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154/365 Happy Birthday My Love

Today is Gil’s birthday. He worked a full day and we headed out to church as soon as I got home. We had our growth group orientation tonight for the upcoming semester. As I listened to the pastors talking about our responsibilities for our leadership role, I sat thinking how lucky I am. Gil and I had just moments earlier been talking about the change in our relationship since we discovered Relevant. It’s not that it was bad before we started on this journey but what was good before has become something beyond my wildest imagination since. I am so blessed to be able to grow in my relationship with my husband and best friend while discovering this new relationship with God. And the best part is that we are sharing this with each other, every step of the way.

I know it wasn’t the biggest of celebrations for his birthday, but at least we got to share the evening with each other and with some of our church family. I know how much he would have loved to have been with his kids today, but hopefully they can make up for it tomorrow.

Gil, I love you. My life is so complete because of you.

 

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5 thoughts on “154/365 Happy Birthday My Love

  1. Babe,

    I can’t believe how seven years ago today, we were total strangers. Our worlds were so far apart and our lives were at such different and aimless places. God allowed our lives to intersect so we could share this greatness together. If for no other reason than to have this movie line apply to us.

    Edward: So what happened after he climbed up the tower and rescued her?
    Vivian: She rescues him right back.

    I love you, Babe.

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    1. You know what’s funny? When I first watched Pretty Woman, I thought that was the stupidest of stupid movie lines and was so disappointed the movie ended with that. Oh how little I knew back then! It really does describe us, huh?!?

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