Four years ago, to the day…
We made this promise to each other amidst a number of other vows – to have and to hold, in sickness and in health.
Never once have you broken one of those vows. Sure, we get mixed up and our communication isn’t always on point with one another, but the vows remain the same as the day when we committed the rest of our lives to one another.
Four years of marriage doesn’t leave you unchanged. Don’t think for a minute that we are the same people who said, “I love you.” at the church that day.
We are better.
We are wiser.
We are stronger.
The first 4 years of our marriage have been packed with incredible highs and a just a few lows. You were there for me on the darkest day of my life, and I for you. We celebrated together as my brothers and their wives made us Aunty Lindsay and Uncle Ry Ry. We’ve made friends together, found a church together, and figured out how to do life together.
Our marriage isn’t perfect, and neither are we… but I dare say, no one is more perfect than you for me.
What an incredible journey this has been, exploring life together as newly weds, then as regular weds, and now as well… I’m not sure haha I guess we’re still regular 🤷🏼♀️ Nonetheless, every step in this journey has been just a small piece of our story together. It’s one that I couldn’t have written better if I’d have a lifetime to plan it out.
I am incredibly blessed to have found the one with whom my heart desires. Babe, you still make my heart skip a beat.
– the Wife
2 thoughts on “I will never get used to you”
That was a great endorsement of your love for your husband. I have been married for 49 yrs to my highschool sweetheart through the good times and the bad times we have never left each other’s side. This coming Jan. we cross 50 yrs together.
so touching. . romantic excitement kind of Love.