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Last week Laura and I took our first “vacation” since we’ve been married. We’ve taken several trips, but nothing close to a week of “doing nothing.” It was exciting to have a (paid) week where we could just sit back and relax. We spent some time with her family, took Ruby to the beach and […]
Today’s my beautiful wife’s birthday. Feel free to shoot her a quick praise on her Facebook or Twitter. I’ve been told to never reveal a woman’s age, so you’re on your own to figure that out.
Laura and I got married in January 2011 at our Alma-Mater, Berry College. She is my right hand and makes me the man that I am. Laura is by far the best thing to ever have come into my life (behind Jesus of course.) She currently works at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits as a Membership Coordinator.
My most brilliant achievement was my ability to be able to persuade my wife to marry me. – Winston Churchill
Well, it’s been an amazing week! So much has happened in the past 8 days – got hitched, honeymooned/drove across four states (twice) and avoided an epic ice storm.
Laura and I are very happy to married and living life together. During our marriage counseling sessions we often talked about dealing with “life” … like jobs, arguments, money, whatever life throws at you, etc…
I often referred to a business term I learned while studying at Berry when we would talk about marriage.
You Got To Roll With The Punches - This is a phrase that refers to how boxers need to deal with the reality of actually of getting hit. Mike Tyson said it best of how hard it is to deal with a “hit” when he said “Everyone has a plan ’till they get hit.”
Well, Laura and I have been “rolling with the punches” for our wedding and our honeymoon. We’re both job searching (for the right job), worked very hard to finance a wedding with little cushion, changed our wedding reception venue 48 hours before our wedding, and honeymooned thrifty (but still had lots of fun) on the down-low in Virginia.
Today we had to cut our honeymoon short because of the ice/snow storm that is hitting the entire South. We drove 9 hours from the Virginia mountains to Savannah.
I’m confident that we will be able to deal with whatever life throws our way… We’ve already been doing it for the first week.
“Everyone has a plan ’til they get hit”
PS: Here is a photo from our amazing photographer that made the rain look magical on our wedding day.