We did meet and spend time with our families: taken in a local old bookstore: After much discussion with our schedules, our bosses, our priesthood leaders, and each other, we settled on four options for wedding dates.
Some of those things we have chosen to share below (see the sections for “The Decorations”, “The Invitations”, “The Rings”, and “The Dress”).It was a moment of deep peace, of knowing, of remembering. We spent the week together, a week I will never forget.That’s when I wrote , the story of our week together meeting our families and getting engaged, writing our story so that I always would remember, so that I would never forget, so that our story of our very own week would be written down, documented, passed down, shared with those who wanted to remember what it was like to fall in love and enjoy every minute of it.In January 2011, I accidentally got a second job working at LDS Family Services a few hours a week.
I really wasn’t trying, and it really was an accident, but that’s another story.
The point is that’s where I met Nathan’s cousin, Dan.