ESPN's Mina Kimes And Husband Are Relationship Goals! Their Wedding Glimpses Prove It
Pictures speak more than a thousand words. Well, it seems such because the things people fail to express via words are often made loud and clear by the moments captured within a frame.
The relationship between ESPN's senior writer Mina Kimes and her husband can be termed relationship goals, as made evident by their wedding glimpse, stacked up in the pictures they share.
Do not think so? Come, let us help you understand the same.
ESPN's Mina Kimes' Picture Perfect Married Life:
Like we mentioned above, a picture speaks a thousand words about the content it carries. Now, if one picture defines the depth of it in thousand words, imagine how much impact will several photos make? You'll shortly witness it yourselves, as we stroll down the wedding photos of Mina Kimes and her writer husband, Nick Sylvester.
Mina and Nick have been married to one another since they tied the knot in 2015. They have been very selective about expressing their relationship facts and the details about how they put up to one another. But, whenever they flaunt their love on social media sites, it just makes everyone 'awestruck' knowing that they enjoy such a gratifying married life with one another.
Also, the duo has been socially interactive with one another,
However, if you think this is all we have got to show you; we have not even started! We are yet to get where we want to take you to, and that is having a look at their wedding photos. It indeed is the main attraction of this segment!
Mina did take some time for sharing the joy of her getting married to the man of her dreams. But, when she finally did, she could not stop but flaunt her happiness on social media.
Now, that is utterly adorable for the eyes to witness!
Story Behind Mina Kimes' Tattoo:
Did you know, Mina has a tattoo on her right inner bicep where "XLVIII" is inked? Well, Mina's tattoo is the one which she dedicated to a Seahawk victory in the Superbowl series!
Speaking about her tattoo and how she got it back in 2014, Mina said,
My brother and I had agreed on a simple design: XLVIII, for the Super Bowl, on the inside of our right biceps. We were escorted into separate rooms. I asked my artist, Matthew, to print out a smaller template of the roman numerals for my tattoo. When he obliged, I asked him to go even smaller. Hands shaking, I stood up, walked outside and paced for a few minutes. Was I making a huge mistake? I managed to calm myself, then returned and let him work.
Mina further described how she felt getting the Tattoo inked on her body,
Days later, I was still thinking about that moment -- how I had panicked, as though suddenly aware that I was forever besmirching my body with a signifier for professional football. But that wasn't it. I was uneasy, I realized, because the tattoo seemed provisional -- a signifier of fidelity, but not faith. Compared to those willing to go out on a limb to profess their beliefs, I felt woefully inadequate. What if Jason Terry had it right all along?
Mina then concluded, gushing that her concern left her brother bemused,
When I mentioned these concerns to my brother, he was bemused. "So do you want to get XLIX?" he asked.
I mulled it over for the briefest of moments. Then I laughed.
Lucky 'Seahawks' to have such a beautiful fan!
Mina Kimes's Work and Career:
The 32-year-old Mina Kimes is a graduate of the Yale University. She is a Los-Angeles based journalist and is currently a senior writer at the ESPN The Magazine. She has also worked for various other firms like Fortune and Bloomberg. She specializes in the sports news and reports and is exceptionally good at her job.
In my view, Mina Kimes did an excellent job examining a topic that has become rather tortured over the past two years. It doesn’t gloss over problems nor overemphasize any of them, either, which puts her in the minority of people who have tried to tackle this topic.
For her outstanding devotion and passion for her work, she has managed to achieve various awards like Nellie Bly Cub Reporter Award (2008), Henry R. Luce Award(2010), Person to Watchlist(2012), Columbia Journalism Must-reads (2012), Outstanding Story(2013), Front Page Award (2013), National Headliner Award (2013) and Larry Birger Prize (2014).
She recently shared pictures of a basketball game she covered on her Instagram.
Here is one more.
Mina is very enthusiastic about her work and loves her career which is clearly reflected in the public.