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Cyber Love Story of the Week – Lynne and Dave

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CLSLynneandDaveAfter a very odd experience with cyber dating involving a? daytime talk show, Dave was referred to by one of the show’s producers. Several months later, Lynne responded to his online dating profile headline which simply read “I Like Cake.”

On their first meeting at the Formosa Cafe in Hollywood, they found they shared a lot of core interests: theater, Scrabble and a passion for baseball. But alas, Lynne had met another guy on Match and Dave was given the dreaded “friends” speech.

Feeling a connection, Dave played the “friend” card as well as he could.? He arranged post-season baseball group get-togethers and stayed in phone contact with Lynne on a regular basis. Dave soon won over her sister and enlisted her as a conspirator.

Dave’s strategy worked. Soon the other Match guy was out of the picture. This led to years of Scrabble tournaments, trips to Texas and Tahoe, and attending over 40 Dodger games together.

Dave proposed at the Neil Diamond concert at the Hollywood Bowl three years later on the anniversary of their first date. They were married on Oct 3, 2009 in Los Angeles.

To celebrate, they invited the all guests to the Formosa Cafe the night before. The Dodgers clinched the National League West title on their wedding day.

Congratulations to Lynne and Dave who prove that by being “just friends” might result in finding “just the one.”

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One Response to “Cyber Love Story of the Week – Lynne and Dave”

  1. Bobbi Palmer on November 13th, 2009 8:35 am

    I love this story because it shows a couple things:

    1) Someone who doesn’t “do it for you” when you first meet can end up being your husband (that’s my story as well!), and

    2) Persistence pays off, but not the obnoxious in-your-face type. Just the kind that keeps someone in your life so the possibilities stay open.

    Thanks Julie! Love your love stories!

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