After my husband’s LDS mission, he left college (unfinished) to work, then quit in his search for life’s meaning (while riding a surf board)…unsure of what he was going to do with his life.
so, he wasn’t an obvious choice – on paper – to marry four years ago. But, I knew from my first conversation with him that he was pretty special.
He had one quality that stood out to me – when he made up his mind to do something, he not only did it, but he did it really well.
Since I married him, he has stepped up to every challenge that life has thrown at him and continues to make me proud.
My husband is currently a full-time student in engineering, the Scoutmaster of our Ward, the second counselor in the Young Men’s presidency (teaching the 12 year old boys every Sunday), father to two little boys and husband to me.
There is something miraculous in all of that.
My husband is so low key, I ask him what he wanted for his birthday (cake, meals, anything special)?
“I don’t really want a cake or anything like that, maybe just another locking carabiner.”
Happy Birthday Love,
those phone photos just don’t do you justice.