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Second Chance Love

It Must Be Kismet
Dedicated to My Husband, SSGT John Chojnacki

Submitted by Courtney

I had no idea that destiny was playing a role back in 1998 when I met my husband while taking a college course. One small problem: we were both married to other people at the time! Being very honorable people, we enjoyed our platonic friendship and parted ways at the end of the semester. While I knew I would never see John again, I never did forget how he made me laugh.

Years passed and through events I found myself single. My friends talked me in to trying online dating where mostly I found frogs rather than princes. I was fed up and about ready to throw in the towel when one Sunday afternoon in 2003 I received an email from a suitor. His email was short; his name was John and he wanted to know if I was the same girl from college. Amazingly enough, he had become single himself and with fate's help, found me on the internet!

We began dating and it didn't take long to know that we were meant to be together. John and I were married February 21st, 2004 and spent our honeymoon together in Honolulu, Hawaii. We spent seven wonderful days exploring Oahu together and loved every moment of our time.

Today, still very happily married, John is in the Air Force and will soon be deployed to Kuwait for five months. I miss him when he is gone and worry for his safety, but I have faith that kismet is what brought us back together for always.

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