If you know anything about me and my story, you know that a few months after I met my husband we said, “I Do.” You also know that after I found out I was pregnant 2 months later, I was scared and confused so I tried to push Tim away. I thank God every day for his strength, humility, and long suffering because being able to share my life with someone who “gets me” is a truly amazing thing.
The Bible's eloquent love scriptures beautifully sum up what it means to be in love and to commit myself to my husband for the rest of your life. It speaks of perfect love that everyone should have toward the Lord, their friends, family and all of man. These Words about love serve as excellent guides to help me navigate the ups and downs of love, as well as convey my heartfelt thoughts to my husband.
You may have thought that the wedding was the most expensive thing you had to deal when you got married, but in reality there are so many things that happen in marriage that cost money. Don’t let that scare you though. As long as you work as a team and come up with a plan, it won’t be so bad. As a couple, sit down and look into everything you will be spending money on and create a budget for each one. This will help you save money and also help you keep track of your expenses.
It's been 16 years, 7 months, and 15 days since I declared my love for Tim and promised to love him for the rest of my life. The vows I spoke were engraved in my heart and through the good times and bad, the love has not wavered even when I wanted it to. I've come to accept that God made no mistakes when he placed him in my life and I am grateful for all of the experiences. Therefore, after great consideration and daily prayer, I shall renew and rejuvenate my life with Tim on Sunday January 20, 2019 with a ceremonial wedding.