Here we are. We are finally at our wedding day post. It is hard to believe that this was six years ago and that so much has changed since then. Our marriage is far from perfect and everyday we strive to be better for one another and our children. We love each other very fierce and that has not changed in six years.
To my love, partner, and best friend… I love you and Happy Anniversary! Here is to many more.
The following is from a previous blog entry
Our wedding day was very busy. Brittney and I had a lot of things to get done and a lot of loose ends to tie up. I woke up and my groomsman and I headed over to my parents house for a much appreciated breakfast. My mom made me liver mush and for those of you that have not tried it, it is actually really good.
We then had to leave and meet my father-in-law at the park to set up the chairs and the sound system for the wedding. I waited there while Spencer and Chris left to go and get some cables for the sound system. I stayed there by myself and called my friend Cattie.
Once we were done with that I took the guys to get some lunch and then we headed to my apartment to get our luggage for our honeymoon. We then left there and went to the hotel and got ready.
Once we arrived back at the park, I saw tons of cars of our friends and families. My groomsman and I had to hide in the park bathroom to avoid Brittney and I from seeing each other. After praying with the pastor and having a moment alone with my brother, I was ready to do this.
I headed down to the gazebos where everyone was waiting. I walked my mom down the aisle and kissed her cheek as she took her seat. I had to have my back to the audience as the bridesmaids walked down the aisle cause Brittney did not want me to get a peak of her as she was getting ready to marry me.
I was told to turn around and saw the woman I love in her beautiful gown. It was better than I could have imagined it. I immediately started to tear up at the beautiful sight that was my bride.
Our reception was amazing. We had great food and music. There was lots of dancing and cake! I remember dancing with my wife for the first time and how I told her that we finally did it, We were husband and wife!
We left our reception, with lots of hugs and kisses from friends and family. I remember looking back as we rode off together and thinking to myself that if I had to do it all again, I would in a heartbeat. Maybe not the same way.