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Let the Journey Begin!

I'd like to start from the beginning of journey so bear with me as I backtrack a bit.

Jon and I started out life together as husband and wife in Inlet Beach, FL, on April 24. If you want to hear how we got to that point, you'll have to check out our wedding webpage.

My dreams of the fairytale love finally came true! The dress was slightly different from when I was younger though. The following is a picture of me at age 5 and then 20 years later when I said "I do."


We had abnormally crazy weather with 30-40 mph winds and pending thunderstorms all day, but luckily the rain held off until we were making our exit and were on our way to enjoy our honeymoon in St. Thomas and the Virgin Islands. We absolutely LOVED or time in St. Thomas, St. John and the BVI and can't wait to return! If you're looking for a wonderful vacation spot, I would definitely suggest St. Thomas and the Virgin Islands. The food was the great, all the beaches were beautiful and everyone was so friendly. Plus you're only a boat ride from other islands, so you can island hop and not feel stuck at your hotel the whole time!


We are currently living in Enid, OK, where Jon is a flight commander for the 32nd flight training squadron. I am getting the house all settled and keeping our new puppy, Remington "Remi," company for the meantime.

Needless to say, he's grown very comfortable in his new home and has been a wonderful addition to our new family :)

He makes my heart smile :)
This is just one of the many AMAZING photographs by our photographer, Leslie Roark. To view the wedding slideshow go here.


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