Tuesday, August 10, 2010

In the challenges of marriage, may you be our ROCK!

Today marks our first month anniversary! We have already been through some difficult life storms and it has been only the first month of our marriage. Our patience has been tested with difficult people, stupid things that I do, and trusting God to help me find a job.

Now, to explain the stupid things I have done while we have been married. First, I cracked the top of my head open on a sharp edge of our new book shelf. .We didnt have health insurance on me yet, so I couldn't get stitches, but thankfully I didn't need them/
The second stupid thing I did, was get locked out of the apartment because the wind shut the door when I was taking out the trash. No keys, no cell phone or  money.. I had nothing on me.. And, noone in our apartment complex was home, so I resorted to walking 3 miles to my parents house to use a phone to call Drew.. He had to come on his dinner break to unlock the door. He was a little unhappy about it and I got some what of a lecture.. :) To be expected I say..

As far as the job search, I continue to apply. I am applying for a lot of jobs out of my field! God has something.. We trust that!

Oh, and the stupid people who have made things miserable, well, I can't openly talk about who those people are, but we have cut ties with them. For the first time in a while, I feel at peace.. Peace is good for the mind, body and soul!

Congrats Drew! May we live a life full of "Zoey" moments! May we never look back and regret, but look to the past as a learning experience and move forward with one step in front of the other trying to do things differently. Also, remember my mother was the one who said " why dont you stop telling that boy "NO" when he asks you out a date. He is very polite, young man and you should give him a chance." So, when you get mad at me, remember it was my mothers fault :)
Ps. Mom said " Mom & Dad are fine." Look's like you've joined the family SON!
HAHAHA! Best parents in the world!






“Marriage takes three to be complete. It’s not enough for two to meet, they must be united in love by love’s creator, God above. A marriage that follows God’s plans takes more than a woman and a man. It needs oneness that can be only from Christ. Marriage takes three.”



1 comment:

Britt said...

I can't believe that it's only been a month... it seems like more than that!!! I don't know why! Congrats though, I remember that first month flew by fast... and it doesn't really slow down! I can't believe I've been married almost 15 months!