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Monday, December 28, 2009

He knows me Best.

Bryan is so good at knowing how and why I do things, which makes him the only person in my life that knows exactly what I need to feel better. Being with someone who tries so hard to be patient and understanding is quite the blessing. We are approaching our 11 year marriage anniversary and I honestly never thought our life would be anything like it was and put us where we are today.

Too many times marriages fall apart due to growing apart more than anything, I think, I am not a Doctor (but I play one on my blog) ha,ha. . . . but seriously, we have been HAPPILY married for 11 years January 8th 2010. I was young when I met Bryan, just turned 19 yrs old. I didn't KNOW what love felt like, but I knew I loved being around Bryan and he made my soul happy. Yes my soul. Despite the aspect of complete lust for one another, we knew without a doubt that we loved each other deeper than just how hot we both were :) Before I turned 20 I was married and sealed to Bryan in the Idaho Falls Temple. Never got cold feet and never in 11 years had regrets. I really didn't know how many years I would live. . . but I knew I couldn't live without him.

I fall in love with him over again every day. It is possible, it is true. If everyday he makes me love him even more, than how can that fail. Our eternal marriage is truly our richest treasure. He lets me be who I am and I let him be who he is, yet together we are one. One soul, one heart, one of a kind relationship. I Love Him, Always Have Always Will.

Interesting note *I have been married more years than I was projected to even live. When God has a plan for us, and we choose it, nothing can get in our way :)

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3 comments:

Jen said...

Oh you guys are just perfect for eachother!

Cammi said...

I love this post. So sweet. What a gift you have both been given - a spouse you adore. Wonderful! (And he's very cute, too! That's the first thing my mom said to me after she met him!)

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