Tis the season to be thankful! I must admit once Halloween is over my brain is on Christmas mode. I’m sure many can relate! Despite my child like passion for Christmas, thanksgiving is a holiday I truly love and appreciate. I believe it’s a holiday that can easily be overlooked or becomes all about food.
Today I wanted to talk about the vision of your marriage. It may seem like an odd topic because most often we have visions about our careers, rather than our marriage. Although it’s not a common topic, it’s one I encourage you and your spouse to start exploring. I must be honest, Kevin and I just recently began to truly define what we believe is our vision for our marriage. We began to pray for clarity and purpose and we came up with a few steps that helped us cultivate the idea of our purpose.
On February 25, 2012, I married my best friend Kevin in front of our closes family and friends in Orlando FL. Shortly after we married and moved to the Midwest and our lives began to change in a significant way. We found ourselves alone and unaware of the genuine strength marriage required especially when difficult moments occurred between us.