Fourteen years ago, Trey and I were married in a little town in Mexico surrounded by family and friends.
Last Thursday, some sweet friends kept the kids so we could sneak away for a night and celebrate.
And fish. We've found when we get away, we need to plan an activity. Otherwise, we end up with these...
Oh, I kid. Trey loves to bass fish but has been so crazy busy lately, he hasn't had a chance to go so we went to a friend's lake house for a little chillaxin with our tackle boxes.
This was Trey's first catch of the day. It took him 1.4 seconds to catch it.
Mine was a clam.
Somewhere in the lake, in one of the underwater convention centers, this clam had attended a motivational seminar where he had heard the quote, "you miss 100 percent of the worms you don't take a shot at..." and he just went for it. My bait was twice his size but I liked his moxy.
Here was my first fish. I was pretty excited. The fish did not share my emotion.
Nevertheless, we had a great time and enjoyed the rare opportunity to look each other in the eye and actually finish a sentence without being interrupted.
After fourteen years, I love the man more today than the day I married him. He points me to Christ, challenges me, loves me when I'm unlovable, and has given me some pretty incredible children.
Looking forward to many, many more with him by my side.
Thanks to all of you who were so encouraging to my brother and ya'll asked some great questions. His answers are all ready and will be up tomorrow morning!