"A cord of three strands is not easily broken" Ecclesiastes 4:12
I can honestly say 10 years later I am more in love with my man each day. I still have moments when I just look over at him and think, "wow, he really married me...this is really our life"!! Don't get me wrong there have been hard days but true to His word God has worked even the hard days, the moments of grieving the losses of babies and parents and grandparents, he has worked them into good. He has used those moments to draw us to Him and to one another. I am so thankful to share this life with Nathan. I can't wait to see where the next 10 years takes us and I can't wait to fall more and more in love with my man.
For our 10 year anniversary we decided to indulge...and trust me after the last two years of having our eyes opened to the injustices and needs of those around the world and even in our own city we were totally aware of the blessing of being able to indulge. We set off on a 5 day cruise!
And would you believe that I didn't take a single picture!:( I must admit it was nice not to always have a camera strapped to me but I do wish I had a least one picture! It was a great time to just be together and to rest. It has been a whirlwind these last 2 years as God has been opening our eyes and hearts and just being able to sleep and read and enjoy one another and the beauty of His creation was wonderful!
While we were away the boys had the best week at my parents house!
"The Best Thing about having you for parents is that our children get to have you for grandparents"!
I love this quote! Our precious children are beyond blessed to have a Papaw, Nonnie, Big, Mamme, Papa, and even a Grammy, who I know is praying for them from heaven. Each of our parents find such joy in lavishing our children with love. It is one of my favorite parts of life...watching our parents love our children.
When we left for the cruise I felt slightly guilty that the boys may not get to do much fun stuff on their spring break since we were going on a cruise...boy was I wrong! My parents pulled out all the stops and I am sure it is a week they will be talking about for the next year!
There was hot chocolate for breakfast!
A trip to the Alamo...including Alamo t-shirts!
Balloon Pong in Pajamas!
Making Marshmallow shooters...although I think Kolson just wanted to eat the Marshmallows!
Going to see The Lorax
Pictures in the Bluebonnets...don't they look thrilled!:)
And by far their favorite event from the week was camping in the backyard with Papaw!
Sweet, sweet memories for my little boys...I am sure Papaw was telling one of his famous stories!
A trip to Incredible Pizza and one to Chuck E Cheese...talk about brave grandparents!
ANd of course plenty of time to climb trees and play on the swing set!
Thanks Nonnie and Papaw for such a fun week and for giving Nathan and I the chance to celebrate! We are so blessed to have you!