My Road to “I Do”

  • I was naturally a high performer who excelled her way through school.
  • I am a pastor’s kid who grew up around the Church where it had been drilled into me that God was my eternal source.
  • We set a limit on when and how often we spoke to each other in a week.
  • Anytime we went out we ALWAYS had someone accompany us, like A L W A Y S.
  • As long as God hadn’t given the green light to move on to the next level (marriage) we treated each other just at the level we were; no using “my wife” or “my Husband” as pet names.




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