A Letter To My Husband On Our One-Year Marriage Anniversary

Dear Hubby, I’m listening to “Take Me Home” by Phil Collins. Do you remember in Tennessee when I played that song and you told me you’d turn it on as we were leaving our first apartment together? You teased me while I held back tears over the fact that we were leaving. I thought my freedom was being taken away from me. The issue was … Continue reading A Letter To My Husband On Our One-Year Marriage Anniversary

Alwaysn4evans Wedding: November 6, 2016 at Moonstone Manor

Hi all! The last few months have been spent moving to South Carolina, settling into my job, enjoying being a newlywed and helping my hubby start his own business. Therefore, I was never able to make an album of our wedding pictures. On November 6, 2016, I took Brett’s last name and promised to take care of him through sickness and health until death do … Continue reading Alwaysn4evans Wedding: November 6, 2016 at Moonstone Manor

A Letter To Myself When I’m Feeling Negative

Dear Self, Please shut your mouth. Your husband lost his job last year and so, you moved back home and found a part-time job while he was on unemployment. You received help from the government when it came to health insurance. And, yet, you still had a wedding. No, it wasn’t the most expensive wedding, but it also wasn’t the cheapest. Then, you went on … Continue reading A Letter To Myself When I’m Feeling Negative

I Promise, Good Guys Still Exist

“I’m just not sure that there are good guys out there anymore,” my best friend said to me. “I’m actually pretty frustrated.” I assured her that there are still good guys out there. She merely hasn’t met the right guy as of yet. But, one day, she’ll meet him. She vouched to be single for a whole year and so, I think it was the … Continue reading I Promise, Good Guys Still Exist

Don’t Forget To Appreciate Your Significant Other

He’s in the kitchen making dinner as I sit down and relax after a long day at work. I look at him as he’s flipping the turkey burgers and making sure our sweet potato fries don’t burn. He’s attentively looking at the burgers to see if they’re done. As he pulls the fries out of the oven, I get up to put a sweatshirt on … Continue reading Don’t Forget To Appreciate Your Significant Other