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3 years!

easton, maryland

It’s been three years since Gregory and I said, “I do.”  The wedding and honeymoon all seem like a blur now.  It all went so very fast.  One thing I do remember was how exciting it all was.  It didn’t hit me, the magnitude of it all, until I began to walk down the aisle with my dad.  Up until then, I was just planning an extravagant event — an event that would forever change my life.  For the very good of me.

I really don’t know how I landed a husband such as him.  Alot of days I feel like I don’t deserve him.  I’m not saying he’s perfect — he’s not.  But I am saying he is a special human being.  He’s a kid at heart — but a wise one.  He is so patient with me — even though I make the same mistakes over and over and over again.  He tells me everyday that he loves me — and I can see in his eyes that he really means it.  He is an amazing daddy who loves his baby — his little girl knows it, you can see it in her eyes that she knows she’s loved.  He has a heart that yearns for more of Jesus — and that is so captivating, especially in a husband.

Greg, I love you.  It’s been an amazing 3 years being your wife.  I’ve learned so much about life and living life while being married to you.  Remember that dream I had back in college, junior year?  In it, you were older with salt + pepper speckled hair.  That dream is prophetic of many more wonderful years growing old together.  I have this pleasant feeling in the pit of my stomach that says, it’s going to be some of the loveliest years ahead.  To my husband of 3 years and dearest friend of 8, happy anniversary!

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