It took some time for my head that was saying, 'this can never work — we don't even live in the same country,' to catch up with my heart that knew he was the one for me. Although, I was worried that other people would think it was too fast, especially because we were dating long distance — but ultimately, it doesn't matter what other people think.When you know, you know." Two years: "A lot of timing fell to my fiance once we decided we were going to get married.The thing that factored most was waiting for my head to catch up with my heart.
I think it happened at the right time, though we would've loved to have been able to move in together right away instead of waiting a few months to buy a house together.
This was both of our second marriages, so we knew what we wanted and did not want in a partner, no need to wait years.
We are both in our 30s, and I think once you reach a certain age, you know what you want and you know what you need and when you find it, you hold on tight." Nine months: "I remember thinking at three months that I would totally marry him right now.
But then we got to know each other even more, we got into some necessary arguments, and our love grew even stronger.
If I were able to go back, I would not change the time frame.
The three-year time span gave us enough experience with one another to really learn each other's life dances.
Here's a quick review: First, look at the purpose that God has for your life (generally to "bring glory to God and enjoy Him forever"; more specifically how you see that playing out in your ministry and circumstances).
What do you think your ministry will be, or what is it now as the Lord has placed you?
Once we both graduated from college and got started in our careers, my husband proposed.