For my Love


My Love, I take you to be my wife and I commit myself to you as to no other. To love you as Christ loves the church. To provide for you, care for you, to nourish you. Whether times are easy or they are difficult, I will live with you graciously until Jesus comes or until God, by death, shall seperate us.

On this Valentine’s Day I am reminded about how far we’ve come. It’s been sixteen months yet I feel like we’ve always been married. You have made my life so much more than I thought it could be and I thank you for that. Your joy and warmth are only matched by your love for Christ and for me. I hope that I bring as much happiness to our marriage as you bring into my life and I look forward to the day we start our own family. Here’s to many more wonderful years ahead. Happy Valentine’s Day, my love. You’re the greatest.

Read about the Proposal and more on our wedding pages. And if you click on the picture, you’ll be taken to our gallery where you can ooh and aah at wedding photos and then some. Enjoy.

12 thoughts on “For my Love

  1. Aww I hope you had a wonderful day with your wife- your wedding picture is wonderful! I esp like the bouquet- I know you guys don’t normally notice such things, but I love all the colors!

  2. Actually, my wife teases me because I picked the flowers and was quite particular as to what kind, color, and style. I kind of stole that task from her. I was very involved in the whole process. It was very satisfying. BTW – if you click on the picture, it takes you to our gallery where you can see lots more wedding photos. The gallery also has non-wedding photos in case that’s not what you’re in the mood for.

  3. It is so great that you found that special someone and that you love her unconditionally. I found my other half too, and we have been married for 12 years and by God’s blessing now we have 2 beautifull girls. It feels good to hear that God is so important in your life with your wife. Without him life will be empty. Copngratulations, and we wish you the best in the journey that is ahead.

  4. I’ve been married 16 months too!!! Strange!
    I think the hardest part about getting established is that it takes money to make money. Many galleries want to see the finished work (or a great concept and mock up) before they will approve a show. Kind of like writing a first novel, you have to write the novel before you can get a speck of money for writing it. Photography is an expensive endeavor. Tell her I wish her luck and not to give up!

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