All About Love – 6 Amazing Love Stories

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Do you enjoy reading real life love stories? If you do, then I am sure you are going to love this post. All About Love – 6 Amazing Love Stories

“What is meant to be will always find it’s way.”

Who doesn’t like a true love story? Love stories can be so inspiring and it makes everyone feel happy. Today I am excited to share with you 6 amazing love stories that are going to make you smile.

All About Love - 6 Amazing Love Stories

Recently I posted my 3rd Roundup Post Blog Series. And I requested for my fellow bloggers to share their views or unique love story. And today I am so excited to share 6 Amazing Love Stories by 6 wonderful women.


I manifested my soulmate almost 5 years ago. I was really clear about what I wanted. Like super duper clear on what he was like, what he was inspired by, how he would be in the relationship, how I would be in the relationship, what we would be like together. The energy that was around us and our relationship and what we would create together.

When I knew I was ready I sat down and meditated I released everything to the universe put it all out there then let go and was grateful for the universe bringing me my soulmate

Right away I received the message that I needed to move. So I took action I packed up all my stuff and moved across the country with no job or place to live. 

I wrote my dating profile in a super honest and open way. And I was proactive about looking through profiles and sending messages. Which was totally new for me, usually I just would wait for people to message me.  

As it turns out I was the one to send the first message. He replied and we met the following day. We have been together ever since that day. 

It was 2 weeks after I had made the move. Even crazier we figured out that the same time I received the message to move he had put out the intention to find his soulmate as well.


I met Nick in August of 2014. Nick was invited by my cousin (his coworker) to my aunt’s annual picnic for family and friends. It was pouring down raining that night and we absolutely hit it off huddled under a large food tent surrounded by friends. Unfortunately, the fireworks show that occurs each year at the picnic was delayed due to the rain.

We talked on and off over the next few weeks until the rain date for the fireworks occurred. This is when the story really starts. Later that night, after the fireworks, Nick said that he wanted to go out and light some Chinese lanterns. EVERYONE wanted to go out and light these Chinese lanterns with him. Every time the group went back in, he said he wanted to go do one more…each time, until I was the last one to go out with him. We lit the lantern and then shared our first kiss.

After that, we each drove three and a half hours to see one another as he lived in Ohio and I lived in Pennsylvania. A few trips back and forth later, I was in Columbus visiting and he decided to take me to a beautiful restaurant, The Boat House. We shared an absolutely amazing dinner and Nick officially asked Tiffany to be his girlfriend.

We continued to date long distance until May of 2016. Then I made the move out to Columbus and started a new job out here. In 2017, we decided that we wanted to go on an exciting vacation to France and Switzerland. We planned this vacation for over a year and in August of 2018 we flew off to Europe.

Nick also brought something else: a ring. He had been planning to propose in the most magnificent way and was planning to do so in a specific spot on the trip. One week into the trip, Nick took me up to the Schilthorn – Piz Gloria mountain. It was the most incredible place that I had ever seen. I wrote about this day and how phenomenal it was here: Proposal in the Swiss Alps.

We are now planning our wedding for later this summer and are so excited to start our journey as a married couple!


They say teen love never lasts, but we beat the odds! We have been together for 15-years and married for 9 years this October, after meeting in Junior year of high school. Through unemployment and debt to buying a home and having kids – one with a major medical diagnosis – we truly still empower each other and keep our love thriving! Read a little more about our history and our 3 major tips to having a long lasting relationship in The Odds Are Always Against Us


A little background to the Indian culture, so that you get to see how special our love story is! LOL!!

I come from a very orthodox vegetarian Marwari family, while my husband comes from a hardcore non-vegetarian Assamese family. The food preferences aren’t the only differences our family had. Indians, in general, don’t like their kids marrying out of their own community. They had lots of reservations that he would leave me and this marriage wouldn’t be successful. 

Anyways, our path crossed – and it took a total of 7 years to convince my family. I met my to be husband in 2004, and after a long courtship of 7 years, we got married in 2011. He was training at a military academy and I was studying in the same city.

