Jeff Moeller & Joy Moeller-Donnell arriving at the World Orphanage Foundation gala at Christopher Guy Showroom in West Hollywood
I would like to share a thought with everyone as it relates to every interracial couples across the world. It is mind blowing to see that barriers of racism is constantly being broken daily by way of couples and marriages. I love to see this barrier broken by people being led by their hearts and not by the opinion and statements of other that are confined mentally. Continue to reach for your heart’s desires because you have accomplished more than the most of us. All of you are beautifully and wonderfully made inside and out.
Anonymous said: Ok,I absolutely love you for making this blog. Let me explain. Well i'm a black girl, and where i live is not the most accepting place on earth. And me and this white guy were talking both agreeing we liked each other and such, but then I find out he can't date black girls. I was heartbroken. It really hurt to see this is still a problem. I mean really its 2014. But yeah back to loving you, I really do. You are amazing and also very attractive,but not here for that just here to say... thanks.
Do you ever just sit around and wait for something exciting to happen
Does Dov dislike our skin tone?!
Iman attended some of David’s concerts in the late 1980’s, but they were not properly introduced until October 1990 at a dinner held by their mutual hairdresser, Teddy Antolin.
Bowie fell in love instantly.
He was later quoted in an interview saying “I was naming the children the night we met … it was absolutely immediate.” But not so for Iman. “I did not want to get involved with a rock star. No way. It is not a sane thing to do, but David changed my mind. He wooed me.”
Not long after their first meeting, Iman had to travel to Paris. She arrived to a hotel room filled with her favorite flower (gardenias) and a card from David.
When she returned to Los Angeles, David was there waiting for her at the airport. Iman was sold. In an interview with NyMag Iman recalled, “His actions spoke louder [than words].… the doors open to the plane, and I come out and I see all these people taking a picture of somebody. And he was standing there, flowers in hand, no security. That was when I knew. He didn’t care if anyone saw.”