That’s Mickey Once upon a time I became yours and you became mine poster. I love my husband so much. He’s not perfect but he’s mine and that’s all that matters to me. Flaws he has, but his qualities overflow them. He is mine and I am his. I WILL LOVE YOU TILL ETERNITY AND BEYOND. No one thought we’d go through with it. But to us nothing’s changed but us sharing our last name. The love is always there with or without the legal documents of Marriage. I love my HUSBAND, not because he’s my husband, but because he is my heart, my best friend, my soul mate.
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The minute I saw him on our first date I knew I was going to marry him. I still remember swooning over that sexy man in a t-shirt and jeans sporting a ball cap. In true Mormon fashion I waited an entire 6 months to propose. When we matched my residency in Texas we were excited but felt a gut punch to our stomachs knowing in Texas our only chance for marriage was through a federal ruling. Then in January of 2015 Teds home state of Florida finally legalized. Three years ago today we finally were married, less than a month before the Supreme Court ruling. We’d already been together for 5 years and so you’d think nothing would change, but now we have our personal vows and commitments to each other to remember and to fulfill. Each decision had a wonderful sense of unspoken unity.
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We are fortunate in that we’ve never questioned each other’s love or devotion to each other. We also learned to actively communicate everything, and allow everything open to being discussed. Absolutely nothing is off the table. The years have been filled with ups and downs, arguments and resolutions, but we found the core of all of our arguments is us both just wanting to have more of each other in our lives, and struggling to know how to best support and communicate with each other. That’s not a bad problem to have. Knowing this is the core of most of our issues helps me see that most “issues” are simply bumps in communication in how we express and receive each other’s love. We still are working on our relationship to this day, addressing and resolving problems as they arise, some minor and some major.