Let’s all come together for a collective “aww shucks” because after two decades of wedded bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Jones seem to still be going strong. The examples of their shared values and similar goals are key for a relationship to thrive.
David Bowie and Iman | Mr. and Mrs. Jones
They met on October 1990 on a blind date set up by a mutual friend, Teddy Antolin, who was also their hairdresser.
Bowie fell in love with her at first sight:
“I was naming the children the night we met … it was absolutely immediate.” However, Iman was reluctant to a date a rock star. In an interview she shared, “I did not want to get involved with a rock star. No way. It is not a sane thing to do, but David changed my mind. He wooed me.”
“I remember once we went out to dinner and the laces on my trainers came undone, and David was down on his knees in the middle of the street, tying them for me. I thought to myself, ‘This one’s a keeper.’”
Continue reading “David Bowie & Iman: Is This Love Or What?”
My Last Day Without You is probably the cutest indie movie since Love Jones and Medicine For Melancholy – with a twist!
I have three words for you: GO SEE IT!! It’s playing at AMC Theaters in Atlanta, Seattle, DC, Chicago & NOLA.
Continue reading “Got Any Special Weekend Plans? Go See “My Last Day Without You”!”
One of my readers sent me a link to an interview at Radar Online with an African-American Royal back in January. I posted it to the blog’s Twitter and Facebook accounts but realize it should be bumped to post level for those of you who missed it. Baroness Monica von Neumann resides in Los Angeles after the death of her husband, Baron John von Neumann. I’ve excerpted a portion of the interview but you should read it in its entirety at their site. She’s positioning her company as a lifestyle brand for luxury goods. Continue reading “I’m Certain We Have Many More Titled Black Women Like Baroness Monica von Neumann Living Quietly Among Us”
I was featured in an interview on interracial and international dating in Norway’s largest newspaper, Aftenposten. Overall, it was a good article. I would have liked a more intensive interview (a series would be nice!) but it is what it is. A good message that featured attractive, intelligent black women who are willing to or have already reached out to the global village to seek quality men for mates.
We can’t just sit around talking about what we need to do. We have to get out there and do it!
Continue reading “Evaluating Men For Alliances & Marriage Series #3: You Have To Be In It To Win It!”