A Letter to My Husband - Three Years Later

Handsome Steve,
You, you are ah-mazing! I love how people fall in love with you the moment they have a conversation with you. You are one of the most real people I know. You don't seem to care what people think, especially when you wear your pjs and crocs to run an errand. I even say your outfit is silly, yet you walk in confidence ((as you should)).

You have taught me to be more gracious. You have built me up in God's word. You remind me that my self-worth is not in what people say, but what God says.

You forgive me when my mouth speaks quicker than my brain can control. You give me second chances when my sighs are heavier than my smiles.

In the last three years we have grown deeper. We seriously have become the best of friends ((we should probably get matching necklaces, yours can say BEST and mine FRIENDS)). We have high school as a sweet memory but are future ones hold even more as long as we continue to invest in our marriage. More importantly, as we continue to pursue a life deeply rooted in who God has created for us to be.

XO - here's to many more years!

So last month, we celebrated marriage. We celebrated us. We celebrated three years as Mr. and Mrs. We celebrated our growth. We celebrated each other. And we were fortunate enough to celebrate on the east coast. A little of my heart is in Boston and Portland (Maine).

Enjoy the photos.

I found a handmade shop
I enjoyed the T in Boston

Storviks Visit the East Coast // Sneak Peek

I am watching Monday night football here in Maine, well by watching I mean doing other things with it on in the background yelling out a yahoo when necessary! How does anyone on the east coast stay up late enough to finish the games on Monday night...

We leave tomorrow late afternoon and it's always bittersweet. I am excited to be in my own home but it's always hard to leave a place that your heart has fallen in love with. Boston was simply amazing, busy and charming. Coastal Maine was unique, quiet and beautiful.

Here's a sneak peek into our travels in Boston and Coastal Maine //  "...I cannot endure to waste anything so precious as autumnal sunshine by staying in the house. So I have spent almost all the daylight hours in the open air." // Nathaniel Hawthorne 

with joy,
aneta nina