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Just one of the many things I am thankful for…my relationship with the wonderful Pilot in my life.
Photo courtesy of Lisa Hessel Photography
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my fantastic readers. Thank you for reading the Landlocked Bride.
I wish you all a day filled with love.
I whole-heartedly agree (boy, have I been using that word a lot lately).
In honor of one of the FI’s cousins getting married today, I am sharing this lovely quote!
Congratulations Derek and Sara! Wishing you two lots of love and happiness!
Looks like this just might be a recurring series. Look out folks.
Found this via Daily Pep Talk From a Best Friend and cannot help but think it applies to marriage.
So the blog has taken a backseat to life…what’s new?
I recently spent a wonderful weekend with three of my favorite people in Keystone, CO. It was meant to be a break from life, a peek into the future and just a time to enjoy with old friends. It ended up being that and so much more.
It is amazing how in a matter of three days your life can completely change. Luckily for me, it was a good change. On February 15th, around 4:15 p.m. MT, on top of the main peak in Keystone at the beginning of the Frenchman run, B asked me to spend the rest of my life with him. I of course said “Yes!”
It was a moment to remember (and one I will, of course, always remember). The sun was setting, the view was perfect, the company was perfect and I was sitting next to my best friend in a State that we so dearly love. I could not imagine a better way to start a new chapter in our lives.
I just cannot wait to begin the wedding plans, but most of all, I cannot wait for this to come full circle, beginning with a marriage proposal and ending with a move to a new city (Denver).
It is amazing the things that can happen in one weekend. In just a measely 3 days, lifes are changed, friendships start, relationships break, cars are damaged, someone wins an award, you see people you haven’t seen in ages.
In one weekend, I have realized who matters, who doesn’t, what makes life special, who my best friends are, who I miss, who I am and who I am not.
I love movies like “He’s Just Not That Into You.” It puts things into perspective. Or CDs like The Fray’s new one. Maybe I am a sap, who knows, but what I know is that I want to be happy and I want the people I love to be happy. When they aren’t happy, my heart breaks, who ever they are.
It is hard to embrace change, but it can be so refreshing, and a reminder of who you were or who you are becoming. Welcome it and remind yourself that to grow, you must change.