Anonymous asked: why have you two decided to wait until marriage? & when are you getting married?
We decided this maybe about two weeks ago, I want to say, because we started living our lives closer to God and He warns us about premarital sex and the danger and immorality of it. Society is the saturated by-product of this where STDs are a norm, where losing it at prom night means you’re a late bloomer, and where if your biological parents are still together, consider yourself the only 10% of people in the world lucky enough to make that percentile. Since we’ve made this decision, God has been blessing us with less petty arguments, financial security, Austin’s been getting shows, jobs in production/mastering tracks, and acting, my health has been clearing up, and we’ve had an easy transition into ceasing using profanity, giving us more time to improve our vocabulary; for me because I just like extensive vocabulary, and Austin for his freestyling/rapping.
Anyway, since God has been blessing us, we believe that He’ll continue keeping us together as the power couple that other couples look up to and that other people use for a standard of a relationship they are looking for. Ask around, we are a perfect duo. He is my soulmate, my hero, my prince, my light, my warmth, my breakfast in the morning, my prayer at night, the song stuck in my head at work, and my nutrition. We aren’t oblivious like some people may claim, because we Do fight, we just don’t let anyone hear about it, nor do we let anyone in between us which is what is most important to do in a relationship: keep it sacred. The aura you make when you’re together is a sanctuary, your love is a convenant.
Don’t waste your time with someone you don’t see yourself marrying. And if you are planning on marrying that someone you’re with, but you two have issues, then resolve it. FACE your problems, don’t FACEBOOK your problems. I don’t care how much of a “ride-or-die” your “bestie for life” is. The fact of the matter is that no one cares about you and your significant other and your false alarms the way that you two will. So why not confide in each other rather than in these people who care solely about their opinions of your life. What happens in your relationship is all you need to care about, everything else? Every other opinion of the two of you spilling out of the cheap lips of third party perspective on-lookers is none of your business.
Just a piece of advice from the love life of Mony & Reverah.
Anyway, two days ago, Austin proposed to me