnic" for Andrew's job.
Andrew had told Carly weeks before that she needed to save that date for a big picnic his company was having and that she was going to meet many of his work friends so she needed to look nice.
Carly did not want to spend a Friday evening of her winter break attending a Jewish Shabbat event, but she felt badly leaving her cousin alone and had nothing else to do, so she decided to go. They talked for a while during the cocktail hour and when it was time to eat dinner, they made sure they sat next to each other (or at least Carly made sure she had a seat across from Andrew).
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There was an access event (Russian shabbat to be exact) that Andrew was attending with his friends.