'Things change when you get married,' they said.
'It takes some getting used to. There's an adjustment period'.
'Don't expect it to be perfect right away'.
Maybe we got lucky but I don't think so. I think I married the right person. The only person.
I own a few moleskines. There's a small black one in particular, which has very little written in it at all. Maybe two or three pages of words. They are the words I wrote down before I spoke at our wedding.
I'm forever grateful to a loving Heavenly Father for allowing me the blessing of being with one of his most precious daughters, for this life and the life to come.
When I think about Kesh, with our baby growing inside her, I am thankful for this life. For what it offers to each of us. The ability to love and be loved. To create new life.
This post is a little late in the week. Yesterday, Kesh and I celebrated two years of marriage and I wanted to take these photos on our anniversary.
To the girl who believed in me and helped me believe in myself, Happy Aniversary. I love you x
Kesh wears: Long Accordion Pleat Skirt in Black by American Apparel.