It’s Valentine’s Day!
Nothing is better than reading some romantic stories from around the world. Instead of Romeo and Juliet, we would like to share some beautiful love stories / love journeys that are published and shared on WordPress blogs.
These lovebirds keep all their romantic and sweetest moments virtually so they can have a throwback anytime, anywhere.
Keep reading and be reminded that love is real no matter where you are.
“In 2015, I got married to Amira and ever since she got married with me, she got bitten by travel bug too. We never looked back since then. From only Malaysia, she has been to 12 countries altogether as at 2019! Now, we are looking forward to more travel adventures with our daughter who was born in 2018.”
“Traveling is really one of the most amazing things that we’ve ever done together. The memories created will last a lifetime and these are moments that you will treasure forever. “
“We Charvi and Jaymine are Digital nomads, travel lover and an entrepreneur. We love to share our experiences to our readers through our this travel blog to make their trip more memorable and to inspire them to travel more and more.”
“Fast forward two years to the 10th of June 2019 in Paris, and surrounded by close friends, we got engaged in front of the Eiffel Tower. Wander In Two was born out of our mutual love for travel.”
“We later found out that we both share the same passion of traveling and that’s when we started planning for travels in the southern parts of England. From one led to another, we got into a serious relationship and finally in Summer 2017 on one of our trips exploring small towns in Cornwall, I pulled out a ring and proposed to her at a park overlooking the sandy beaches and …she said yes!”
“I’m sharing our ridiculous romance story today as running is now wrapped around every part of our life – it’s our deepest passion, the thing we do for fun, our professional aspirations, world travelling explorations, our greatest challenge, our family adventures together, deepest conversations over run dates and it’s our friends, family & community. Beginning in Amherst, Wisconsin, to Saint Cloud, Minnesota, to Ashland, Oregon, to Boulder, Colorado, and now all over the world, we have both shared 100-mile races, the ups and downs together but also with the wonderful runners that we have met along the way and we are so grateful to be living this life alongside such a beautiful community.”
With tears in my eyes and a smile on my face I could only remember to say this: “Emily, from the time I met you I dreamed of marrying you, but never actually thought God would let my dreams become a reality. I have saved these three words for you & you alone because I wanted its meaning to be saved for my future wife. Emily, I love you. Will you marry me?”
“If “soulmates” mean 2 souls having an unexplainable affinity for each other be it mentally, physically, emotionally, or spiritually, then that’s what Ken and I are to each other — soulmates, on all levels.”
“We talked deeply about everything in our lives. We took time to seek out what the Lord was doing in our lives, we shared our failures and our successes. We shared what was making us who we are. Through it all her and I grew stronger and became each other’s support. When she was down I became her strength, when I was down she became my strength, together we became a perfect team.”
“When you are compatible, love each other, and commit yourselves fully emotionally and spiritually, the bad times are few. Alex is my partner for life and I couldn’t imagine being with anyone else. He showed up when I least expected it, and gave me the exact spark I needed to ignite my belief in love again. For that, I’ll be forever grateful.”
”The idea went from “I think I could marry him,” to “I think I will marry him,” to “I can only imagine marrying him,” to “I know he is God’s choice for me.” That day, you got down on one knee. One knee on the unusually warm late-December ground, and you told me you’d love me forever and you asked me to be yours. I grabbed your face and whispered yes, a thousand times yes. Because I had waited for you forever.”
“The thing that got me “all melty” was after he was done, he asked me, “So, does it fit?” I looked at my hand, sized up the ring, and said yes. Then he said, “No, I mean, the last name…” Can it get any sweeter than that?!”
“One evening in December, we were walking up to the house he shared with “the guys” for a game night with friends, and he paused, said “Han, c’mere,” and grabbed me and kissed me. It was out of character for us to be so spontaneous, but it was darn romantic AND just plain felt right – like a scene out of a movie!”
“Although we are not perfect, we now look for ways to serve the other and to give of ourselves daily. We were forgiven and our hearts were healed. We have been blessed with a wonderful story – one full of redemption from sin and his undeserved grace.”
“When something great happens, you are the first person I want to tell so that we can celebrate together. Or when something not so great happens, you are still the first person I want to tell because I know you will be there to encourage me through it. I love doing things with you, even if it’s just hanging out in the house all day. We always have fun together and that’s such a great gift to have in a husband.”
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