We have now officially been married for one month… and what a crazy month it has been!

There are no crazy celebration plans or anything– we’ll spend the evening with some of our favorite people, our missional community group through Austin Stone. We’re saving the celebration money this month for the day we can say we’ve known each other for a year– the 29th. That’s right, folks– we have not even known each other for a year.

We reflect so much on the past month and the roller coaster we’ve been on since our wedding. We had Jamaica, moving me in (still in progress), my two biopsies, going to Tulsa for David’s surgery, countless doctor appointments, grading deadlines, reviews at work, a holiday, one “almost” fight– the list goes on and on.

And it’s been wonderful. Tough, but wonderful.

We’re new at this, and loving it. I can’t wait to reflect after an entire year of marriage. Thank you for coming along on this journey with us so far. We’re not all that interesting and I even told Brian last weekend that I’m sick of talking about “us,” but I’m sure we’ll eventually have a fight and then there will be all kinds of stuff to post about 😉 But seriously, thank you for coming along.


Our photographer posted this to Facebook after the wedding– I always dreamed of ribs and Shiner at my wedding 🙂

3 thoughts on “Monthaversary

  1. I love your blog! I look forward to it! 🙂 On our one month married anniversary, we actually ate the top layer of our wedding cake. I had heard so many people tell me that when they waited for the whole year, the cake was really dry and not so great. Plus, we barely got any at the wedding. In fact, I think Ken only got the bite I fed him. On our one year anniversary, we went back to our baker and had her do a replica that we enjoyed for our anniversary! 🙂 Enjoy your evening!!! Can’t wait to see all the pictures from the wedding. My husband LOVED the amber beer y’all served. If you remember what it was, will you let me know?? Thanks! 🙂 Happy Anniversary!!!

  2. Thanks for the kind words Beth, we are really enjoying writing it so far. 🙂

    We had the Live Oak Hefeweizen and the one you mentioned was the Real Ale Pale Ale. They are both from local Austin breweries. If you can’t find any up there, let me know. We can work something out I am sure.

  3. thanks, Brian! I’ll check around. We haven’t had any luck with the TX beers he likes. 😦 He LOVES Rahr that is brewed in Ft. Worth.

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