For the man that I now call my husband...
You jump in the trenches right alongside me without a second of hesitation. During my weakest moments I have learned just how important a strong partnership is. I also learned how crucial it is to be with someone who makes life come to life. You make everything more fun. Everything. Every ridiculous giggle out of my mouth is evidence of the fact that I married the hell up.
We go out and fight for what we love...for what we deserve. We've got unmatched intuition. We create tribes full of girlfriends, our lifelines. We give more than we get. We are resilient as hell. WE ARE RESILIENT AS HELL. We might have babies and if we do
This woman, my beautiful mother, showed up at my front door today. She knows that I've been having a little bit of a tough time physically and when you have a hard time physically...well you tend to have a hard time emotionally and mentally.
On my husband's 28th birthday, I to share an 'excerpt' from our wedding ceremony in which our officiant (my beautiful sister in law) read a paraphrased version of what Jay and I each shared with her about the things that we love
My head's been spinning from lots of questions recently. I'm sure that you're thinking that this list includes the 20385040 decisions that I have to make within the next month before my wedding, but those don't even fall on
This Mother's Day, I'd like to share some of the most important lessons that my mom taught me. These are the things that she drilled in to us repeatedly until they stuck. Does anyone else still hear their mom's voice
People say that they couldn't wait for wedding planning to be over and maybe I'm a weirdo but I feel the total opposite. I think that a big factor in this is that I am racing to get pain relief and cramming three surgeries into
Partnership is about stepping IN and UP when your partner needs to step OUT and DOWN. True partnership is the bees mother f-ing knees. It's the best flavor of validation and as close as you can come to feel like a magic
Just because you wouldn’t feel the same way if situations were reversed does not mean that your partner’s feelings are invalid. We all have our own experiences and reactions to those experiences. It is not our job
The future is where hope resides. So, we need to walk right up to hope’s door and knock until we get let in. If that doesn't work, we'll just break the damn thing down. Either way, that door WILL open eventually.