Dancing the Summer Night Away

My wife Jinju and I have been married to each other for three years. We are so in love with each other. Our relationship is somewhat weird to others. We both come from totally different backgrounds, but we still in love despite our differences. We both have different careers, countries of origin, and languages. One thing that we discovered was that we both loved salsa dancing and Spanish culture. I actually met my wife Jinju at a Spanish restaurant in Dempsey Hill. It was a nice restaurant with a dance floor for patrons. It was also where we had our first date. I wanted to do something special for my wife. I took her to that same restaurant to celebrate the anniversary of our union together.

My wife and I are totally different people. I am a black American from Georgia. My wife Jinju is from the country of South Korea. She moved to America while she was in college. She did not know English that well. She went to law school and is a successful lawyer. I am a successful television producer. Our differences may be obvious to the outside world, we still feel that we were made for each other.

The restaurant where I met Jinju is full of some of the best memories of my life. I can perfectly recall the first time I met Jinju. I remember that night like it happened yesterday. I was really shy about dancing because I was not very good at it. I liked salsa dancing, but never had real lessons. Jinju walked up to me. She was so nice and friendly. She looked so beautiful in her dress. She asked if I wanted to dance and I agreed. She took me by the hand and led me to the dance floor. She was as graceful as a swan. I could tell she had training. I knew from that one dance that I had to make this woman my wife.

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