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A Penny For Your Thoughts - Wedding Updates To Come and Inspiration

I am back and aiming to keep you much more updated on the goings on in the Roger abode.  That's right, I am officially Mrs. Ryan Rogers!  So Surreal... It feels like it was a long time coming, but in reality we have not hit 3 years together yet!  Being a Mrs. is overwhelming in the best way.  I am overwhelmed with my love for Bill and the fact that we get to spend life together... It's almost too much for my heart to imagine. 

I am happy to report I had the most lovely wedding that ever existed.  For me, it could not have been more perfect.

Honestly, I feel like it was a dream come true and I have to pinch myself often.  While I was prepared for something to go entirely wrong, the food to be ruined, my dress to rip, and people to be standing around not having a good time - none of those things happened.  In fact, everything went better than expected.


To start back on this blogging train, I want to update you on each item involved in the wedding; and while I am not sure how to tackle it yet, I know I am going to try.  Wedding week, the wedding day, our honeymoon, and life since we returned are what I hope to give you a glimpse into this week, as best I can.  Be prepared for lots of swooning and an over pouring of my heart about my love for Bill and the amount that it completes me.  I love coming home to his smiling face!

I hope to give you tons to read about in the coming months and to find my voice all over again.  I have missed consistently pouring my heart out and I think I am struggling with processing because once I discovered this nothing has fulfilled me quite the same.  Pray for me to push through this block and find my way back to writing.  I have plenty of inspiration surrounding me, I just need to tap into it!

Check back with me tomorrow :)  Get used to it!

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