“With my wife, I’m always letting her know what the deal is. ‘It’s you. Ain’t nobody else. It’s you.’ And I think, conversely, that’s what a woman needs to do for a man.”
The couple has two children and has no signs of slowing down in the love department.
But what some people see in others outside of their marriage, Morris sees it as a distraction from his true blessing.
“I have been with my wife for a number of years now and the number one thing that keeps us strong is a mutual respect; that is first and foremost.
I would like to think of myself as pretty perceptive because when I am in different types of situations, I am always watching and listening more than I am talking.
And when I met my wife, there were a lot of qualities I was paying attention to.
I knew that she would be a great mother just for how she cared for her nephew and her family.
She respected her mother and she respected her family and those were some of the initial qualities that I saw that I thought would make her a great partner.”
As Pam turns 50 next year, she and other women her age need to continue to stay on top of their health by getting certain tests done like:
- Total cholesterol
- HDL or high-density lipoprotein
- Blood pressure
- Blood sugar
- Hormone levels to prevent fibroids
- Body Mass Index
- Skin Cancer screening
- Hearing tests
Chestnut continues to play such iconic characters as Ricky in Boyz N the Hood, Lance in The Best Man and even Dr. Rosewood on the FOX-TV show, Rosewood.
In the show, gave a new voice to Black Doctors by playing a brilliant physician with a noticeable heart scar to mimic a major near heart failure surgery. His line in the series resonated with viewers everywhere: “a scar shows that you were hurt, but you were strong enough to heal.”