Love Story

Click on each photo to read this five-part series detailing our love story:






"Marriage is an act of will that signifies and involves a mutual gift, which unites the spouses and binds them to their eventual souls, with whom they make up a sole family - a domestic church."
-Saint Pope John Paul II

4 comments:

  1. This is the sweetest story! I can honestly say that a love-story-conversion is something my sisters fantasize about (my hubby was already Catholic, so . . .). You look so pretty in your yukata (I think that's what it's called?), did you wear that for the reception?

    Christie @ Everything to Someone

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    1. Thank you!!! It's amazing when God plans to bring two people together from seemingly different backgrounds, isn't it? :) The dress on the bottom right is actually a Korean hanbok (I think a yukata is Japanese, right?). I wore it for about an hour at the reception (including during our cake cutting). Michael is half Chinese, half Korean. Thank you for stopping by, Christie!

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  2. I love your story...it is so sweet and beautiful! I've only read a few of your posts, but I'm so glad I found your blog! I enjoy reading faith-filled love stories, but yours really hits home since there are so many similarities to my own (my husband & I started our relationship on March 25, near Ball State University, and were married on September 29, 2012). I have also been struggling to find good, faith-filled friends to connect with, so your friendship posts are wonderfully encouraging. I pray you find great friends to lift you up in your new city, especially as your family joyfully grows! Congrats!!

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    1. Thank you! What a small world that our Indiana love stories seem to have parallel timelines! I hope you are enjoying newlywed life and I will also pray for you to find great friends to connect with. Thanks so much for your prayers! :)

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