When we were married, I didn't think it was possible to love Brad any more than I did that day. But my love for him has grown every single day and I see now that it will only continue to do so.
When we were married, I loved the way Brad looked at me, like I was his world. Now I love that he not only looks at me that way, but shows me every day that I am everything he wants.
When we were married, I loved that Brad saw the very best in me and loved me for it. Now, I love that he has seen me at my lowest moments, helped me through my trials and struggles, stood by me in my less than stellar times, and still chooses to see the good and love me unconditionally through it all.
When we were married, I loved Brad's kindness and compassion. Now I see him serving in so many capacities that I'm amazed by the care and concern he is capable of. He prays with such faith that he will be led to those he can help and I love watching him bless my life as well as the lives of those around us.
When we were married, I loved that we could sit and talk for hours and that Brad could make me laugh. Now, after 730 days of joy and laughter, I love that he is the one I say good morning and good night to every day and we have still not run out of things to say to each other.
When we were married, I loved that Brad put The Lord first. Now I see him do so even when it means waking up at 5 AM to study the scriptures and pray before a crazy day of studies and work and I love him for it.
When we were married, I loved the knowlege that we were commited to each other and would one day expand our family. Now I see him fulfilling not only his role as husband, but becoming the most amazing father and my heart bursts with love and gratitude.
When we were married, I loved that we had know each other for 20 years and were the best of friends. I loved that I didn't remember my life without Brad. Now I love that I will never have to.
When we were married, I thought it was impossible to love him any more than I did. But now I see that our love grows every day and it's a love without bounds.
Happy two years!