People say “hate what God gives”, until now, Ms. Nu (SN 1991, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan) still finds that statement true because she used to hate her husband David Raymor (SN 1980, USA) and had a bad impression of him. However, the man she saw “both old and ugly” the first time she met became her husband, the father of her current child.
The first impression of her husband “both old and dirty”
Ms. Nu said, love story of her husband and wife must be due to fate. On a beautiful day in 2016, Mr. David was at work, when suddenly his cousin invited him to travel to Asia. Because he loves Vietnamese pho, he eats pho in the US every day, so he accepted an invitation to travel to Vietnam.
In March 2016, Mr. David flew to Vietnam to Saigon and then took a bus to Mui Ne. And I don’t understand why it was so bad luck that the bus stop he stopped right at the resort that Ms. Nu did. At that time, she worked as a receptionist here.
The first time I met Nu, I did not have much sympathy for him because she found him both old and ugly. Not only that, she also hated it because he asked her, “Why are you playing on Facebook while working?” when I see her attentively playing.
“I really hate it, so I made friends on Facebook to tease him and then I actively invited him to eat pho, visit places in Mui Ne, sand dunes, fishing villages. He stayed at his resort to work for 2 nights, then went to Nha Trang – Hoi An with his cousin. His vacation was only 7 days, so after meeting me he decided to return to Mui Ne after 2 days in Nha Trang – Hoi An. The feeling I met him at that time was like I knew him from a previous life or something. My English is not very good, but when you speak, I understand most of it.” Sister shared.
At the end of a 7-day vacation, David returned to the US in April 2016. And then listening to the call of love, 6 months later he decided to leave everything in the US and go to Vietnam to live with her.
Get married because the ward police asked
After coming to Vietnam, David studied a Tesol course in Ho Chi Minh City. HCM. Yesterday, District 1 played, he was robbed and lost his phone, money, visa bank card, etc. fortunately still had his passport. After finishing school, he went to teach English. Life went on smoothly and they got married in October 2017. Speaking of which, Ms. Nu said, brothers and sisters get married in an unexpected situation.
“We did not propose and the marriage was done by the ward police. I rented a house to live in, but foreigners are not allowed to live in rented houses, so I had to register my marriage.”Ms. Nu laughed and shared.
After getting married, they suddenly received the good news that pregnancy was not part of the plan. At that time, she was both happy and worried because she had just drank beer to celebrate the return of Vietnamese Teachers’ Day while she was 4-5 weeks pregnant.
It is known that 18 weeks pregnant, the couple returned to the US to visit family and were stuck due to COVID-19. In March 2020, Vietnam closed the shop, so she and her husband could not return to the country. During her pregnancy, she was very stressed because the epidemic was complicated, and she did not like the taste of food in the US. She craved Vietnamese food and had to endure it. Not to mention in the US they don’t have an ultrasound, so I don’t know what the baby’s face looks like. It was not until 37 weeks pregnant that she had an ultrasound to see her baby for the first time.
In July 2020, her small nest welcomed her first baby. After 19 hours of labor pain, she was actively operated by the doctor. Because of the epidemic, only her husband took care of her and 2 days later she was able to go home to take care of herself from bathing, cleaning and cooking without abstaining. Even after a few hours of surgery, she was able to eat a large glass of ice.
After giving birth, because of 3 injections of spinal anesthesia, she had swelling in her limbs. She suffers from back pain, numbness in her limbs and body aches in winter. Fortunately, when the baby was 6 months old, in January 2021, she and her husband flew back to Vietnam. However, there was F0 on the flight, so her whole family faced many fears. Fortunately, after 3 tests for COVID-19 and 14-day isolation, her whole family was safe when receiving negative results.
When asked about the wedding, Ms. Nu said that it is not important for her and her husband to get married, but it is important to have two souls in harmony, understand each other, and be very happy. The couple planned to hold a small party after giving birth, but because of the epidemic situation, everything was canceled. Therefore, the couple spends all their time working and traveling.
Sharing about life after marriage, Ms. Nu further confided that her family had conflicts over eating when her husband could not eat rice every day. In particular, her husband does not like to eat small fish, fish with bones or chopped chicken. He only eats filler fish. Therefore, she does not cook at home, but the couple often order food from Western restaurants. Currently, her husband cooks whatever he likes to eat, such as potatoes or Western food, and she only cooks Vietnamese food.
For 6 years together, she and her husband always sit down and talk whenever there is a misunderstanding without choosing to raise their voices to fight. In particular, she always listens and admits when she’s wrong, as well as apologizing and forgiving each other.
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