What's Your Love Story? And Trusting God and Technology!

I know many of my readers are enjoying a lovely Memorial Day weekend! I hope you have a lovely time with your families.

Long weekends are often time for reading, and many of us love a good story. So I thought I’d ask today: What’s your love story?

And I have one to share! A while back I wrote a blog post on finding a spouse through internet dating. I was a skeptic five years ago; I’m not anymore.

After that post, I received this awesome love story via email from Christina, and I thought you all may enjoy reading it.

What's Your Love Story?

Internet dating (or dating at all) is not for everyone. And it was an option that I avoided for the same reasons you mentioned [in your blog post]. I didn’t want to seem desperate (because I wasn’t) or run into desperate guys (I seemed to find enough of those without help). To be honest, I don’t know of anyone who says, “My dream is to meet and marry a guy who I find online.”

As a single person, I was very happy. I usually had stages of discontentment which I just had to ride out – but most of the time I was happy. I wanted very much to get married, but I reached the point several years ago where I put it in God’s hands and trusted Him with it. I still prayed earnestly that He would bring me a man, but I wasn’t about to sit around and wait for a husband to fall into my lap. I made plans instead, and travelled, and did things. But I am already rambling.

What's Your Love Story?During the summer of 2011 I found a few other single people who enjoyed being single and just for fun we made a club for ourselves. It was all a joke, but we actually DID have some good conversations about the benefits of being unmarried.

One day, on a whim, two other single friends and I drove to San Francisco and spent the whole day running around and being glad we were single. I remembered partway through the day that I was supposed to meet up with my brother (Isaac) and his girlfriend (Beth) at the mid-state fair… so I felt kind of bad about standing them up. But I had such a great time in SF with my friends that I got over it pretty quickly, and arranged to see Isaac and Beth another time.

I was a little confused as to why Beth gave me such a hard time for missing our appointment… but as it turns out (this was discovered many months later), Beth had intended to ‘inconspicuously introduce’ me to one of her guy friends that day, in the hope that my single life would be over.

After summer ended, I moved back to my small hometown of Mariposa and tried to find a job. I was broke from my six months of world-travelling the year before, and the camp I had worked at all summer was through CEF and was all volunteer and no pay.

I was living with my parents again after being on my own for four years, but I loved being back home. However, I finally admitted to them that I was tired of being single. I was restless. Beth and Isaac kept encouraging me to try online dating and quit my single life (because that’s how they met), but I strongly resisted them – for a while.

What's Your Love Story? EHarmonyThen one day, a couple days before Thanksgiving, I decided to set up a profile on eHarmony. I knew I would probably get kicked out of my singles club if anyone ever found out, but I was very curious how the site worked and promised myself that I wouldn’t actually sign-up and pay money. I didn’t put my real name or location, as I had safety concerns about sharing personal information (and I come from a small town!). Also, I didn’t want a boy from my area. So I called myself by my middle name, Joy.

Well, one thing led to another and, after reviewing loads of matches, I thought to myself, “Wow, I can see why this site seems to work! These people all seem like decent, God-loving individuals. But I still had my reservations, oh wait…. hey… someone sent me a message!”

I was curious, however I couldn’t find out any more until I signed up. I closed my computer and went and did the dishes and thought about all the reasons not to join. I was happy being single. I wanted to trust God with my singleness. Curiosity overwhelmed me so I went back to my computer; then promptly gave in and signed up to be a real member! For the next two days, my conscience plagued me. I hadn’t prayed about it at all. So I kept it a secret.

I prayed a lot about it, because I was really, truly sorry that I had signed up (at the same time, I was enjoying messaging all these solid Christian guys!) – but I clearly understood God’s answer to be, “Christy, I can use eHarmony, too.” My understanding of that reassurance was that perhaps through sharing God’s work in my life, I could encourage a Christian brother out there.

Thanksgiving came and went. On the day, Isaac and Beth visited and all had a wonderful time. Beth brought her lap harp and I try it. I loved it. :) But I didn’t breathe a word to them about my online dating. I was still too embarrassed.