He got posted out and we had a long distance relationship. I finished business school and began working for a major IT company, while still trying to convince my parents. After a lot of back and forth, I finally told my parents that I was moving out of the country for a work opportunity for a year. If they wanted me to “settle down” they had to agree to my choice or else, they would have to wait another couple of years.

Since I was already reaching the “ripe old” age of 25 and it was high time I got married – they agreed! Today, we are happily married for 8 years with a beautiful baby boy! Now, they consider my husband more intelligent than me, and love that he is such a thoughtful and kind son-in-law. 


Ansh and I first met when I was visiting a few friends in London. It was a short and fleeting meeting and neither of us thought over it much. A few months later, I went to London for my undergraduate and coincidentally moved into the same building as him. He was really sweet about helping me settle in – from moving my stuff to getting a good phone contract. Over the next few months, we spent a lot of time together – from studying for midterms to cooking dinner together and very quickly went from friends to best friends.  

I’d call him for the smallest things- when I needed help with carrying groceries or just to tell him I did well on an assignment or to crib about how I had to do laundry… he’d become family, and I didn’t even know it. By now, even our friends had started teasing us but it wasn’t until I was away for a weekend that we realized our feelings for each other.

I realized how much I missed him. I couldn’t wait to tell him about my trip and my feelings. When I landed, he was outside the airport waiting for me!

After 2 years of college romance and another 2 of long distance through various time zones and numerous cities, he proposed. We were on holiday with our friends in Mykonos, when he proposed over a candle-light dinner in the middle of the ocean! He’d thought of every detail – favorite flowers, soft music, photographer, a heart-melting speech and most of all, our friends and family were all in on it!

But it wasn’t always easy. We had our fair share of hurdles. Anyone who has been in a long distance relationship can tell you it’s hard work. There were bad days, ugly days and days when we even considered ending it. But with time, we realized that even a bad day spent together was better than a good day apart. I also had to leave my home, family, friends, work, and country, basically my life and move from a big city (Mumbai) to a smaller town (Antwerp). The thought of such a big change was terrifying but his constant support has made this feel like the best decision of my life.

Ansh and I are two very different people but I think that what makes us work. His composed nature keeps me grounded and humble and my drive makes him more sociable and motivated. While we have different views and opinions, our values and virtues are the same – and that’s what I love about us. It makes us grow as individuals and evolve as a couple.

It’s now been over 2 years of married life and I can’t tell you how happy he makes me today and every day! We still have good days and bad days, but irrespective of which, we experience both the same way- together!

Eileen Layno

The cliche “opposites attract” is definitely true. When complete opposites get into a relationship, everyday turns out to be a fun day. There are so many things to talk about, so many things to learn from each other. They are just like fish and chips, cookies and milk, burgers and fries, and karekare and bagoong. One without the other is just not the same.

My hubby and I are just that. We are opposites. Want to know the 15 differences between us? Read The Relationship of Opposites: Our Top 15 Differences

6 Amazing Love Stories

What’s your view of the 6 Amazing Love Stories? Which one was your favourite? Does any of this love story remind you of your own love story? If you were a story writer or novelist, which one of this would you choose to be your storyline?

I hope you enjoyed reading all of the 6 Amazing Love Stories that I managed to compile for my Roundup Post Blog Series 3. Please do me a favour and spend some time to visit their blogs. They each have so many amazing posts shared on their blogs too.

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  1. Ann F. Snook-Moreau says:

    I can relate to being in a long-distance relationship. When my hubby and I first got together, we lived in different cities for a year while I finished grad school. It was tough to start a relationship that way but we got through it!

    1. karenmonica says:

      All the best to you and your hubby, Ann πŸ™‚

  2. I love little vignettes like this! It’s so cool to read other people’s stories and how couples got together.

    1. karenmonica says:

      I agree with you, Liz πŸ™‚

  3. I absolutely “LOVE” all of these love stories!! Thank you so much for including mine and sharing all of these other fantastic stories!!

    1. karenmonica says:

      You are welcome Tiffany and hope you will participate in future roundup post series too πŸ™‚

  4. I am a wedding photographer and I love to hear love stories! Thank you so much for sharing these!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Hope you enjoyed reading all these stories πŸ™‚

  5. These stories are so sweet. Quite a few resonate with me – the long-distance, the opposite life experience / personality and meeting young and making it last are all ways I would describe my husband and my love story as well. Yay for love!

