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on being married 1 year (and the journey to get there…)

When I was in my early/mid 20s I bought a piece of art from an Andy Warhol exhibit. The piece said, “the idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting.” That became my anthem as I waited for my … Continue reading

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dreaming at 21:

I graduated from college 10 years ago today. 10 years!! It’s amazing to look back on all I’ve experienced since then – missions, travel, friendships, falling in love (to name a few.) In some ways I feel like I’m still … Continue reading

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on being married 6 months:

For the first 30 years of my life, being married was always something other people experienced. The older I got, the farther away marriage felt… as if it was a balloon floating away, always out of reach. Now I find myself 6 … Continue reading

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2017: a goodbye letter

Dear 2017, I met you on the beach in Tybee Island, giddy for my first New Year’s Eve kiss with a boyfriend. I missed the countdown, though, so when fireworks started going off I was confused. Was it midnight? Justin … Continue reading

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on desire, disappointment, and christmas eve:

Every year since 2012 I wholeheartedly believed I would get married that year. Without a doubt, January 1st would roll around and I would be like THIS IS IT! 12 months later, I would sit through a Christmas Eve service with … Continue reading

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on being 31 and engaged:

I was 21 when my best friend’s older cousin got engaged. I remember thinking, “Wow, I’m glad it happened for her… because she’s old.” After getting engaged this year I called that friend up and asked her how old her cousin … Continue reading

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on being really, really happy:

Two years ago one of my friends made a comment about how my blogs were always about me struggling or going through a hard time. I was offended. But I knew he was right. The last few years have been … Continue reading

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