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we are not officially in a relationship, still getting to know eachother etc.. do I stand a good chance of being in a relationship with him or even possible marriage Lol?
Louis — Taught English, keyboarding, literature, speech, and choir and coached cross country, baseball, football, and basketball for 6 years at Lutheran High School South in Houston. 1968-2014 –Currently managing commercial real-estate facilities –Member First Presbyterian Church Tulsa –Past board member of Habitat for Humanity Tulsa, and Goodland Children’s Home Hugo, Oklahoma –Elder and past Board of Deacons member at First Presbyterian –Served three terms as chair of Building and Ground Committee, one term as chair of Mission Committee, and three terms on Finance Committee at First Presbyterian –Construction coordinator on five First Presbyterian Habitat For Humanity homes –Missionary on nine mission trips to Central America and trip leader on two mission trips –Served on Board of Directors, Cedar Ridge Country Club –Served six years on Parent Teacher League at Immanuel –Served Immanuel Board of Trustee’s since November 2010— Veterinarian, private practice 2002 — American Veterinary Medical Association — Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, Executive Board — DVM, Oklahoma State University, College of Veterinarian Medicine — Member Immanuel Lutheran Church— Dermatologist, private practice since 2010 — American Board of Dermatology, Board Certified — M. I mean his parents is already a "interracial couple/marriage " dad being Italian, and mom being chaldean..I just don't think they'll want to see their son with a black girl..:/What do u think?? They are native to Iraq as there homeland was Mesopotamia. Both Iraqi Chaldeans and Iraqi Arabs are basically the same people but one group of Iraqis consider themselves "Chaldean" while other Iraqis consider themselves "Arabs" or "Kurds".Some scholars think that as Babylon developed, the Chaldeans came to be known as more of a social class of people, rather than a group originating from southern Babylon.A group of advisors to King Nebuchadnezzar were referred to as "the Chaldeans" (Daniel 3:8).