I met William, an Ecuadorian who immigrated to the United States 20 years ago. We are both converts to the church. We are both prior military. He served as a conscript in the Ecuadorian army and I served 13 years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He works for Microsoft and I work for the Department of State Foreign Service. We have four languages in common. He speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese and is studying Japanese. I speak English, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Arabic and Portuguese. We married Oct. 20, 2006 the week after he performed the ordinance of my baptism. We are hoping to make our life in Japan as my next assignment is the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo and we are working on a corporate transfer for him with Microsoft. Most importantly, he is dedicated member of the church with a powerful sense of the right priorities, grounded in the scripture. I have never been happier.
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