Love: A cause for celebration
Today I will be celebrating the second wedding in less than a week. It’s always nice to be able to celebrate the good, instead of mourning over the bad. With all of the weddings I get to attend this year, I can’t help but wonder when my turn will be.
Don’t get me wrong, that isn’t meant to be interpreted as something depressing, in fact, it’s far from it. I’m eager and anxiously waiting for the day when I get married and get a chance to hopefully start a family.
I’ve often wondered what my future bride would be like. Will she be short with brown hair, or tall with blonde hair and blue eyes? I’ve never been one to search out a certain type of woman, so the possibilities really are endless.
If you would’ve asked me ten years ago where I’d be now, I would have imagined that by time I turned 26, I would be working a great job, be married and have a child. Looks like that’s three strikes for me.
But I’m still optimistic, and far from worrying about specifics about my future. I know my one day will come, and I greatly look forward to it. So until then, I’ll join in the celebration of those around me, as we rejoice not only in the love they have found, but the love they will continue to share.