How I Met My Husband, Ep73

Gedé & Luna Ray

In celebration of Valentine’s Day I decided today I’d share my story of how I met my husband! I have to say, I’m quite surprised how emotional I got at the end of the video! It really reminded me how much I love him!

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

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7 thoughts on “How I Met My Husband, Ep73

  1. Natasha thank you so much for this wonderful story of love and connection. It is the most perfect Valentines Day present ever! You are wise beyond your years, and it has been such a pleasure and inspiration to share in your life as it unfolds. You are pure, expressive, and honest in your communications. What a gift to us all. Happy Valentines Day darling! Congratulations on having the deep courage to take the road less traveled and to create an authentic life that lead to this wonderful, wonderful family. Enjoy!

  2. I don’t understand why you had to start going out again in the first place. I mean, if you were content with your health, etc. why did you have to go out just because you were receiving pressure from friends and family? The other thing is that your relationship is so new, it’s not like it can be used as some long-term example of happiness; you might get divorced in 5 years and then you’ll be making a video of how “my life is at a different stage, I need to be single again” etc. etc.

    1. Lindsey, I have to comment on your response-you seem way off track and missed the point of the video message.

      “I don’t understand why you had to start going out again in the first place. I mean, if you were content with your health, etc. why did you have to go out just because you were receiving pressure from friends and family?”

      You seem to have misunderstood what Natasha was saying.She didn’t start going out because of pressure from her family, she made that decision herself when SHE felt ready to do so after being on her own for so long. As she said ‘one year turned into many’. And if you listened, when she said there was pressure coming from those around her, she knew she needed to sort other things out before getting on to the dating/going out thing, so no she didn’t act on this becasue of pressure from others but waited when she felt ready.

      “The other thing is that your relationship is so new, it’s not like it can be used as some long-term example of happiness; you might get divorced in 5 years and then you’ll be making a video of how “my life is at a different stage, I need to be single again” etc. etc.”

      not like it can be used as some long-term example of happiness? Natasha didn’t say anything about using her story as an ‘example of long term happiness’. Read the title: ‘How I met My Husband’ A lovely personal share she has let us in on- don’t you think?

      In light of valentines day her video was lovely, I find it hard to comprehend that someone watching would be so pessimistic about it. Do you share with your people whats positive on your life in present moment or don’t you talk about it because in 5 years…?

  3. What a beautiful heartfelt story you have shared. I am so happy that you have found happiness 🙂 You are a beautiful person inside out.

  4. Natasha! What a genuinely touching beautiful story! I love the way you are so honest about your own personality, and at the same time, your courage to get out of your comfort zone! It is so moving and adorable the way you described what kind of person your husband is. Not many people these days observe the integrity, or the depth of compassion of a person and value that as dearly as you have. You are blessed! As Lee has commented above, “You are wise beyond your years” and it seems to come from your core so naturally. You are blessed to be so positive, optimistic, and for following your heart!

    May God Bless you even more!

    Wishing more Love, Joy, Health & Abundance for you & your love-nest!!!

  5. Natasha!!! What an awesome story. I\’d fallen out of touch with you and your website for at least 1-1/2 years, and now you are married and a mother!!! Congratulations! I\’m MUCH older than you and have been single for YEARS!!, but your story gives me hope of finding someone eventually. I mean, I love my independence * not having to \’cover\’ for someone, but I feel that I\’ve been ready for a relationship for a while lately. I\’ve now passed on motherhood, and that\’s ok, now, but it did take me a while to come to terms with that, as I did want to be a mother, naturally. I just wasn\’t compelled to do it on my own or adopt as a single parent.
    I may join you for one of your fasts, coming up, soon.
    Ciao & Congratulations again!!
    -Marguerite

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