Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The best decision

The best decision I have ever made...
choosing my hubby and getting married to him in a LDS Temple so that we could be together for an eternity with each other and our family.

My hubby and I have our 3 year anniversary coming up this weekend.  Last year when we were planning what we were going to be doing for our 2 year anniversary we decided we would go out of town and go on one last getaway before our little girl was born.  We planned a night stay at a resort we went to the Zoo and just walked around loving the time we were going to be having with each other before our little one came... August really showed me how blessed I was to have said yes to my hubby...

 This year was a hard year for us and I'm just grateful to be able to say we made it through to another year and we have eternity to go.

 So to celebrate another year we have decided we are going to go on a overnight stay and go on another adventure.  Because life with my hubby is always an adventure and we have learned that we can stick together through the wonderful times and the hardest times.

Everyone always say they have the best hubby but I TRULY DO HAVE THE BEST HUSBAND IN ALL OF THE WORLD!!!

I remember the day my hubby got home from his mission seeing him for the first time in two years and still having my heart do flips because I was still so much in love with him.  I remember a week later talking about getting married and than two weeks later telling our families that we were in love and that we wanted to get married.  I remember the night I got asked the question and getting asked with a ring pop.  I remember the night before getting married going and meeting his brother and his wife and kids.  I remember my fiance walking me out to my car giving me a hug and telling me that he loved me and he was so excited for the next day.  I remember getting home and spending time with my mom and my family.  I remember when my fiance called me one last time before I saw him at the temple the next day asking if I remember the importance of that day. I couldn't remember until he brought up the event that had inspired me to go to the temple when I was 18 and getting the feeling that I was going to soon meet my future husband and three years later I was going to marry on that same day I got the feeling that I was going to meet my future husband.  I remember the smile on my hubby's face after we said I do.  I remember thinking this is the first day of eternity with my hubby.  I remember the smile on his face when I told him I was pregnant the first time and than how he held me when we found out that I was having a miscarriage.  I remember the second time I told him I was pregnant.  I was to excited to wait to tell him and he had a friend over so I took a picture of the positive and showed him I saw the smile appear again.  The smile that I love.  I remember being in a dark room when we saw our baby on the screen and seeing tears of joy come down my husbands face when we found out we were going to be having a baby girl.  I remember the look on his face when he learned that our daughter was no longer with us.  I remember the smile and seeing his heart melt when he held her for the first time.  I remember him holding me and letting me cry for the loss of our child.  I remember my hubby saying aren't we blessed to have such a perfect spirit to cheer us on towards the Celestial Kingdom.  I remember that the Savior is the one who has given us the most sacred wedding gift of all and that His gift is still blessing our lives daily.

For our three year anniversary we are going to celebrate our love and our family.

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful description of your love for your husband. Brought tears to my eyes:) Beautiful.