I’ve been caught up lately in telling myself that I am not good enough, that not being invited to happy hour, to the birthday party, or out to coffee means I am less than. Caught up in the over-analyzation of tones of voice and intentions behind actions. Stuck in feeling let down, unworthy, lonely, rejected… More Rejection Redeemed
It’s about time we sat down and told you all about our big day, don’t you think? With honeymooning, building a new house and general life business this end to the series kind of got away from us. Here it is, the story of our big day, as told by both of us (you can… More Wedding Series: The Big day!
I cannot tell you how many times I was given the idea to write letters to my future husband when I was growing up. From a young age it seemed that women all around me were telling me about this mysterious man I would marry. I was told to write letters promising purity, letters when… More Dear Future Husband
Three years. It doesn’t seem possible. It feels like yesterday that I was hard-core crushing on you and trying to figure out if a guy as great as you would like me back. I am so thankful for these last three years. Three years of growth, adventures and so many laughs. You love me when… More An open letter to my Fiancé on our last dating anniversary.
As we re-launch our brand/blog we cannot help but think about where we came from, what brought us together, united in this vision, in the first place. Our deep passions for changing lives fueled this concept of a space dedicated to the idea that love conquers all things. Our love for each other and desire… More Back to September (first post on the new site!)
Yesterday I saw yet another romantic viral video. I’m sure you’ve seen the ones, where the guy goes through some extravagant day for his girlfriend. He brings her puppies, buys her favorite foods and by the end of it you’re sure it’s a proposal. This one didn’t end in a marriage proposal but rather a… More He is Not Less-Than
The term “Falling in love” is misleading. Sure, when you first meet and begin to develop feelings for someone, it feels a lot like falling. It’s easy, simple, butterfly-filled bliss and yet, that’s not real love. Love is a choice. On the surface, we all want the “falling in love” kind of love, we want… More Choosing Jared