Charming Charleston (part 2)

The main event of our trip to Charleston was my cousin’s wedding. It was held at a small plantation home on the river, with broad, sweeping trees and a great view of the marshes. We ate the best catered food I’ve ever had. The mosquitoes ate us.

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Sometimes it feels like Andy and I have been to a million weddings and should, as a different cousin once said, be “married by proxy.” Sometimes it feels like we are.

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Of course there’s no way to know exactly what the future holds. We can only hope and dream and talk and plan. And when things change, we adapt. Together. That’s how we’ve gotten through 6+ years. It isn’t magic.

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Or maybe it is.

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14 Comments

  1. So sweet :) I’ve always believed that love has its own special magic, the kind that lifts you up and grounds you at the same time. You and Andy are such a great example of that!

  2. Thanks, everybody! I always feel a bit weird about being publicly… “mushy,” but sometimes things just need to be said. Simply because they are felt.

  3. Communication is one the ways to keep the relationship alive and strong. You look so great together and so happy. May you enjoy more weddings.

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