darielle is so sweet 🙂 and encouraging. i was helping her with her homework one night.
i’ve been a bad everything i don’t blog anymore about thoughts and places, disguises and faces, events and whatever there is on my plate(ses) laziness has crept in yeah … that’s the problem being lazy is being crazy no excuses so in retrospect, yesterday marked the fourth month of being married to the most wonderful person in the world. yes she … has made my days brighter made my laughs heartier made me look forward to whatever life may bring here’s to the next 4 raised to the googleplex more months. love ya mahal.
it’s our 4 month wedding anniversary the above pictures were taken of random things in my dorm room while the bottom pictures were taken of my husband who was asleep after the victorious Eagles game last sunday. he was a sleepy happy fan who had to wake up hours later to drive his wife back to school. we look back and realize how awesome our four months have been, with lots of refining, clarification, adjustments, so many sacrifices, hardships, lots of missing each other, but most of all lots of joys and blessings. i know how blessed i am to have a story like ours, from the start to now, God has really been in the midst of who we’ve come to be… mahal, i love you. you have really prayed for me and i know no one like you. you continue to show me how devoted you are to me, how much you love me beyond words, but how much more you love the Lord. your example to others and to myself is something rarely seen and i can proudly say how i admire you for it. your life and your love is amazing. —————————————————————————————– ps- h a p […]
pink red fall today’s fall weather made me want to wear my GAP scarf and head downtown to window shop, drink coffee at a nearby small intimate cafe, and just take note of the leaves that have turned shy yellow. the sweetest thing i remember living at home at this time is waking up and looking out my window to see this tree across the street just turn pink to red. Then afterwards, after some days, those red leaves start shedding, creating a huge circular blanket above the grass, above the roots that once gave it water. how lovely this God we have, that our seasons pattern our lives…a time be born, a time to die, a time to grow, and a time … to fall…