To Those Who Wait: An Open Letter to A Lonely Heart

The snow beat down as I gazed out the window at the glistening world of white, a beautiful sight even as the light from a dim sky slowly began to fade. My buzzing thoughts once again had slowed long enough to stray to that forbidden dream, that forgotten longing; the telling dull ache that resonated from deep within my soul. I had been in this place before... in fact, I knew it well. But simply understanding the pain would not soothe it; ignoring it as it tugged on my heart would not make it go away. I was lonely.

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5 Ways To Be Happily Married

"And they lived happily ever after..." That phrase summarizes quite effectively what everyone, if they were completely honest, hopes to one day be said about their marriage. In so many marriage relationships, happiness seems to have divulged into 'just getting by' or 'NOT fighting'. I'm so blessed that in my marriage that's not the case. … Continue reading 5 Ways To Be Happily Married

Five Words That Changed My Marriage {Part Two}

As I mentioned in Part One of this series (did you miss it? Find it here), my husband and I grew up together. We know each other about as good as anyone can. And yet, we still went through a time in our relationship where we found ourselves far apart. Unfortunately, we didn't catch this … Continue reading Five Words That Changed My Marriage {Part Two}

Five Words That Changed My Marriage {Part One}

Many people have expressed the sentiment, 'I married my best friend'. I would have to agree with that statement, although perhaps much more literally than it's usually intended. I -actually- married my best friend. My husband and I were fortunate enough to grow up together; he was my first and last crush - I was in … Continue reading Five Words That Changed My Marriage {Part One}