What attracted me to her well, you have never seen her obviously!!
I can only imagine!
For me I was not attracted to her because she was Polish more so I would say we got on with each other well and could have a laugh. To be fair if she was any other nationality it would not have made a difference to me.
As for parents all good there to they are really nice and welcoming everytime I have been over, yes the language barrier is a bit strange but nothing that can not be over come.
Thanks for sharing, Whyikit. Good luck with that. :)
It was just the fact that we met here, that's all. Her being Polish doesn't have too much to do with it.
Very well. I’d still like to hear more about all these commonalities and differences people keep mentioning without expanding on.
What sort of name –Scot or Pole- do you think you might give a child?
Its actually Daniel
Is Daniel a Polish name?
My wife loves it when I put my kilt on.
So, now we have a Pole wearing a dress! :)
Family gatherings leave me exhausted since I have to translate so much.
Very interesting.DING! DING! DING!
I think we have our winner!...
we will be celebrating 7 years marriage (me scots she polish) our son is red haired and milk bottled skin , the classic scots look :)
Excellent, Twojdupa! How about that tyke’s name? Scot or Pole?
married because she is polish no, because of who she is and what she is, … although where i was looking probably explains that more
Nice girl. Geography. Very well.
different mind set to any scottish girls i ever met
There it is! I know what you mean!
the mother used to watch me like a hawk to try and read every move i made but i must admit they are probably the nicest and most caring parents i have ever had the pleasure to meet, when i came 1st time i was left alone with the father and brother for short time as the father wanted to check me out, thank god for the dog who i stroked to hell and smiled like an idiot,,,,
Lol! Very good. Funny stuff.
a kilt is a kilt if the wearer is scottish if not it is a skirt
Thank you for clearing this up. Again, I meant no offence.
if your great great grandfather was scottish this does not make you scottish
I agree. I would never pretend to be something I am not. But we can still show reverence for our heritage.
Thank you very much for sharing your story here, Twojdupa. I love it. I wish you and your Polish wife and redhaired baby all the best.
Do they make infant kilts?