Tuesday, May 25, 2010


I just wanted to take a moment to blog and brag on my husband!

Sometimes if feels like we have been in the "Burg" for an eternity...other days, Bryan and I look at each other in disbelief at all that God has done in such a short amount of time.  We have experienced so much here, both good and bad, and though we would never trade our time here, it is a bit of a relief to know that our journey has come to an end.  We have been in a "waiting place" for the past five and half years, so we are thankful that God made His plan for us very clear as soon as Bryan was coming upon his last semester at Liberty.

I am so proud of Bryan and all that he has accomplished.  I don't know how he managed to do all that he did here, except by extra helpings of God's grace.  His days here consisted of waking up and going out to the backyard to work at the shop (squeezing in quiet time with God before mayhem began), coming in for lunch and studying, going back to work, then coming home to study some more. For a year, he was also planning out 3 lessons a week for teens at church, plus doing his military weekends...all the while still managing to maintain a 4.0 GPA, earn the rank of Staff Sergeant, help me at home, be a great husband, and fantastic daddy to Baby J.  He never complained about being tired or having too much to do, but just continued to push ahead, knowing that God had great things in store for him.

So, for you Bryan...

Thank you for all that you have done for Baby J and I.  You have been such a wonderful provider for us and I am forever grateful that you have allowed me to stay at home with our beautiful boy .  You have no idea how much I appreciate you and I know that I do not tell you enough.  You are one of the hardest working men that I have ever seen, and I know that the Lord is going to use you in amazing ways, and already is.  Thank you for being such a great spiritual leader both inside and outside of the home.  I praise God that you are the one that Baby J has to look up to.  I pray that I will live up to the expectations that God has for me to be the excellent wife that you deserve.  How blessed am I that the Lord gave me such a wonderful gift?!

Congratulations, my Love, on completing seminary and completing it well.  Your desire to learn about our Savior, should be an example to all of us to study God's Word fervently, to know and understand it, and to share it with those whom God places on our path.

All of My Love to You,


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