Two Year Anniversary


Two years ago today, we promised to love one another endlessly; for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, and in sickness and in health. We said, “where you go I will go, and where you stay, I will stay.” Two years ago, we had no idea that we would live out every single line of our wedding vows within the first two years of our married lives together. Two years ago, I had no idea I would follow you to Europe, to endless hospital stays and chemotherapy treatments, and into silent days awaiting for you to wake up from a coma. I had no idea how strong we were going to have to be. I had no idea how much pain we would endure. I had no idea that we would fearfully look death in the face. And I had no idea that I could possibly love you this much more today than the day I said “I do”. You astound me every single day, Andrew. So here’s to two years of marriage and what has felt like a lifetime of hardships, life lessons, and unconditional, infinite love. Thank you for showering me with love each and every day and being the husband and spiritual leader that I need. I’m so blessed to go through life with you.

“Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.” (Romans 12:10)

5 thoughts on “Two Year Anniversary

  1. We’ve been married over 13 years and last year, my doctor told me “you have breast cancer”. While not the same cancer or stage, I have seen our marriage vows tested and strengthened. And even today as I still struggle with my appearance, my husband still tells me I am beautiful. God continue to bless your marriage and remind you that no one should walk this path alone. We continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. Congr to you both. You are such gray examples for our youth. Never giving up and trusting your faith to carry you thru each day. Gob Bless both of you.

    Sent from my iPhone


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