She fills my heart with joy. Sixity eight days until she is my wife.
We had a whirlwind of a trip to Charleston, SC. Filled with laughter, good times, and good food. Loved every minute of spending time in this special city with my beautiful bride to be. From the cake taste test to meeting with the photographers it was a blast.
Got to Charleston, SC with this beautiful girl early this morning. We met with our wedding planner at the ceremony venue to finalize the details first thing. Then went by the courthouse downtown to apply for the marriage license! We hit the beach afterwards and are ending the night with dinner at Poe’s Tavern on Sullivan Island.
Tomorrow comes a full day of wedding planning, it is a bit surreal but exciting all at the same time. God is so good.
Tomorrow night Danielle’s plane will land from Houston, Texas and I will pick her up from the airport. Over the last year I have been blessed to write a lot of posts about the fact that Danielle is coming to Asheville or that I am going to Houston.
This time though it feels different. It feels different because I won’t be going to pick up my girlfriend from the airport but my fiancee. This trip has so much purpose behind it that would not be happening if she and I were not about to spend the rest of our lives together. We are getting married, God willing and that is such a thrilling thing to think about.
This trip is for the sole reason to go down to Charleston, SC and finalize everything for our wedding. I may be weird being a guy but I really cannot wait to do all the little things we have planned out for the wedding this weekend. Not really because I love all that stuff but because I will be doing them with Danielle and it will be for our future.
I can’t wait for her plane to land and I can’t wait till the distance between is gone forever.
The evangelical world, joined by no shortage of secular observers, has been abuzz about the latest soundbite of note from the Pastors Osteen — this…
"America deserves the Osteens. The consumer culture, the cult of the therapeutic, the marketing impulse, and the sheer superficiality of American cultural Christianity probably made the Osteens inevitable. "
- Dr. Albert Mohler
This is my sister. So proud.
Hanging out at Lake Julian with the family today. Fishing off a paddle boat like the cool kids do. #paddleboatswag
You have a platform, Dr. Dawkins, an audience, and in some real way I’m very grateful that you drew attention to the pre-natal … .
This is incredible. The second half is a tearjerker.
Well worth a read.