Our life together has been full of moments. Some beautiful. Some chaotic. Some painful. Some pleasant. Some messy. But the sum total of moments being married to you, 5, 781, 600 to be exact, all add up to the most amazing eleven years of growing, learning, and falling more and more in love with you every minute of every hour of every day. Here's to the another 5.7 million+ moments together and millions more. Happy anniversary, my love ❤️ Swipe 👉🏻 for a look back at our wedding day.
2020 has me feeling like everything has been turned upside down. 🙃 Anyone else?! 🤚🏻🤚🏼🤚🏽🤚🏾🤚🏿
Happy Pride Day! ♥️🧡💛💚💙💜 At Alisha Faith Photography, I believe that love is love and that all love stories deserve to be told! Celebrating ALLL the love today, and everyday, with my LGBTQ+ couples! 😘
Happy Father's Day to this guy right here. We love you, Rossell, and I am sooo thankful to do this parenting thing with you. Thank you for raising our little people to be kind, compassionate, fun-loving, and adventurous, with a side of wit and sarcasm. Youre the best daddy and our kids are so lucky to have you. 😘
You cannot be anti-racist. Anti-racism is a verb, not a noun or an identity. You must practice anti-racism as a life-long commitment. It is not an identity or an achievement... Just an ongoing process of growth & progress. - Monique Melton @moemotivate
Did you know that we just celebrated Loving Day on June 12th?! Do you know what that is? I'm gonna tell ya. It's not just some sweet, romantic unofficial holiday. No, it's much deeper than that. June 12, 1967, fifty-three years ago on Friday, the Supreme Court struck down 16 state bans on interracial marriage, paving the way for black and white couples to get married in the aftermath of the vicious Jim Crow era. Under our Constitution, the freedom to marry, or not marry, a person of another race resides with the individual, and cannot be infringed by the state,” Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote. June 12 is now known as Loving Day — which is a play on the last name of the plaintiffs in the landmark case — and has become a celebration of a decision that would forever change matrimony in America. 🖤🤍
This incredible lady right here is Emily-Melissa. She's a phenomenal photographer over at @em.tog (follow her, work with her, hire her!), an amazing mother to a beautiful little boy, and one of the finest ladies I've ever seen! (I joked about leaving my husband for her!) Emily has walked through a lot in this life, but yet remains one of the most beautiful souls I've had the pleasure of getting to know. To know her is to love her. Take a little time to get to know her and her work. Follow along with her photography page. If you're in the Chicago area, hire her to take your photos. I promise... You will NOT be disappointed! Love and miss you, Emily-Melissa. ♥️