The next day, as I browsed through my matches, I saw that a certain Bobby from San Jose knew of Josh Garrels. Josh Garrels is a slightly obscure musician I had discovered the month before and quickly grew to enjoy. This is why I was astounded that Bobby was familiar with his music. So I sent him a quick message expressing my surprise and delight at his musical taste. Then I noticed that Bobby had apparently not logged in for three weeks, so I figured he had found a girlfriend. But I send off the message anyway, because I still thought it was cool about our common interest. Then I forgot about it until the next day. Bobby, however, didn’t. He responded 23 minutes later – but by that time I was asleep in bed!

Now I was right – Bobby never really logged on anymore. He had signed up for the year-long deal in the beginning “because, you know, it’s the best deal they have”. In fact, he was pretty much over it, and had given up on finding anyone from his area (San Jose). He was now mainly getting matched with girls from Utah. It was purely the fact that I stated ‘San Jose’ as my hometown that caused him to respond. Then he was really glad he did because, as chance would have it, he and I had identical taste in music.

After messaging back and forth for a couple days, we discovered some cool little facts about each other. I immediately shared the truth about ‘Joy’ being my middle name, and Mariposa being my real location, and we both shared about our interests in musical instruments. Bobby talked about his A Cappella group where he sang bass. I have always preferred deep voices. It completely slipped my mind that Isaac and Beth were also in an A Cappella group in San Jose as well – which would have been great to mention, as it was just one more thing in common. But I did mention that my brother and his girlfriend had visited for Thanksgiving and that I had tried my brother’s girlfriend’s lap harp. “It might be my next instrument,” I told Bobby. Around this time, Bobby texted his good friend, Beth Drew, and their conversation was this:

Bobby: Shoot. I just got matched with an amazing girl online… like seriously perfect. And I was ignoring the site but she contacted me!
Beth: Then say hi to her! Online dating rocks!!! Hey, I didn’t even know you were on there…forget to tell me?
Bobby: Ha ha! I figured you’d get angry at me because I give you such a hard time, but yeah, we’ve been talking for a few days now. She’s from Mariposa.
Beth: LOL! You’re kidding! I just spent Thanksgiving in Mariposa! What are the odds of that? Isaac wants to know her name. He probably knows her, lol.”
Beth: It’s not his sister Christy, is it?
Bobby: Her middle name is Joy…that’s all I know.
Beth: Lol!
Bobby: Um, wait…
Bobby: I thought she looked like Christy (Bobby had noticed a resemblance, but never followed up on that notion).
Bobby: Do you have a lap harp?
Beth: Yes, I brought my lap harp to Thanksgiving…
Bobby: OMG! It is her! I just saw her Facebook picture on Isaac’s page.
Beth: OMG!!!
Bobby: Holy. Crap.
Beth: Bobby – this is hilarious! You’ve been on my case since day one to introduce you to her – now I’m off the hook!

So, I got a phone call that evening from Beth and Isaac – which I fully expected to be an engagement announcement. Then I spent an hour blushing and laughing at being found out. My first thought was, of course, “Oh no! I was matched with Isaac!” (Isaac had signed up for a year, initially, so his account was still active and I didn’t realize you could stop getting matched. I figured he must’ve gotten on to look at some old messages from Beth and perhaps seen my profile.)

But when I asked how they knew, Isaac said, “You’re talking with one of Beth’s friends!” I took the opportunity to drill Beth about Bobby, and was extremely pleased at Beth’s comments. Bobby just happened to be the same friend that Beth had tried to set me up with at the mid-state fair. And the A Cappella group that Bobby sang in happened to be the same one that Isaac and Beth sang in as well.

'Into the sunset...' photo (c) 2011, Hassan Rishwan Jalyl - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/After this, the two of us started seriously emailing because the ‘coincidence’ was just too awesome to ignore. The more I discovered about Bobby, the more impressed I was. I prayed a lot about it and had peace and true excitement. After a few days, I visited my dear sister (the one with whom I share everything – and the same one who shared your blog with me) and her husband in San Jose. I made sure to let Bobby know I’d be in town, and he lost no time in asking me out to coffee (which was, of course, my hope). The date was lovely. Neither of us had any reservations about going ahead with the relationship. For years I had prayed that God would bring me a good man, and my first thought as I stepped into my car and drove away from that first date was, “Wow – what a good man.”

