I remember getting ready for my wedding day. The day that would be one of the best days of my life. The joy of being surrounded by the ones that love me especially being wedded in my grandma’s compound was a blessing. I was excited to be married to my best friend and I couldn’t…… Continue reading Marriage after the wedding
Mark 12:30-31 30 And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ 31 The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’…… Continue reading Loving my groom; Love
Cliché as it may sound, time indeed does fly by. It seems like I was a brand new bride yesterday. I remember being in my groom’s arms as he led me to our little house on a mountain top in west Texas (McDonald Observatory). It’s been a couple of years now and I guess we…… Continue reading Loving my groom; 9 year wedding anniversary (06-07-08)
You bet ya! When you took that hand and made the vow and promise of love, you not only took a heart but the entire baggage that comes with that person next to you. In my case, I know for sure that my beloved groom gained some significant amount of baggage; a Motherless bride that…… Continue reading Marriage; the baggage claim!
Dear sister, Yes I call you my sister because I have lived this season, this day, and this moment. Almost 9 years ago, I was that motherless bride. So I completely get it. I will say it hurt, and it hurt to the core of my heart. It was lonely as I sat still wishing…… Continue reading To the Motherless Bride.
There I was, excited to be wedded to my best friend and the love of my life; one I had known for 6 months to be exact. The words of “concern and worry” started pouring in intending to inform us about the nightmare we were about to glue ourselves into…Yes. Marriage. These were words coming…… Continue reading Marriage misconceptions.
Loving my groom” is a phrase I like to use in my marriage because the man by my side is mine. Mine to love, mine to support, mine to encourage, mine to dream with, mine to share life with or perhaps mine to nag, build or break, mine to laugh and cry with. So the…… Continue reading Loving my groom; without borders.