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I met my husband online -- a true love story

Updated on September 17, 2008

You see the ads on tv about online dating sites, how the couples met, dated, found the love of their life, and married. Somehow, it all seems too good to be true. Not in my case: it truly did happen that way!

The pic I posted on
The pic I posted on

I never dated in high school, and only went on a couple dates in college. I had plenty of opportunities, but I didn't find anyone that I really clicked with. Once out of college and on my own, I saw someone for a few months but it didn't work out. I gave myself time to get over the relationship, then decided to try online sites. I looked at both eHarmony and and decided was the best choice for me. I created my profile, filled out my information, and started browsing.

My first few attempts at finding an online match didn't pan out. One guy was too shy to meet me, although we chatted by e-mail for a while. Two guys wanted too much information from me, and one of them became an online stalker for a few weeks before I banned him. Then, I found a profile I liked immediately. We had a lot in common, lived in the same city, and I thought his picture was attractive. I "winked" him to let him know I was interested, and he "winked" back. I replied with an e-mail, and we started writing.

My fiance
My fiance

After a couple weeks of constantly writing back and forth, over 10 e-mails per day, he wanted to meet. I was very nervous, but also wanted to meet, so I said ok. He sent his phone number, and I called him. The next day, we met at the movie theater to see Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. I could tell he was as nervous as I was, but we found we could talk easily and had a good time. He called me when I was on the way home after our date, asking me out the next weekend for dinner.

It took us two dates to figure out we lived 6 blocks apart, and four dates to figure out we had the same last name. In two months, we decided we were dating exclusively. That was three years ago, and we are getting married next month. So, yes, it can happen!


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    • puddingicecream profile image


      7 years ago from United States

      Aw, this story's really sweet. Some stories about meeting online don't always turn out so great. You got really lucky!

    • KT pdx profile imageAUTHOR

      KT pdx 

      9 years ago from Vancouver, WA, USA

      Thanks! Things are going great. I wrote this hub in July 2008, so now we've been married almost 3/4 of a year! We've had a couple major health things happen, which resulted in me not being able to work anymore, but we've come to an agreement on a long-term plan to deal with that. We can talk about anything; even if we disagree we can discuss things.

    • kea profile image


      9 years ago

      Hola. How are things going now? I don't know when this was written, but I hope things are going well! Cheers.


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