Monday, September 15, 2008

Look how far we've made it.

We beat the odds together! I am so glad we didn't listen, just look at what we would be missin'. Hey someone should write that down. It would make a good song. No seriously. We did beat the odds together-Chad and I. So many cards were staked against us, and we are still fighting those who say that we shouldn't be together. But I have laughed harder, loved stronger, cryed freer, and felt safer then with anyone ealse ever. If you believe in soul mates, then that is the only way I can discribe Chad and I. We need each other and we support each other. We started out in love and have become more and more in love each passing year. I am not always the nicest, and best wife that I could be. But Chad makes me want to continue in the hopes of becoming the best wife in creation. We have fought against lack of family support, health, finances, and so many other obsticals. He is the only one for me. I will take all of the obsticals I can to be able to sleep next to him for the rest of my life. When you look at Lauren and Evan, then how can you argue the fact that we shouldn't be together. Those two are proff positive that Chad and I are perfect for each other.



And look how our family has grown! I love my family. The sight of them makes my heart hurt. I would never have believe it possible to love so much. To be blessed enough to have all that I do have, it almost doesn't see fair. Look at my little babies faces. To love Chad and have him love me seems like a gift enough. But our kind of love is the gift that keeps on giving. I was given two very speacial children. There is no one like them anywhere at all. There is a little bit of me, a little bit of Chad and a whole lot of love.

So people in Beverly Hills, keep your millions and your mansions. I don't want them. I have it all. Priceless love that can not be bought or sold. Just cherished. And I do. Every second of everyday.

8 comments:

Justin, Michelle, & Colby... said...

Cute pictures! Justin's favorite is the funny face one! Ha ha! You have such a cute family!! :)

Kelly said...

I admire you so much! You are one of the most humble persons I know! Everytime I read your post I think to my self, "That is how I feel, but I could never put that into such sightful words". Thanks for sharing!

Collings Family said...

You guys are so cute you make me want to barf! J/K You make me happy for you!

Traci said...

(Not sure if you got this)Yeah we should get together soon! Maybe we could go to the zoo this week :) Kari is interested in doing a blog so I'll help her and it would be fun if Shari and Brittny had one too! Blogging is good because it's like scrapbooking but so easy to share with everyone! :) Thanks for the encouragment! I love ya! Hey Kevin videoed Carter opening Presents the whole time and didn't take any pictures...I saw yours you took tons of good ones! You think you could e-mail them to me?? :) TraciNelson22@yahoo.com

Keri Mead said...

I love how you can describe how you feel in words, I can't do that. I try but it never sounds as beautiful as yours. Hey, I'm only on like pages 20-30 of that book but it's describing my father-in-law perfectly! I hope it can help me though....

The Steele family said...

Yes I remember you. Yes my husband did have heart surgery in July he had to go get his whole plugged It was really scary but he has done so much better scene then.

Amber said...

Hi! All right, I admit it; I was blog surfing. And then I came across your page and I was so excited. I am not sure if either of you remember me. But I remember you both. I was in the Moorpark YSA Ward many years ago. I guess it wasn't that long ago but it seems like forever. At the time I think my sisters and I were affectionately called the "Jones Girls" but I am a Brunson now. Anyways, it was wonderful to catch up (is it called catching up if I surf your blog?) and I am glad your family is doing so well.

Celeste said...

You have such a great way of putting how you feel into words. It's very touching. You have a very cute family.