    1. karenmonica says:

      I am sure you have a sweet love story too πŸ™‚

  6. These are all such wonderful love stories! The one closest to mine is Himdari’s because I met my husband in college, and we started as friends, then best friends. When we met, he was engaged to another woman and I was dating another guy. Both of those relationships ended within 24 hours of each other, and we started dating a few months later. Now we have been married almost 7 years, moved to a different state, and have two crazy boys together!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Wow, you have an amazing love story too. I always think it is wonderful when love starts as best friends πŸ™‚

  7. I love how each story is unique. My husband and I have kind of a weird story, but I love it because it’s all ours.

    1. karenmonica says:

      You are lucky. It is always wonderful to hear that everyone has a unique love story of their own πŸ™‚

      1. It really is! We’re coming up on 5 years in May and it’s hard to believe I ever got to be this lucky!

        1. karenmonica says:

          Wow, that’s exciting. I wish you many many more happy years together.

  8. Marjie Mare says:

    I always love to read about love stories and I enjoy reading your post. Thanks for sharing and bring a smile to my face.

    1. karenmonica says:

      You are welcome Marjie πŸ™‚

  9. What amazing stories. I am single and have no one but I looooooooooooove to read about other’s love stories. it is so romantic!

    1. karenmonica says:

      I am in the same boat. Single but love reading love stories. Its like some kind of an inspiration πŸ™‚

  10. Kristen says:

    I loved reading these stories. They’re all so unique and sweet. I truly believe in everything happens for a reason. I love that everyone who was meant to be together found their way to each other.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thank you for reading, Kristen πŸ™‚

  11. Great post, very different perspectives on what falling in love is about. Anjana’s story about having a different background with cultural standards, plus handling a long distance relationship is one I could see myself writing if I were a story-writer or novelist. Her experience could help other long distance relationships feel more secure. Thank you for sharing!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Yes her story does make a great inspirational story πŸ™‚

  12. I LOVE reading about love! These stories are adorable and I can totally relate to having a long distance relationship-very hard but worth it!

    1. karenmonica says:

      I always find long distance relationship to be very inspiring πŸ™‚

  13. Every love story is unique! I like hearing about other love stories because that says a lot about the people.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Hope you enjoyed reading all the stories here πŸ™‚

  14. Reading stories like these really brighten up my day. My husband and I have our own little love story as well and it’s nice to see other positive relationships that have prevailed against the odds!

    1. karenmonica says:

      I am sure you have an amazing love story too πŸ™‚

  15. This is such am interesting story, cant believe i was so glued to my pc until the end. You are an awesome writer.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thank you Chima πŸ™‚

  16. Loving the love stories! I’m loving it! Very inspiring! Love comes in all forms and shapes, it takes a lot of energey and effort but it’s all worth it!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Yes love stories are always inspiring πŸ™‚

  17. Neely Moldovan says:

    I love a good love story! They really do feel like a hug!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Yeah, me too πŸ™‚

  18. Marjie Mare says:

    I can never get enough of a beautiful love story. I enjoy all 6 of them.

    1. karenmonica says:

      All the stories are amazing aren’t they πŸ™‚

  19. I can so relate to the long distance relationship and now married for 12 years. Such amazing stories of love.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Wow you are so lucky πŸ™‚

  20. I think Anjana is my favorite, families don’t always make it easy to follow your heart. I simply love, love stories. These were a treasure to read.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Unfortunately yes, at times family can also be the third person that ruins a relationship

  21. Christa says:

    What a wonderful, lovely, uplifting post! It’s so special to share in someone else’s story.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thank you Christa πŸ™‚

  22. Becca Wilson says:

    Love stories can definitely make things a lot lighter in life. I love to read all about them!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thanks for reading, Becca πŸ™‚

  23. Melanie williams says:

    Oh wow how lovely are all these stories. even better that they are all about love too – just fab xx

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thanks for reading Melanie πŸ™‚

  24. Love is IN the air! Loved these, reading other peoples love stories brings joy to my heart!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thank you Jessie πŸ™‚

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