As my living room is exploding with moving boxes – and packed away is my precious photography equipment and cooking supplies… I’m
- A) realizing I can’t provide any recipe posts for at least a week… and
- B) feeling nostalgic over leaving this first chapter of our life together behind.
So.. I figure I will take this time to update Kitchen Of Eatin with the personal blog posts I wrote when we were first married…
Here’s my first ever post: wedding, our first apartment, and our first babies… yes our cats… both have sadly moved on … I am sad. 4 realz… I loved those stupid cats, and honestly… sometimes I hated them too. <– The ultimate love/hate relationship.
Let’s travel back in time 2 years: Monday November 10, 2013:
Life as a Williams Month Two
I’ve attempted blogging before, and I wasn’t so great at keeping up with it… but I wanted to try it one more time, because I don’t want my future children to ask me why I never made a blog for our family someday. So here’s to my next try at blogging!
This has been our life so far… over the month and a half that we’ve been married:
The wedding was amazing… it was the craziest and best day of my entire life. I checked the weather from my phone the entire week as it said 30% chance of rain, and I prayed that it would just drizzle if anything. Well the big day came and the morning was beautiful. I was ecstatic. I looked up and thanked Jonny for his wedding present to me. Things were never so straight forward with Jonny though; he always liked to stir the pot, and so shame on me for forgetting that little detail! We arrived at the temple in Oakland, and it was starting to look gloomy. Our sealing ceremony in the temple was amazing (the most peaceful and spiritual part of the day), but it lasted much longer than expected. By the time we came out of the temple our wedding party and guests were waiting for almost an hour… IN THE POURING RAIN! I was devastated about the weather, but also feeling blessed that I just married the man of my dreams for time and all eternity in the place I have always wanted to get married.
Fortunately the weather cleared a little bit to snap a few pictures. Even if we didn’t get some of the pictures we originally planned for, they turned out perfect!