In a recent blog post, Australian writer, writer and journalist, Marissa Williams, discussed her experience of being married to an Indian man who was not of Indian origin.
Williams’ marriage to her partner was an engagement ceremony and she was given the right to choose the ceremony of their marriage and she chose a ceremony that was a wedding candle celebration, which has been described as a traditional wedding ceremony.
Marissa Williams and her husband, Rahul, have two children together.
She writes about the significance of weddings and what they mean for a couple.
“It’s the moment that all marriages have to take, to be able to have this moment of acceptance,” Williams said.
“It’s a time when you start to open your heart to the love of another person.
It’s the very moment that you start accepting yourself as you are, not just as a human being but as a person.
You’ve been married for seven years, you’ve been together for 14 years, so you’ve had to go through this process of growing as a couple, to feel that you are in this togetherness and not just a single person.”
Williams’ husband, who was born in India and speaks a few English, is now a doctor and is looking for a partner.
She said the wedding was a big moment for both of them, and she said she’s proud of him.
“I’m really proud of my husband,” Williams wrote.
“He’s a very smart and talented man.
He’s very successful and he has a lot of money, but he’s a good man, very humble, and I think he is a great father.”
Williams and her partner, who has been a couple for a few years, said they feel that the wedding has been special and a special time for both.
“We have a beautiful ceremony, we had our first ceremony, and now we have two ceremonies.
We have this wonderful experience,” she said.”
This is a time of great celebration.
We are going to celebrate our life together, and we are going out with great celebrations.”