Bobby and I got engaged in October 2012 and were married this spring. My conclusion: I didn’t join eHarmony out of trust in God – in fact I would have said that it was a lack of trust in God. But He used it for good to show me in an obvious way that HE had a man for me. If I had honoured the meet-up in SF, I could have saved the money and just met Bobby at the mid-state fair, but God worked it out anyway, and I am glad He did :).

Of course, our relationship was sparked by common interests, but it has grown and been rooted in the foundation of Christ. I revel each day in the richness of my relationship with Jesus Christ, and with this man, Bobby, who shows me Christ’s love on a daily basis.

Thanks, Christina, for sharing your story!

I loved it! And now, readers, I’d like to hear from you: What’s your love story?


  1. My hubby and I met online. :-) I had joined match.com mostly to get all my married friends off my back! I was tired of constantly being “hooked up” when I didn’t want to be. So I went online. I’d show them! I’d take control of my dating life! Fast forward a little less than a year – I had gone on some nice dates, seriously got into one guy only to get my heart broken, and had decided to take a break from dating and just be ME for a while. Those were happy months, the happiest I’d had in a while. I was completely surrendered to God in a new way and it was glorious.

    Then, out of the blue, I got an e-mail from a guy on Match asking if I went to a certain church. I had plated vague hints about the church I went to in my profile, things only someone who went to that church would catch, and he did! It’s a large church and this guy and I had never met. We were both kind of in the same place dating-wise. We’d both been dating around and had recently decided to take breaks. He had felt an urging, though, to go back onto his match.com profile and take a look at what was out there. He almost didn’t message me because he didn’t like my short haircut in my profile picture! Men and long hair. What’s with that? 😉

    After e-mailing for a few days and discovering we had some things in common he invited me to meet for coffee. We both figured we knew some of the same people and so at the very least we’d end up being friends.

    Yeah…that first meeting lasted over seven hours! We could not stop talking! We closed down two coffee shops and then stood outside our cars in a parking lot under a street light still yammering! I had never clicked with a guy like that before. And he felt the same way. In fact, he called his mother on his way to work the very next morning and said “I just met the girl I’m going to marry.” No joke.

    Three and a half months later he went down on one knee and asked me to marry him. We’ve been married for six years now and have two beautiful little boys. We still act like a dating couple all the time and people tell us we’re disgusting. LOL We’ve had our rough patches, but we are completely committed to always working it out and we are more in love with each other now than the day we got married.

    And we still can’t shut up when we’re together. :-)
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    • Oh! AND we have all kinds of bizarre connections throughout our lives! It’s got to be God that we didn’t meet before we did. As small children we lived just miles apart. His father worked at a large ministry and several people from that ministry went to my family’s church, so our parents knew some of the same people but never met. They moved to our current home state two years before my family did, and we ended up at the same church in our late teens. We had mutual acquaintances at the church college group but still, never met. I even knew who his mom was!!! I did the church internship for a year and during that time she was hired on staff and they introduced her in staff meeting. She’s a six-foot tall redhead named Ginger. You don’t forget that. At least I don’t. And then we met on the internet. It had to be God!
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    • That’s a beautiful story! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Adriana says:

    My husband and I met online in September 2011. He lived in Ontario and I lived in Virginia. We were very prayerful about every step we made, from the first phone call to when he asked me to marry him. We got married in July 2012 and I can honestly say this was The Lord’s plan for us. It has been an amazing ride and we are so excited for the years to come!

  3. My hubby and I met at a religion class at college. I was interpreting in American Sign Language for a deaf guy in the class, and noticed another guy watching me. The first few times the class met he would come up after class and ask what a certain sign meant, or ask how to say a certain word. I knew from his questions in class that he was a deeply spiritual person and I wanted to spend more time with him. Eventually he asked me if I could teach him ASL. I responded with; Sure, want to go on a date tonight and I can teach you? He was surprised at my forwardness, but accepted.
    So we went out. It was quickly clear that we really enjoyed each others company. We enjoyed our date so much we didn’t want it to end. So we went to a school near my house and walked around the soccer field while we talked. 5 months later we went back to that field and he proposed, in ASL. And 2 months after that we were married.
    We have been married now for almost 10 years, and we live across the street from that field. It’s fun to look out the window and remember. The cool thing to me is how Heavenly Father prepared me and him for each other. We balance each other out incredibly well. And we have both accomplished more together than we possibly could have alone. I’m glad I get to be with him forever!

