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Whenever I complained about how different we were, my parents would just remind me that despite my efforts, people will always treat me like I don’t belong.”Her saying that clarified something for me.Despite our similarities, we didn’t have the same experience growing up.
“I just wanted to fit in, but my friends had a hard time understanding my parents, and our house didn’t look or smell like my friends’ homes.
Born and raised in America’s former Wild West (she in Texas, I in Colorado), we had read “Little House on the Prairie” and learned to square-dance in cowboy boots.
We’d both spent time on the football field — she in the marching band, I as a strong safety.
From discussing the five love languages during dinner to telling stories about our exes at Coit Tower, we didn’t even notice that we had traversed four San Francisco neighborhoods and logged 10,000 steps.
We had a lot in common, having experienced what some might describe as all-American upbringings.
One thing was clear, though: As I heard the click of the door opening — the door that would shut me out of her life — I realized I was mistaken about me having enough confidence for both of us. Many months later, after more dates, kisses and moments of vulnerability over stinky tofu, we decided to get married. 31, 2019, we will be tying the knot in my home state.