You say you have found God (or, rather, that God found you, I guess), but that you are still not religious. I'm assuming that you are Christian, and of the ilk that contends that the "relationship" with god is the important thing, though you have not actually made any of this clear. It would be helpful to understanding you if you did. It would be helpful to know your stance on salvation as well. Is it through faith or works? Or are you the Universalist type who believes we basically all get to heaven?
Most Christians we get here want to reply to our claims of never having found God that we were "not searching with an open heart", or such. You accuse Gimpy of having weak faith despite her background, and give that as the reason that she "backslid". And yet, you, who were completely uninterested in God, were somehow chosen to be touched and spoken to in a way which made it utterly impossible not to respond to.
Which is it? And, what of free will? I'm assuming, also, that you buy into the free will concept to explain how people do not accept god. What makes you so special as to deserve this selective treatment? If he could do this for you, why not for all? If he is loving and wanted nothing but our salvation, would he not extend the same undeniable courtesy to everyone?
Your testimony really doesn't make sense, and especially so when we don't know the position you are coming from.