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Mr. and Mrs. Hill (23 years)
Curtis and Teresa Hill
met in college. Of course he asked her out and she said "no". So what
did he do? He continued to ask her out. As luck would have it, Teresa relocated
and they went their separate ways. Almost 2 years later, Curtis and Teresa would
reconnect at a LL Cool J concert. The reconnect turned into a connection. They
joined in holy matrimony on December 1, 1990 and they have been living happily
What things did you
see in each other that made you want to marry him/her?
Curtis: She was easily
the most attractive female I had ever seen in my life, I've always strived to
have the very best and she was the very best hands down! I knew after we spent time dating that she was
the one for me and it went way beyond the physical.
Teresa: He was persistent; he was real nice,
smart, and a dark complexion to match! Once we started going out, I knew I loved him. ♥I fell in love with him early on in our relationship and I never wavered. He
had my heart because he understood me like no one else ever did.
Teresa, what do you
love about Curtis?He loves me,
with all my flaws, issues, and problems. I know he loves me for me, for who I
am as a person, beyond being his wife.
Curtis, what do you
love about Teresa? She's the most beautiful person I know, inside and out, the
most compassionate and caring person I've ever encountered.
How do you keep the
Curtis: I know what she needs and I work to
provide it. Romance starts several hours before and after intimacy.Physical is not always romance for her, I
have to invest more in emotional romance to keep it going.
Teresa: I know for him it's more
physical.Romance for him can be as
simple as a nice meal, drinks and attention.I know his body rhythm and I move in harmony with him, he loves that.
What is your favorite
part of marriage? What makes it your favorite part? The companionship.We are the best of friends and we share
everything, this has helped us weather many storms. We know we depend on having
each other more than anyone else in our lives.
What is the most important
aspect in a marriage to make it successful?The
ability to love unconditionally.No
one's perfect, but there is someone perfect for you, but you have to accept
them with their flaws, issues and quirks, cause we all have them.
comes times when 'life' gets in the way and stress pokes its ugly head in...How
do you get through the tough times?You love and
lean on one another even more.You cash
in on your emotional reserves; you find comfort in each other and within your union.Everyone needs someone to get through life's
trials, but sometimes folks see past the ones who are there with them.
New couples need to
understand that there will be times of disagreement and it is very important in
knowing how to react. With that in mind, how do you handle disagreement and
problems?You have to know when to compromise,
or even when to acknowledge that you're not right on this issue.Swallowing your pride can be hard sometimes,
but if you placed the union above the individual you learn to do it, you know
it's for the greater good.
Teresa, what is the
most important thing for a wife to know?When
to trust him, when to bite your tongue, understand his struggle, and realizing
that just because he's silent doesn't mean he's troubled.
Curtis, what is the
best advice you can give to other husbands? Learn to listen attentively.Learn to read beyond logic. Be there for her
regardless of what you think is the best answer, even if it's not her answer,
just accept it and support her.Don't be emotionally distant, she wants to hear and listen to you, she
can handle it, open up to her.
Any words of wisdom
for the newly engaged couples that will be reading your story? People are not
perfect, if you love him/her and it's reciprocated, you have something worth
fighting for, hanging on to and rejoicing in.A union is truly that, it's a united responsibility.No single individual can sustain a couple,
it's a shared effort.When both have a
vested interest in the continued growth, maturity and security of the union it
will prosper and bear fruit and ultimately reward you both with a lifelong
May these vows and this marriage be
blessed. May it be sweet milk, this marriage, like wine and halvah. May this marriage offer fruit and shade like the date palm. May this marriage be full of laughter, our every day a day in paradise. May this marriage be a sign of compassion, a seal of happiness here and hereafter. May this marriage have a fair face and a good name, an omen as welcome as the moon in a clear blue sky. I am out of words to describe how spirit mingles in this marriage. – Jalalud’din Rumi Maryam and
Matt were married on August 9, 2019 at The Olana Mansion. This Persian-American
wedding was filled with love, gorgeous flowers, and the most exquisite Sofreh I've
Ashton and Kenyetta were married on September 29, 2018 amongst family and friends. My favorite part of the ceremony was when Ashton and Kenyetta said their vows to their children, sweetly professing their unconditional love to them. The love was definitely felt throughout the church. The Bride chose rose and gold for her reception colors and they turned out beautifully.
Dream Team: Photography: JHoward Photos| Event Planning: Kiss and Tell Weddings | Venue: Ardmore Convention Center| Location: Ardmore, Oklahoma | Food: Family of Bride | DJ: Marchello "DJ Lo" Anderson |Hair: Hair by J | Makeup: Taylor| Bartender: Wendy Douglas| Invitations: Texoma Creations|
on your engagement!! Now regain your composure and call your parents. Tell them
the good news first. Then send a mass text to all of your family and friends!!
The 'proper' way would be to hold an engagement party and formally announce your
engagement, but let's face it...technology has changed all of the rules! So
here's an idea....tell your friends and THEN have an engagement party and
'formally' announce your engagement!!
I highly recommend hiring a wedding planner (hint...hint) to help you with the logistics (date,
location, theme, budget, style, etc.) of your wedding.
As your Bridal consultant I will guide you through every minor and major
detail of your wedding day. Once you, your fiancé, and I have discussed the
logistics of your wedding, both of you can sit back and relax knowing
that your wedding day will be in the hands of a professional. On the day of your wedding, I will get you and your future spou…