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I met my husband online in 1998. I definitely recommend it.

Oh, Caryl! I have loads of material for your next book...
;)

I met my boyfriend (and the previous two) online as well. It was the best thing I could have done and am still recommending it to my single friends.

da Missus and I met in a "Adult" chatroom. We chatted for a few months. A weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas (USA). That was close to half way from where each of us lived. Her from Mississippi, me from Texas. She moved in a month later after just one weekend together. We now have gone through a miscarriage, a stillbirth, birth of twins, and an affair. Yeah, Online can work.

"5. You can meet someone really interesting in a completely different circle of people from those you already know; or in a different part of town; different city or country."

I was living in California and my husband was in London, UK when we met online. 3 years later here I am in London and have never been happier!!

My mom is always meeting guys on the internet. When somebody says "I can't meet anybody" I always say that they aren't trying hard enough because my mom seems to have more boyfriends then she knows what to do with.

I really liked the post about Rose. Thank you for the update. I am happy that she is doing well and will be wishing her well with her learner's test on Friday.

I'll have to chat with my dh online, tonight. He's out of town - which sucks for him because today is his birthday.

My SO and I met through business, but because we live in different states, have "dated" online for 2 years. Our geekiness made it hard to meet someone, but now it's perfect--just sit down at the computer, turn on the webcam and microphone, and voila. We watch TV together, chat, eat, and say goodnight nearly every day. That's 4 hours of quality time we'd never be able to afford on the phone!

This is the first time I am reading your blog, it is truly inspiring. OK, maybe not this particular post ;-), but all in all.

Regarding this posting, a friend of mine has just started internet dating. Will be interesting to see what happens.

Ciao

This is the first time I am reading your blog, it is truly inspiring. OK, maybe not this particular post ;-), but all in all.

Regarding this posting, a friend of mine has just started internet dating. Will be interesting to see what happens.

Ciao

i met my future husband online in 1997 - our alma mater had an intranet chat room for alumni. i was in vancouver, he was in hong kong. i was meant to be moving to viet nam....but only made it as far as hong kong.

viva internet romances!

yikes! magnificent just pointed out i moved to hong kong in 1997, we "met" in 1996.

yikes! magnificent just pointed out i moved to hong kong in 1997, we "met" in 1996.

I admit that I say this from the comfortable position of being happily married, but am I the only one wigged out by the idea of internet matchmaker sites? I can't put my finger on why - I have made friends (women) on the internet, good, honest women - but I'm glad I didn't have to "resort" to internet dating for lack of a better term.

'Course who knows what might happen in my life blah blah and all that, but I'm glad my hubby and I met because of "fate", "chance", "divine intervention" or whatever you want to call it, instead of because we each met each other's online checklist.

I hesitated posting this but what is your comments section for, if not the occasional divergent opinion?!

I have one good reason for recommending internet dating.

His name is Darren.

:)

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