If she was anything like me, that idea is probably foreign, radical, confusing, interesting, and inspiring to her. Her dad is a bishop Oh, I should clarify we're both in our late 20s and living independently from parents. The man presides over everything. It would be ludicrous to think otherwise. And you seem like a good person. Someone already said it, but unless you are planning on converting, this is a dead end relationship. But is it the path that will make you the happiest. Through this, if you run into unforeseen issues like sold out movies or you cannot get a seat at a restaurant, you will always have a backup plan.
You're walking into a den of crazy, tbm bishop's daughter, I hate to say it but you should really be contemplative about what you're stepping into. She's most likely secretly playing out fantasies of converting you, marrying you in a Mormon temple, and having a very Mormon life, OP. Interfaith marriage is but one variety of the learning experience. It was actually causing more of a rift than bringing us together. I love my former Mormon friends and family, but a relationship requires devotion and trust and understanding. This always seemed terribly wrong to me.
Because people who have problems with interfaith families must needs shortly become a thing of the past. I hated it so much, in fact, that I ran off to China. I would NOT want my daughter or son to marry a doctor. Sooo, I guess my question is Did I dodge a bullet or do new residents go crazy, but eventually come back to their senses. We always went every Sunday, had family prayer and scripture reading, etc. Masculine attributes attract healthy, beautiful women, no matter where they come from. I married someone that wasn't of my faith and it worked great. And if he meets it's after calling him for the several time. I'm busier than many people my age, but not as much as he is. One small thing to add here.