Tag Archives: Marriage
They say you can’t pick your family, and how much more true that is for your in-laws. So I’m really fortunate to have fallen in love with a man who has an awesome family. My in-laws are all really great … Continue reading
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, a day I used to be strongly convinced was invented by card and chocolate companies to increase sales in the least eventful time of the year. Who needs love when you can be an independent women free of the entanglements of romance? Continue reading
While a fancy dinner, trip to the movies, or going to see a show are great, we’ve been trying to be more thrifty about how we spend money, especially on entertainment. It takes little creativity (we definitely got in a eating-out habit), but if you think outside the box just a bit, there are some great inexpensive date ideas out there. Continue reading
For three months I planned our wedding and longed to be with him. Those months seemed to drag by. Talking on the phone was an inadequate substitute to having him there in person. And finally the day came: on a sunny July day in my parents’ sunroom, I walked toward my groom in my white dress and said “I do”. We celebrated God’s faithfulness with our friends and family under a white tent and began our life of no longer saying goodbye. Continue reading
I’m a sucker for a good love story, so I thought I’d deviate from the usual post and start in on a series of posts to share the story of how we Owen and I met and fell in love. … Continue reading
In some ways it seems like the time has flown by and it hasn’t really been that many years since I lived alone in my little apartment in Wisconsin, but then sometimes I think seven years is a legit amount of time to be married (I mean, it’s practically 10 years which everyone knows is pretty solid).
So without further ado, I want to share 7 things I learned in 7 years of marriage: Continue reading