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Friday, November 12, 2004


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Beautiful! Another wonderful story that proves that finding love through the internet is possible. My fiance and I have been together 2 years Jan 20th, and to this day we still get told by friends and family alike that we will never make it because we met through the internet. We've lived together for a year and a half, known each other four years. Love is beautiful. May your life continue to bring you happiness!


I've found true love on the internet lots
of times... although its usually late at night and the feeling lasts for only a few minutes.


Thanks for the laugh, Mason! Hang in there, one day it might last for an hour or so, and then..who knows?


Sweet story!

Are you going to come and live over here in the rather fab London, then? Or is your hero going to move over to the US?



So speaketh the best friend.


Fair enough, Cecily!


Hee hee! I didn't realize he said that to you about being the biggest fool in the world if he didn't try. Do you know what A. said to me when he asked me to marry him? "I'd be the biggest idiot on the face of the planet if I didn't marry you." I loved reading your retelling of the story because it's so similar to mine! Yay for crazy Internet romances! Thus speaks the lady who just celebrated her 5th anniversary with her Internet Prince Charming!!

Rev. Dr. Mom

I came to your blog from Cecily's and read this, and it is a BEAUTIFUL story. Of course, it's a year and a half later, so I have to read more and find out if you're married now, which, if you're still on two continents, etc.


OMG I am having th same experience right now. 36 in September and the reason I knwo that the Pancake is the one is because I've never believed it, it's just like you explain. It's the comfort in knowing he means it that makes all the difference in the world.


That's nice story! I also met my husband on Internet. Im brazilian and him australian. The last day 10th July him come and we met on real...When i see him for first time on real i cry of joy.My love just with me 30 days and we then marry and him back to his country and now i wait for my spouse visa to see him again.


That is a wonderful story...


I just wanted to say that I have seen your work lately and I find it very interesting and enlightening.

Firefighter Chris

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