  4. I began using an online dating website (Marry Well) in August of 2010. That November, I received a kind message from a male member of the site. I had never viewed his profile (the site provides you with “exact matches” and “close matches” based on the information you enter into your profile; he was only a “close match” and I had only viewed my “exact matches”). I skimmed his profile, quickly rejecting any thought of getting to know him—he lived DC and I was in TX! I politely acknowledged his message, careful that nothing in my reply invited a response. He was persistent, though, and continued asking me questions, seemingly undiscouraged by my polite, but uninviting, responses. After finally reading the details of his profile and concluding I should give him a chance despite his place of residence, I asked a question in response.

    For one month we exchanged messages via the messaging system on Marry Well. Then we began instant messaging. In early January 2011 we finally spoke to one another on the phone and later that month we met in person under the watchful eyes of a good friend and her husband. In mid-February we began dating. In addition to exchanging regular emails and frequently visiting via Skype, we continued to see each other about one weekend of each month (we still lived in separate states). It didn’t take long to realize he was a Godly man, characterized by patience, diligence, and respect.

    In November 2011, one year after we first connected and nine months after we began dating, he asked me to marry him. I confidently accepted his proposal. We exchanged vows 9 months later.

    I feel that our experiences meeting online and dating long-distance have benefited us in many ways. We were very intentional in every step of our relationship (after all, why continue to pursue a relationship across so much distance if you’re not serious?). Moreover, when you don’t live in the same location, the only thing you can do together is talk, whether by email, phone, or Skype. We talked about nearly every imaginable issue before we got married and we learned to communicate very well. I believe this has benefitted us immensely in our marriage.

    I’m so glad he persisted in getting me to respond to him back when he first sent me a message!
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  5. Stephanie says:

    At the end of my first year of college, my long time (5 years) boyfriend broke up with me. That coupled with my parent’s divorce (after 20 years of marriage) caused me to move back home with my Dad and put off college for awhile. I got a good job at a bank and was dating but frustrated with the lack of guys my age that wanted what I wanted. For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be a wife and a mother, and at 21, I was ready for marriage and babies…but the guys my age weren’t…lol.

    In Oct. of 1998 my Dad told me that an old business friend of his was coming for a visit and bringing his son. I had met this man (and his wife) one time during my senior year of high school, but their son didn’t come with them at that time. My Dad worked for a company that made the machines that make tires, and his business friend worked for Goodyear in South Africa. They had been doing business together for many years. This man’s family (and my mother-in-law’s family) have lived in South Africa for many generations.

    Anyways, my Dad asked if I would entertain the son, who was about 6 years older than me, while he and his business friend talked business. I was single at the time, so I agreed thinking, if nothing else, it would be fun to meet someone from another country. They were coming for dinner one night, so we made a nice dinner and waited for their arrival.

    I have never been one to believe in love at first sight…until it happened to me :) The minute he walked into my Dad’s house, I knew. Something in me knew that I was meant to marry this man. I didn’t even know him, and he was from a whole different country, but I was sure that this was the man I had prayed for. Little did I know, but he was feeling the same way. We spent the night exchanging small talk and secret glances. My Dad actually invited them to stay in our guest room for the next week and every night after work we would talk and talk and talk. Soon though, it was time for them to leave for the rest of their US trip. The night before he left, I mustered up all my courage to give him a hug goodbye and then I kissed him…just a sweet goodbye kiss, but oh wow…ha ha!! They continued their trip in the US (and he called me frequently). Luckily, they had to come back to the airport near our town to fly home to SA. They stopped at our house one last time, and by this time we both knew what the other was thinking.

    Once he was back home in SA, we talked on the phone (my whole paycheck going towards the phone bill…lol) and faxed as often as we could. We had no idea how all of this was going to work out, but we knew we wanted it to. About a month later, his Dad sent him back to the US on ‘business’. He had caught on to how much we liked each other and was sweet enough to help give us a chance. Six months after coming back to the States we were married in a small civil service (all we could afford). It wasn’t easy at first, since we had to deal with immigration and work permits and green cards, etc. but eventually he was able to join the US Army (13+ years & counting) and get his citizenship. We also renewed our vows on our 10th anniversary in a small church ceremony…something that was very important for us to do.

