Coincidences United Two People In Need

An interesting set of coincidences in this story today showing how people often meet for a purpose. In this instance a couple, who needed each other, met on the Internet and then discovered the connections between them.

Interlocking coloured stars clipartMy name is Kim and I was raised in a small town in western Nebraska called Alliance. I am also recovering alcoholic. One day I was in an Alcoholics Anonymous chat room,(which I rarely visit), when a man named Scott started talking to me. As it turns out he once lived in Omaha, where I live now and went to school here to become a Nurse.

As we talked further, he told me that he wasn’t from Omaha, but was raised in western Nebraska. You got it, he was from my home town. After I learned his last name, it sounded familiar, but we were 7 years apart in age. We did however have some mutual friends in Alliance.

Then we got back on the subject of Omaha. He told me that he used to live in central Omaha on a street called Poppleton. I told him that I had just bought a home in North Omaha off of 45th Street. He said, "Really, my Aunt used to live on that street." Scott then asked for the address, when I told him he said that he was certain that this was the home that his Aunt lived in. He described my house to me, just like someone would have if they were standing next to me. I have confirmed that this was his Aunt’s home from neighbors that have lived on this street for over 20 years.

Scott and I continued our friendship, sometimes communicating through e-mail, but mostly over the phone for the past 8 months. We have become close and are very much in love. Scott and I believe that God brought us together through these series of coincidences.

Further Coincidences:
A Wrong Corrected By A Coincidence
Classic Coincidence: Mark Twain And Halley's Comet
A Message From My Dead Father


  1. Great story. Synchronicity often involves great odds, which certainly seems to be the case here!

    1. Thanks Trish: definitely great odds with this one.

  2. Hi Mike. I just found this blog, and after reading it, I think you need to take a look at mine. I have been having experiences like these for the past year or so. Sorry for leaving a comment here, I know this has nothing to do with the related post, but I didn't know how else to contact you.

    Perhaps by coincidence (hah), mine is a Blogspot blog as well.


    1. Thanks for the visit. I've been over to your blog and have left a comment. You have lots of interesting stuff there.