“Love we say is a beautiful thing when it’s with the right person”, this quotes perfectly describes the love life of celebrity blogger and founder and managing editor of Presspeep.com, Osarfo Anthony.
Osarfo decided to pen down a long essay today, December 28, 2018, on his Facebook wall to give the intricate details about how he met his lovely wife Janet Braun, some four years ago on the Mark Zuckerberg owned application.
Check out his full post below as copied by zionfelix.net:
“It all started 4 years ago. I came around with a Facebook friend request. You accepted. After, I said to myself, “one step of the plan is achieved.”
It was not just Facebook friendship I wanted. I wanted to propose love. I did, you turned me down. Was I offended? Not the least. Why?
Cos you did it with the tact of a sage, and the precision of an engineer. It was a swagalicious turn down. I admired it. I accepted my fate.
We maintained the friendship. We shared ideas. We became well-wishers to each other. The bond thickened with time. We even shared privileged information.
Little did we know, nature was silently brewing something for us. Four years on, here we are — husband and wife. Worth it. Very much so.
You bring so much joy into life, especially your smiles. You are kindness-personified. Your sense of maturity is endearing. Your aura, tooooooo positive and clean. It makes your association a glorious one.
But you are not perfect! You have weaknesses! I married you cos of those weaknesses I observed BEFORE marrying you. You know why? Cos I know I can turn those weaknesses into strengths till my dying day.
Marrying you is the best decision I have taken in my life — and so I state, “If your love, your true love, is all I will achieve till my dying day, may I die an unaccomplished man to others.”
To my love and friend, Atma Devi, BADU, JANET, BRAUN, hotti B…aD G..iR…L — I say, Happy Appearance Day. Enjoy your day without me. Lol.
I wish you goodness on behalf of The Mahanta, The Spiritual Master, The Guru — His Holiness Bhakti Thirta Swami. Dandavat pranams to him
Folks, we married with you. Do wish my wife something. Love divine. Namaste.”