Wow! Its hard to believe it'll be a month since we got married in five days!! Time flies way too fast!
There have been a lot of changes in the last month; all good, some hard but good. We had a very pleasant honeymoon and really just enjoyed being together and learning more about each other! We came back to my parents home for a day and then flew back to our new home...1400 miles away. The goodbyes were tough as we knew it would be a while before we saw each other again but thankfully the Lord has truly blessed me with the man I can now call my husband. He is so gentle and kind, such a strength to me in this transition. I couldn't ask for a better lifelong partner! Every night he comes home from working very hard in the lawn business and wraps me in his strong arms and kisses me quite passionately...wow, am I blessed or what?! :)
Honestly, I've really fallen in love with my small town! I'm only about half a mile from our bank, a grocery store (which has an excellent selection at pretty decent prices), a flower shop, city hall, the courthouse, auto mechanics, and thrift store. I have had some adjusting to do with small town life (like going up to the courthouse where our local DMV was supposed to be and learning they're only there twice a month :D) but overall its been a very positive experience! A big plus is that my brother and sister in love live only 2 miles away with two absolutely adorable kids who now call me Aunt Hannah. Also Mom and Dad W live only 15-20 minutes away, which has been nice!
We've been settling in as the newest married couple at our church and I've really enjoyed the preaching! Its a small country church where almost everybody except Dylan's family is related :). They welcome you like family though and are all very kind!
As far as actual wifehood goes I'm loving it!!! Being a wife is one of those things I always dreamed about and now that its finally happened its better than I imagined! I would say to all of you unmarried girls out there hoping/praying the Lord will bring the right one to you, have realistic expectations. Remember you are just a sinner saved by grace marrying another sinner saved by grace. But the awesome thing is that when Christ is in the center of both of your lives and your marriage He does some pretty amazing things!! So don't stress, sit back and relax through the journey of life and let Christ be your Captain (preaching to myself here!)...He knows what He's doing!!
Hopefully it won't be too terribly long before I post again but I'm not making any promises :)!
Learning to delight in Jesus,
Mrs. W :)