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It was great! I dated a black girl. She is still the love of my life... but she is terminally ill now.
Oh no what do you mean?
Her father and a couple of her sisters died young from a kidney disease which apparently she and some of her siblings inherited from her father. She is only in her late 30s. But her prognosis is poor and she is struggling. I don't think she has much longer to go. There is only so much medicine can do. She is the most amazing person I have ever met. Grew up to immigrant parents from Honduras who didn't have a dime, but did manage to have 13 kids. She lived in one of the poorest slums in the country and had to take cold showers because they couldn't pay the utility bills. She was surrounded by black people who told her she could never be successful in life because America is a racist country and blacks have no opportunity.She ignored them. She was the first one in her family history to graduate college. Went on the get a masters degree from a prestigious school. Went on to work her way up on Wall Street and made a high six figure salary.I can't even describe how proud that makes me and how much I admire her courage, strength and ability to rise above those who wanted to hold her back and drag her down. She is the most amazing person I ever met.By the way. She was a middle child in age. ALL of her younger siblings, having seen the example she set, went on to get college degrees.She is amazing. I will always love her even if God takes her away.
By the way she did all of that while raising a daughter with sickle cell anemia by herself who she got pregnant with at 15 years old.
Why is that