Scandinavia – Find Your Love In The Faroe Islands is quite the challenge these days. Are you up for a visit to the Faroe Islands? I may be. . I was interviewed by Anna Poulsen of KVF, Faroese media two weeks ago. I should have the link but the interview is in Faroese so I doubt most would understand anyway. I am trying for a project later this year in Iceland and the Faroe Islands. I would like to take a few ladies who have expressed interest in finding love in the Faroes for a visit to see what we can see (and who we can see)
Thanks to Raynika for sharing her romance story with Interracial Marriage and Family. Brandon is truly my soul mate. His love, ability to accept me for me and his willingness to help me to grow as a person is the greatest feeling in the world. He asked me to be his last girlfriend ever and I happily said yes!
Miriam shares: My husband Tom and I met back in 2009 on a dating website. On October 12, 2014 we became one. Our families and friends have been supportive and we couldn’t ask for anything more.
Chynna shares: This is my fiancé Michael. We met online in 2011 and became a couple. We will be married on 6/26/15. Below we get a wonderful look into the beginning of their life’s journey. The elegant images among fall foliage are just lovely.
Michelle shares: This my husband Adam. We have been together for 9 wonderful years. We have been Married for 3 years and our son Elijah will be 2 next month. Many people doubted our relationship some even said it would never work but it has. I am so glad that I MARRIED my best friend, the love of my life, my soul mate. Everyone deserves to be happy and find true love. Please don’t ever give up and always fight for who you love. God has been so good to us.
Siobhan and Anou – Siobhan is a beautiful woman of Ghanaian and Irish heritage who met and fell in love with Laotian Anou while they were in Japan. The beautiful young couple celebrated in a Buddhist, Laotian ceremony as well as an Irish and Ghanaian wedding in Alexandria, Virginia. The bride and groom included photographs of themselves as children — they are so cute! See the rest of the fab photos on Munaluchi Bridal.
You have to see this spectacular multicultural wedding video of Cynthia and Hatim. They live in Paris and married in Hatim’s native Morocco. You see some elements from Martinique from where the bride hails, but by far we can’t help but notice marvelous Moroccan customs such as the professionals dressing the bride for a 5 time change of clothes. (Moroccan customs can have up to 8 clothing changes). Seems that no expense was spared as this is a real celebration. Obliviously Hatim loves this beautiful woman named Cynthia and she looks at him like he is a prince!
Brandy and Michael Voels
Excerpted from “Being 40 Plus” In His Hands
When I was reached out to and asked to discuss my thoughts, feelings or views on my marriage I had a range of emotions. I am a black woman married to a white man. That is what the world sees at any rate. What I feel is a woman married to a man raising a family like any other couple black, white or otherwise. So, to give others perspective I chose to answer the question “what is it like to be in a biracial relationship?”
Nicole Beharie & Michael Fassbender
Some of us knew that Bob Dylan liked to swirl since it came out in 2001. Remember Mavis Staples turned down his marriage proposal. I don’t blame him for keeping his marriages secret and out of the spotlight This is definitely easier to do as his born name Robert Zimmerman. He took care of business and was obviously a good dad, as his ex-wife says. No hidden racism as some of the comments in the various articles suggest.
I came across a post by Lola Akinmade Åkerström’s blog advising black women seeking to live abroad. I had to share her inspiring blog from Heart & Soul from Jan. 22, 2011.
If you are a black woman with an advanced degree, there’s a good chance you’ve never been married. New research from Yale University suggests that highly educated black women are twice as likely to have never been married by the age of 45 as white women with similar education.