Reposted from @audreyroloff – We celebrate today like it’s a national holiday every year😜 Because we believe anniversaries are important and worth celebrating big💗 Happy 5 year anniversary @jeremyroloff (swipe ➡️for some nostalgia😭) I love growing with you, working with you, playing with you, learning with you, dreaming with you, adventuring with you, and I love loving you. I’m so honored to live this life alongside you. I’m inspired by who you are and who you are becoming and so grateful that you’re my best friend. Thank you for cherishing and challenging me and loving me so patiently, creatively, intentionally and faithfully. I love you more and more each year Jeremy. “Locking it in” today😍 ‘If it’s half as good as the half we’ve known, here’s hail to the rest of the road.’ 🥂
“Our big day was full of blessings, joy, celebration, and love. We didn’t want it to end, but we were encouraged that even though the day was ending, our marriage had just begun! Moments before we walked through a tunnel of sparklers to our getaway car, it caught my eye. That typewriter. The typewriter Jeremy used to write me love letters and poems. The typewriter that revealed the words, “Will you marry me?” The typewriter that made our relationship more meaningful and memorable than we ever imagined it could be. It will always carry such valiant symbolism in our marriage. To this day, it sits on the entryway table in our home, reminding us to continue writing our love letter life and reminding us of this truth: to find and still seek, now that is love.” #ALoveLetterLife #beating50percent #alwaysmore #stayingido – #regrann
Reposted from @jeremyroloff – It’s been one of the wildest few weeks we’ve had in a while. Lots has happened. We’ve experienced the heights and depths of emotion, the joys of new beginnings and the sorrows of unexpected endings. Life tends to hit overdrive at times and we are left to react how we know best. Our reactions can teach us a lot about ourselves. They are truthful, unbiased indicators of our emotional and spiritual health. But that’s for another post.
This post is in honor of our five year wedding anniversary. Amidst the wild seas we were able to steal away for a night to celebrate, reflect, and rest. If you told me on our wedding day 5 years ago we’d do all we’ve done these last 5 years I’da laughed. But as the saying goes, people dramatically over estimate what they can do in one year and dramatically underestimate what they can do in five. And what a ride it’s been these last 5 years. I’m looking forward to the next five. “If the next half is half as good as the half we’ve known, here‘s Hail! To the rest of the road.” There’s no one else I’d rather have at the helm of life with me than you – happy 5 years Audrey.