What makes something a “date night”? For parents, it’s no kids. But if you’re a kid-less couple like Alex and I, by that definition, every night is date night. And while I love eating Jack’s pizza and watching Netflix at home, that kind of evening definitely doesn’t count. (Let’s be real: that’s just every night.)… Continue reading Date Night at the Ballpark
It all started with a question. Alex and I were walking around the neighborhood after dinner. We were both quiet. To jumpstart conversation, I asked him about some snippet of football news I had heard. Not that I really cared. We could talk about anything; I just wanted to connect with him. Sports news seemed like the… Continue reading On Dumb Questions and Endless Discoveries
You could say this story starts, as many of the best stories do, with a wedding. That wedding was mine. It was a Friday evening in January. We got married in a chapel full of white flowers and candles. The music was beautiful, the speeches happy, the cupcakes delicious. I’d married the most handsome, sweet… Continue reading What Just Happened?