Thursday, April 14, 2016

Marriage Poem

A few months ago I got especially bored on the bus ride and wrote a poem. It has been in my phone notes for a long time and I’ve come back to it a few times because it is missing something and sounds like I’m a marriage veteran or something, and I'm not. 

But yah, I decided to post it. I love being married to Riley and can't believe we are rounding up on 11 months of being wed! I'm grateful for the good and bad days and that we always have each other at the end of the day and forever.


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