    We have been happily married since day one, although like all couples, there have been ups and downs…good times and bad. We have two beautiful children and couldn’t imagine life any different. Our love story truly is my favorite ?

  6. Brittany says:

    I met my husband when I was seven years old :) My family had started a home church a few years before and his parents decided to visit. He was 13, and when they came to our house for church that Sunday he was all dressed up in a suit. Being a farm girl I saw this tall skinny kid with glasses, slicked down hair and a suit and thought, “Oh brother, this guy isn’t going to be any fun!” After church my two brothers and I got out our Legos to play in the living room and Josh got permission to change into the regular clothes he’d brought. When he joined us in the living room with torn jeans and a t-shirt and loved playing Legos as much as us AND played guitar…. I think I fell in love right then! The four of us became fast friends. He would come to church in jeans and a leather jacket, play guitar for us while we sang hymns, then after church we’d play army or Legos. What girl could resist a man in a leather jacket who plays beautiful guitar? 😉 He taught me how to milk goats, and then my family got goats because my baby sister was allergic to pasteurize cows milk. Then he taught me how to milk his jersey cow Buttercup.
    When his parents decided to move from FL to Ohio and their house sold faster than expected, the three of them stayed at our farm for a couple months. That was the BEST summer I can remember. My older brother and Josh were best of friends, and Josh never let me and my younger brother feel left out. He told us, “Age doesn’t matter, we’re all friends. ” That’s a big deal coming from a 15 year old boy! We milked Buttercup together, we rode horses together, we took care of all the goats together, we did EVERYTHING together. I told my little brother Ben that I was going to marry Josh one day. 😉 Then they moved away and my brothers and I were heartbroken. We kept in touch through letters, and then went to Ohio to visit the following year. That was a wonderful visit, and I still had a huge crush on him. The next time I saw him was at least a year later. His hair was short (he used to have messy curly hair) and his glasses were gone! He was so handsome and grown up!! 😉 Our families visited back and forth over the next couple years. In April of 2007 my parents called me into their room (that’s where all the important talks happen in my parent’s house) and Dad asked me if I was interested in Josh. I was embarrassed and said no! I had no idea that he was asking me that because Josh had recently asked for permission to marry me!! Thankfully, my dad decided to keep talking to Josh (he had quite the interview planned out!) and without telling me of Josh’s interest, just said to keep praying for God’s guidance and He would bring me the man He had for me at the right time. (I had just turned 18 so their was no rush!!) Well, I was praying, and I still had a major crush on Josh but I knew (or thought I knew) that he had a lot of new friends in Ohio and the chances of us ending up together were slim, so I repented of my crush and tried to tell myself I should think of him as someone else’s future husband and treat him like I would want other girls to treat MY future husband. Meanwhile my dad continued interviewing Josh. In August of 2007 my dad asked me if I was interested in any guys in particular. This time I admitted that I had felt Josh could be the man for me for a long time. Dad still didn’t tell me about Josh’s interest because he didn’t want to get my heart involved until he was sure that he could give Josh his blessing. He told me he was praying and that I should too, and not to worry because he was sure God would bring me a wonderful husband. Well, the interview FINALLY ended that November. In December we had already planned to go visit Josh and his parents, and my parents gave Josh their blessing and then started planning how to surprise me during the visit with a proposal! My dad knew that was what I wanted and felt no misgivings in keeping it a complete surprise 😉 And so on December 29th, 2007 my whole family except my oldest brother who was in the National Guard (by this time I had 7 siblings) and Josh and his parents all went to a local park “to let the kids play”. I walked and chatted with my brother Ben and Josh down a trail ahead of everyone until we came to a pretty little pond. Josh turned to me and said, “I have to ask you something.” Still clueless I said, “Ok….. go ahead!” lol. Then he got down on one knee and I head his mom saying something about him being to quick as she tried to get out her camera. Ben laughed and started to walk away, thinking it was joke, and my mom grabbed his shoulder and said “This is serious!” His jaw dropped along with mine! Josh told me he loved me and had been talking with my dad for some time and had his blessing and then held up his grandmother’s engagement ring and said “Will you marry me?” In shock, I looked from Josh’s face to my dad’s teary one, then back at Josh and whispered “Yes!” He smiled and put the ring on my finger, and on October of 2008 we were married at my family’s farm in Florida. It has been a crazy 4 1/2 years so far and I couldn’t have asked for a better man to spend it with. He is an amazing man, and a wonderful husband, and I love our love story. (Sorry it was so long!) By the way, he still wears torn jeans and plays guitar, and I still have a major crush!!

