Ruben P. Salazar Typo To Marriage
February 9, 2012 by staff
Ruben P. Salazar Typo To Marriage, Ruben P. Salazar typo leads to Rachel Salazar marriage after they were together for eight days. This is the story of a romance that began with a typo. In 2007, Rachel Salazar was living in Bangkok, Thailand, and Ruben Salazar was in Waco, Texas.
They were living 9,000 miles apart and completely unaware of each other’s existence. One morning, Ruben checked his email, and he found a note intended for someone else.
“I discovered it said RP Salazar followed by two numbers,” he says. “I figured, ‘Hey, my email is the same exact thing without the numbers, so they probably sent it to the wrong person.”
Ruben, 39, noticed that this other RP Salazar was in Bangkok, so when he forwarded the email, he added his own little message. “Something to the effect of ‘Hi, Rachel, it seems as if this message came to me instead of you. I’m in Waco, Texas, U.S.A. Have a great day. P.S. How’s the weather there in Bangkok?’”
That email is how it all began. They would communicate regularly and Rachel even took a trip to the States. Rachel’s trip lasted eight days. They were dancing one night and Rachel told Ruben that he was the sweetest guy she’d ever met.
At that moment Ruben knew he needed to say or do something so he didn’t lose her. So he proposed. She accepted. Rachel and Ruben were married on Nov. 24, 2007.
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