When Susan Hable went to New York City in December 1999, she had a lot to do. So when her friend told Susan one morning that there was a man she wanted her to meet, Susan wasn't interested. But when she saw the man, Susan suddenly wished she had at least combed her hair. "He was a vision of cleanliness and perfection, and I was like Pig Pen," she says. But to Peter Smith, a partner in a New York law firm, she was anything but that. "I looked at her," he says. "I can't overstate it. I understood what people mean by love at first sight." They had three dates that week. By March, three months after meeting, they were engaged.