Dating an indian woman
But that was in India where most of everyone is Brown. If you heard them talk, you couldn’t tell David wasn’t their own son. Long distance dating was tough but not particularly horrible for us.I wasn’t sure how they would react to the news of my boyfriend being Black. Wasn’t there a big earthquake there recently that destroyed a lot of homes? Fast forward a year, I have now graduated and moved to Washington, D. After 2 years, when David graduated, he secured his dream job in the same company I was working for.Later that night when I came back home after the dance, my sister told me, ” He seems like a gentleman and I can see you’re happy with him.I like him.” Nothing extraordinary about what she said and I didn’t technically need her approval to date David.
You see, having been born and lived in India until only two years back at the time, I had never really interacted outside of a classroom with a Haitian-American—or anyone Black as a matter of fact.
I couldn’t be more happy for such an accepting family and extended family—a truly blessed situation.
My parents here, with David and me, for two months now, visiting for our wedding, and sometimes I feel like I may be the daughter-in-law while he’s their son.
Wow, such a truly amazing love story and open minded parents.
Thank you for sharing your story Roshni and congratulations on your upcoming wedding!
Some of them joked that we now have our very own Obama in the family.