Warin and I met online and after a little chitchat we thought we would give online dating a try. Even after we found out that we were over 8500 miles apart in two different parts of the world, we still wanted to keep going. Maybe it was impractical, but we hit it off, and she was thinking about moving to the US more and more. At that time she was working on an English teaching degree at a Thailand university, and I was finishing up a college degree in medical lab work. Being an English teacher was one of the driving reasons that helped her decide that moving to the US was something she was prepared for and would definitely help her get over the initial language barrier when moving here.
Anyway, here we are married and waiting for her immigration approval, so she can move. If you can imagine the problems newlyweds can have, imagine a long distance relationship in two different countries. The time apart was difficult at times, but we weren’t going to give up that easily!
In order to get an idea about how we see each other, as well as what we expect our lives will be like being married; we decided to make a Q and A style post for our first anniversary!
We made due with a lot of setbacks being married during the barrage of pandemic restrictions lol. Not to mention the lengthy immigration process itself, now lets talk about this marriage of ours and reflect on the past year.
After that day, we talked almost every day, and I became more and more happy with you.
We have similar interests, and it is easier for us to connect quickly. In October last year, you proved that what we had planned worked very well, and I was really happy while I spent a great time with you in Thailand.
-Thais love spicy food and are great cooks.-
Well, those questions were fun! I can't wait until we actually get a chance to experience all these plans we're thinking about. But it's your turn Warin, Let's hear your questions! 😁
Would you believe me that a long-distance couple can do better than some couples who can see each other and live together. Love doesn't always depend on distance; it depends on how we picture our future.