Dear Lucas,Four years ago today your father asked me to marry him and I said yes, making it the best decision I've ever made (after loving Jesus, of course). The past four years have been a time full of love, laughter, fun and growth. They've been the happiest years of my life.We've enjoyed many adventures … Continue reading It’s a Love Story
I leave for Sarasota tomorrow for Katie & Jesse's wedding. My brain is already on vacation mode though! The bridesmaids and I will be wearing beautiful gowns by Laundry: Shelli Segal. This weekend is going to be amazing! I am so excited to be a part of it. I have a sweet surprise for Katie that … Continue reading Here Comes the Bride (No, No, Not Me)
Everyone knows the Love is Patient, Love is Kind... section of 1 Corinthians 13 but keep reading past verse 7 and you will find another treasure piece of scripture [all scripture is treasure, but you know what I mean]. 8Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they … Continue reading On My Mind
Two years ago, Katie decided she was going to move to California for a change of scenery. Almost two years ago, fate put a little twist in her plan. A few days after quitting her job as a receptionist at a Chiropractic clinic in Sarasota, to get ready for her cross-country move, Katie ran into a patient … Continue reading The House that Love Built
Missed the Friday favorite because I wasn't by a computer. Last week's fav was Heathy Stuy's blog post "Circle". It's a poem she wrote and it's great. Not to mention, it was partially inspired by yours truly.
I fell asleep the other night watching the 1932 movie Reserved for Ladies. It is the story of about a girl and a boy who fall in, well, lust. The girl is actually Countess Ricarddi and she falls in love with a waiter named Max. There is one particular scene in the movie that got … Continue reading An Argument for the Ages