We met in a pub during the Xmas season. Like in a fairytale story, ours eyes met across a crowded room and we literally fell in love there and then! 6 years later, we are married and have 2 little boys. I still get butterflies when stares into my eyes! He grew up in a small village, with very little racial variety. He is someone who has always seen 'people'. He never looked down his nose at others because of where they are from or their social standing. We clicked straight away, and I loved the way he spoke about his family and the his job as a teacher.
Tomorrow is the one week anniversary of our trip to the courthouse after almost 3 years together. It took us 50+ years to find each other and we are truly joined at the souls.
I'm Sherley & The love of my life and mic partner in crime is my heart Clove.
Clove (39) and I are high school sweethearts and been together for 20 years.
Amy and Shaun are an interracial couple who love each other very much. They go on many Adventures and Grand Explores. They question authority and are prone to sticking it to The Man. Sometimes they are very very naughty. Each day, Shaun takes a picture of their latest hi-jinx and sends it to Amy - and posts it to:
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Christopher and I are from two of the least diverse places in the world - he comes from Cooperstown which is primarily white and I come from Barbados which is primarily black.
Some way and some how, we both ended up in Cortland, NY - another not-so-diverse area in Upstate, NY where it is exceedingly rare to find a white man dating a black woman and we still get the sideways looks and glances.
When I met Josh, I only noticed that he was Korean when my friend jokingly called him ,"Bruce Lee." I could see something in him that drew me to him and getting to know him. In the early stages of dating I would get so uncomfortable when he would crack Asian jokes but I learned to deal with them.
He said he loved me very early in the relationship but I didn't take too much longer to feel it too. I laugh these days when I think of the "love" that I felt for him then compared to the true love that I feel for him now after 5 years of getting to know him on a deeper level.
My lovely Family. Its different enough being an interracial couple, but to top it off, I am an African man raising a very white child and I wouldn't trade it for the world.
My hUsband and I were married on August 3rd 2002
We meet in the house We were boarding my as a International student from Panama and He was a student at the University of WIndsor (Canada) we were both shy, but it was love at first sight. Our families were really happy for us , here we are now almost ten years and one beautil daugther
My husband and I were married on 6/12/10.
We met in college, but were both shy. So, despite the fact that we were attracted to one another, nothing came of it. A year later, my roommate formally introduced us. We were inseparable ever since. Alex proposed to me in November of 2008 and we immediately planned our wedding to take place on Loving Day in 2010.
Alex (who is Colombian) was adopted by Caucasian parents at around 9 months of age. His parents were so accepting of our relationship and marriage.
I did not know what "miscegenation" was or that it was once illegal until it was mentioned in connection with Obama three years ago. I am happily interacially married these ten years. Today I was looking up the wikipedia article and realised I was born on Loving Day (or two years before, in 1965). I guess that there are nearly a million Americans born on Loving Day. I wonder what percentage of them are inter-racially married? If there were a global law requiring that people only maried interacially, I wonder how long it would be before there'd be no more war.