Shehzaan, my groom!! There’s so much to say about Shehzaan that when I started writing about him, I told myself that if I don’t narrow it down to three best of his many many qualities then you guys would be here reading about him all night long. Lol! But let me start by telling you guys just how incredibly lucky I am to have found a man like him who, to me, is too good to be true.

Shehzaan is the most caring guy I have ever met. There’s a saying that I read somewhere that I think goes perfectly with Shehzaan: the best way to judge a man is by seeing how he treats his mother. In the last six plus years that we have been together, I have seen Shehzaan not only be there for me when I needed him but I have seen him take care of his mom, dad, and sister with so much love that I know I’m in good hands. Not only does he care for his family, but he also thinks about humanity at large and those thoughts of his are the most inspiring thing about him.

He is intelligent. His formal education was from Emory University where he finished his undergraduate degree as well as graduate studies in Business Marketing and Real Estate Finance. Even after he is done with his formal education, he never stops learning. He takes classes to further his education in different fields that will help him give back to the community. I learn something from him everyday, whether it is about being a smart shopper, politics, or even about being a good human being.

He is spiritual. Coming from a religious family myself, I never thought I would end up with someone who is religious, let alone someone as religious as Shehzaan. His faith in God is so strong that it literally guides his decisions every day helping him make sound and ethical choices. He never forgets to thank God for his success and never forgets to pray and have an even stronger faith during difficult times. He inspires me to be a better person and have just as strong faith in God as him.

I could go on and on but I think I will stop here and end with this quote that I always tell him: “when I count my blessings, I count you twice”