Post # 31
the day we met, i looked at him over my glasses and told him that i do that when people are making me angry (i was jokingly “mad” for some silly reason) and he pushed my glasses up so that i was looking at him through my glasses instead of over.
in that moment, i knew he was the one. he said i love you first. he holds me when i’m having an anxiety attack. he’s an amazing “dad” to our puppy. we’ve been living together in his parent’s house, sharing a room that was barely big enough for just him to live in for almost a year and we haven’t killed eachother yet! we still have our independence. we don’t control one another. i could go on forever
Post # 32
my fiancée is everything I hope my future son would be like, kind, understanding, strong, loyal, and lives with all he has. I cannot wait to raise men just like him!
Post # 33
We are still considered newly wed (one year coming up in October). Reason why I married him because he always remain calm no matter what. Hardly got offended, it takes a lot to make him mad. He never control me, let me be myself. He is very respectful to everybody around him and would never take advantage of anybody.
My sister in law (who is like an older sister to me) once said to me that I need to find someone that would never take advantage of me because I’m too easy to take advantage of…and it’s hard nto to when I expose myself like that… and I found my Mr. Right that would never ever take advantage of anybody at all.
He take my family and friends seriously and thought of them all the time. He may not wear a shiny armor or shield (that’s more like my role LMAO) and stand in front of me, but the unconditional trust he has given me mean a lot to me.
Post # 34
I knew he was different from anyone I had met. We thought of love and marriage immediately. Then I freaked out because he was so amazing. Then I accepted this was a huge blessing from God and decided not to be stupid about it. So I’m marrying him.
Post # 35
Well, we would have been perfectly happy living together, but I get super cheap dependent health care.
Post # 36
- Wedding: MGM Grand Skyline Terrace
He all about me. He’s affectionate, extremely kind, and a great listener (I’m chatty, lol). Also, we hardly ever fight. Ever. Funny enough, we have few shared interests, but our values are 110% the same. We both believe in love, but we think of it more as an umbrella for commitment, respect, and honesty. He gives me all of those things, without being asked and with ease, and I consider myself an extremely blessed woman to be marrrying him. I truly love the way he loves me and I know my heart will forever be in good hands with him.
Post # 37
- Wedding: Malibou Lake Mountain Club
I married him because he makes me a better person. When we met, he did not walk away when i disclosed my mental illness and was a massive support during my graduate school journey. He even joined me during my therapy sessions to learn how to be of further support in my life, and he also stuck it through this past March (3 months before our wedding) when I got really sick health wise and had to be in the hospital to determine the illness; he was by my side throughout this and much more; he is even by my side today as my husband.
I want to be by his side because he has brought genuine happiness, he has taught me to pursue all and anything i want in my life, to own who i am and what i can give, and over all want to be a wonderful person and a sense that we together can build a happy family. and yes, we do have our ups and downs, but we have not crossed the line of disrespect and we can join forces to fix it.