  7. My Hubby and I met on ChurchOfChristSingles.com. I NEVER thought I’d marry a guy that I met online! My hubby had been on the site for 4 years (he’s 6 years older than me), whereas I had only been on for 2 weeks! We both got on at our mother’s suggestion. He was not active on the site; I think it had been about a month since he’d logged in when I saw his profile. His profile really struck me! Even though this is a Christian singles site, most of the guys didn’t seem as serious about their faith or mature as I was hoping for my future husband. Then, I found Garett’s profile! He seemed so genuine, so personable. I was intrigued. I decided to try to find him on Facebook. We had ONE mutual friend that I had met just a few months before (he went to college with her). Had we not had that mutual friend, I would have never found his profile because of his privacy settings. I sent a friend request and left it at that. The ball was in his court then.

    Well… he messaged me! (obviously, since we’re married… 😉 Even though we didn’t have many mutual friends, his best friend and I had quite a few mutual friends. Long story short, we were married 5 months and 6 days later! I wouldn’t recommend going that fast unless your REALLY know the person and PRAY, PRAY, PRAY! We did our homework on him! My parents emailed people he had known for a long time, asking about his character. Even messaged a father of an ex-girlfriend (we didn’t know this at the time, we just knew he was a family friend).

    God has blessed us so much! I love our love story <3 I'm so thankful that God used online dating to bring us together!
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  8. My husband and I didn’t meet online, but the internet played a big part in our story. We met at a conference. Specifically, a Creation Research Society conference. So we knew right away, simply from the fact that we were both there, that we had something important in common.

    We started talking in the lunch line on the second (and last) day when he told a joke to the lady in front on me (behind him) and I laughed at it. We sat at the same table and talked and then ended up sitting together in all the same afternoon sessions. I came in late to the last session and it was packed. He was about to sit in the last available seat, but gave it to me when I came in. Bonus points for chivalry.

    I joined an email list for the group after I returned home and he emailed me to welcome me. We started emailing and just a couple weeks later, I got a job – coincidentally just an hour and a half from where he lived (we had been half the country apart). We started dating after I moved and I knew by the end of the second date that I was going to marry him. If you think that’s quick, he knew he was going to marry me much earlier. He was telling himself that I was the one on his way home from the conference where we met.

    Of course, by the time we had our second date (considering the distance still between us), we had already emailed a lot and talked on the phone as well. We had both been up front from the beginning that we weren’t interested in dating for fun, but were looking to see if we were compatible for marriage. I sent him a long list of questions to ask his persepctive on marriage, family, life goals, faith, etc and we both answered them for each other to see how our values and goals lined up. All this happened between the 1st and 2nd dates. So by the time of the 2nd date, we knew each other pretty well and knew that we had very similar beliefs and backgrounds. We continued to email a lot and talk on the phone during the rest of our dating days and we talked about anything and everything, but especially about important issues and about what marriage to each other would be like and whether or not that would work. Being so far apart, we had to be intentional in our communcation and in making time to spend together and I think that was good for us.

    We were married just 10-1/2 months after we met and will have been married 3 years next Wednesday. We’re still crazy in love, and it’s amazing how compatible we are in so may ways. By starting with the important stuff – finding out major issues like life goals and beliefs – and by being intentional, we were able to make the marriage decision within a short amount of time and we each found a spouse that fit us well. And we were able to make that decision without the emotional confusion that can happen when you develop feelings for someone before finding out if you’re compatible.
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  9. I have STARTED it here http://thejoyfulkeeper.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/free-printable-alphabet-theme.html but, I am now torturing people as I have yet had time to go back and finish it!!!
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