Wendy Raquel Robinson Husband | USsPost.com
February 24, 2010 by Post Team
Wendy Raquel Robinson Husband | USsPost.com:In 2000, Wendy met her husband Marco Perkins after hosting an NBA playoff party at her home. Wendy says she didn’t notice him right away, but during the party she observed him closely. “He not only had an opinion, but a swagger. I felt
like we could dine at the White House or hang in the ‘hood.” The couple tied the knot aboard a yacht in front of close family members and friends in 2003. However, the couple had no idea just how much their first year of marriage would be tested. After an evening out, they returned home to find an electrical fire had struck three homes on their block, including theirs, leaving them homeless and with the only clothes on their backs–literally. Sadly, the blaze also claimed Wendy’s dog, Ginger. Looking back now, she says, ‘I wondered sometimes how we’d get through it. But God has blessed us. During that time, I saw what my husband was made of.” Family also helped weather the storm. “My mother told us to come home,” she shares. “I had to wear one of my sister’s clothes and shoes.” Returning to her vacant childhood house was tough. So was losing treasured family heirlooms. “I understand how the victims of Hurricane Katrina felt. Dealing with insurance companies was crazy. But going through it strengthened out marriage. Everything was stripped away and all we had was each other….I feel like I’ve been reborn. God has gotten us through a lot. There’s a gratitude journal scrolling through my head right now, and it’s full of so many blessings.”
Fast forward a couple of years and you’ll find the couple living happily in their brand new, custom-built-from-the-ground-up two-story home. They have also added two new dogs to the family. Of her new found blessings, Wendy says, ‘God gives you double for your trouble.’ Aside from continuing her role as the ‘hottest mama’ on television as ‘Tasha Mack’ on The CW’s The Game, Wendy spends her off time by running the Amazing Grace Conservatory (a theatre arts school she founded in 1995); being a loving wife; and playing auntie to her nieces and nephews.
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