Monday, July 23, 2012

I'm still looking up

I'm not one to post much about my relationship with Joel, because that's just who we are as a couple- private in our thoughts and love.  I have wanted to write about us several times but the words before now just never felt right, they didn't do us justice.

A little background... Joel proposed late at night at a skate park... where we had our first date when I was 15.  And a few years before that, we were at that same park for a gift I wanted to give him.  I made him climb up the giant half-pipe with me in the dark and we held hands and I told him to look up.

I told him one of the ways I knew God was real was because of the night's sky.  Then I told him it's the same when I look at him, because when I look at him I just know love is real.

Then I gave him a ring with the words "my sky" engraved on the inside.

Today, on the way home from a baby appointment I heard Jason Mraz's song, "I won't give up" and I'm pretty sure it was made just for us.

Happy almost five years babe :)


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8 comments:

  1. what a beautiful story - it made me teary eyed. and the ring - :*)
    you are both blessed. <3
    xoxox
    maria
    happy almost five years to you and joel!

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  2. I love you so much!!!!

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    1. haha... I know you struggled to post this, so thank you my love :)

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  3. Jason Mraz is the best. Happy 5 years to you and Joel and here is to an eternity more!

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  4. love.
    and i'm pretty sure we were listening it to the same time, as i was riding home from luca's appointment in columbus. i came home, downloaded it and danced with adam in the kitchen to it.
    you and me, olivia- our brains function the same, i think :)

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  5. Such a beautiful post :) loved reading it.


    Oh and my GFC is being weird, but it let me follow you through it using my twitter... how cool is that?! I didn't know you could do that :)

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