Welcome!  I am taking a break from all of my “normal” blogging to spend a whole SIX DAYS talking about the best day of my life…my wedding day!  Here is the schedule:
Day 1: How We Met
Day 2: The Proposal 
Day 3: Engagement Photos
Day 4: Wedding Planning
Day 5: The BIG DAY
Day 6: Our Honeymooon
I hope that you stick around and that you enjoy learning a bit more about me in this mini-series!
Day 6 – Our Honeymoon
Our Story – “Pinching Ourselves”
Driving off from the wedding was an out of body experience. We stopped at our apartment to pick up a few things and then headed out to a tiny little cabin on a lake about an hour and a half drive away.

I think I could feel my pulse most of the way…I was so excited. I was MARRIED! I couldn’t believe that what I had been planning for and dreaming about my whole life had come true…and in a far more beautiful way than I could have ever imagined.

A year later, I love my husband more than I did then…more than I thought possible. We spent two nights at this gorgeous little cabin…

and then headed north into Canada!

We went to Whistler, Canada and spent four days walking Whistler Village, eating ice cream and drinking tea, playing cribbage and enjoying our time together!

I hope you all have enjoyed reading this as much as I have enjoyed it. My life is by no means perfect, but that is part of why I consider myself so blessed. God has taught (and is teaching) me to be more like Him with every struggle. What I have presented in this series has been (mostly) the beautiful result of many struggles and trials. So whatever you are going through, I pray that your heart might be encouraged to know that you will be able to look back and see the beauty God was planning.

Be blessed. <3

Be blessed.

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