Most don't think to prepare for the reality that will set in after the honeymoon. It's bliss, and joy, and pure ecstasy in those moments of exchanging vows and dancing under the moon. And then reality sets in when you go back to jobs and laundry and paying the bills. And before you know it you might find yourself crying over socks that weren't picked up or a word said without thinking. But hang in there, dear heart. Yours is a love that can overcome dirty bathrooms, and financial stress, and thoughtless words. Yours is a love that can endure the yuck and soar in the good times. Devotion is a work in progress and a daily choice. ❤️ • Married folks: If you have a story of the moment reality set in after the wedding that you're willing to share, I'd love for you to below! I know it would be so heartening for those new brides/wives to know they're not alone.
When Nolan and I moved into our first place together, I was overwhelmed and excited, but most of all I wondered how I was going to make this completely new place feel a little more like home. Decorating for holidays and having friends over to entertain eventually breaks in that “new house” feeling, but I didn’t want to wait for those milestones to start feeling cozy in our little haven! Today on the blog I’m sharing my top 5 tips for How To Make Your First House Feel Like Home and even sneaking in a couple photos I quickly snapped this afternoon of my own historic loft! Check it out at the active link in my profile if you'd like to see 🤗🏠
Nothing could be more anticipated than a life of unpredictable kisses and unpredictable laughter.
Well hey there, Friday! Thinking I might pour myself a glass of wine and wander off into this dreamy view for the weekend. Anytime I can find a cozy spot covered in some sort of greenery you know that I'm a happy camper. What's on your Friday agenda, friends?