How old were you when you met your spouse?
My wife and I met in school at 9 years old. We were sweethearts from our teens and have been married for 20 years this year. How about you?
I met my husband when I was 18. I was working at a bank and the my supervisor introduced us - he was her son's best friend. We started dating and married almost 4 months later. Still married 42 years later. He's a keeper!
I met my husband when I was 15 and he was 24 at the birthday party of who would become my niece and nephew. I was their babysitter. Nothing came of this meeting - that's just when we met. He moved from TX to OR about six months later, or so, and became friends with my stepdad. Still, nothing happened, I barely even knew he existed. When Iw as 18 I wanted to go to the state fair, and my mom didn't want to take me, so she suggested I ask Kenny to take me.
... the rest is history. We've been married almost 15 years and have three children.
I met the teen who would grow to be my husband when I was 12 1/2 years old and he was15 1/2. His sister and I were close friends and I spent a lot of time at her house. I had the biggest crush him and of coarse I was a thorn in his side! I bugged him and bugged him until I got my way. Three years after we met and I had moved over seas to Malta and then returned again after nearly a year he finally noticed I was alive. We were inseparable for two years and then my family decided we were moving to Singapore and I had to leave him for 6 months. It was terrible. He asked me to marry him and I agreed so I left for Singapore an engaged 17 1/2 year. I missed him terribly. When I returned our relationship continued. It was however wrought with a few problems. As most teenage relationships have, but at the age of 23 my fiance and I walked down the isle! We have now been married 25 1/2 years and I adore him. We recently renewed our vows on our 25th Wedding Anniversary. I can't image living my life with anyone else or without him. Congratulations on your 20 years and many blessings for a life time of loving Wedding Anniversaries.
by Jemuel 5 years ago
Have you experienced a long distance relationship? What did you do to make it last?
by Renee S 6 years ago
How did you meet them and how long have you been married to your love?
by Thelma Raker Coffone 6 years ago
How long have you been married? It's been 41 years for us and people always say they don't know many people that have been married that long!
by Jenny Pugh 5 years ago
Are you a jealous spouse?I am a jealous wife (shame on me and not that I like it) and I know why. Are you?
by lovelife08 6 years ago
Assuming we're talking about a younger couple, what would you think of a person's decision to start dating again only one or two months after their spouse dies as a result of illness, car accident, etc?
by Elena 8 weeks ago
If a person has divorced 3 times, would you conclude that the person has an underlying problem?
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