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Celebrating Three Years!

31 May

Let’s pretend I am a proactive and efficient blogger and this was actually posted Wednesday on our anniversary. Deal? Good! :)


Today marks my third year as a Morris. It hardly seems like it’s been three whole years since our wedding day, but at the same time I can’t imagine life any other way. Being Calvin’s wife is one of the greatest blessings the Lord has ever granted me. I’m so thankful He gave us marriage as a picture of our relationship with Him and as a way to daily sanctify us to be more like Jesus.

It’s hard, no doubt about it. But no matter how hard things may be, it’s equally as rewarding. Three years surely doesn’t make me an expert, but what I do know is that we love each other and work daily to die to ourselves in order to put the other first. While it certainly isn’t perfect, it sure is beautiful.

There’s no one else I’d rather do life with; thanks for choosing me to be your bride, Calvin. I love you and can’t wait to see what this next year brings our way!

P.S. If you want to see more pictures and read all about our day, go here. And if you need a wedding photographer, we loved working with Robby Followell!



Being a wife…to an avid basketball fan

26 Oct

Tonight marks the beginning of a conflict of interests in the Morris household. You see, tonight is opening night of regular season NBA games. And you see, my husband used to play basketball in high school and has been a die hard Lakers fan since he was just a small boy.

The problem? Basketball is my least favorite sport when compared among football and baseball. I’ll give up any Saturday to watch football–whether I’m in the stadium or on my couch. It doesn’t matter, it’s a wonderful sport & a regular topic on college campuses. And I was watching a full 9 innings of baseball before I even sat still through Sesame Street! But when it comes to basketball? Eh, it’s ok. Continue reading