Prologue: I Do

In the short year Taylor and I had been together, my life had changed so much that if I were glancing down upon myself, I would have hardly recognized my own life. We had been through so much together, it felt like I had spent half a life time with him. And I didn’t mind at all, in fact, I couldn’t imagine my life without him.

I had been through so much in my life, and he stuck with me through every single moment of it all. To be honest, I didn’t think I could have done it all without him.

I have no idea who or what brought him to me, but I thanked my lucky stars for him every day. He loved me unconditionally, and I loved him so much at times my chest ached to think about it.

And from the moment he stood across from me and the moment we both said “I do” in that adorable little church on second street, I knew I was the luckiest woman alive. I just knew that there was no question in his voice when he promised to love me forever. And when I agreed to the same eternity, he could be equally sure of my words.

Our honeymoon had been nothing short of paradise. Ten days alone with him was my idea of pure heaven. There were no distractions; I had him all to myself as we laid on the beach and spent romantic evenings out.

There was no doubt in my mind that I loved him more and more each day.

But suddenly we were faced with a challenge I don’t think either of us ever expected. I knew I was absolutely terrified about the changes that we were about to face.

There was a part of me that knew I should be absolutely positive that we could pull through… but there was a larger part of me—the part that was scared to death about the upcoming challenges—was terrified that something might just possibly be strong enough to come between us.

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