10 Facts About Me and My Better Half

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I met my husband while he was in seminary. No, we did not “get together” at that time, he was a seminiarian! I had no thoughts of that at all.


We never dated. We saw each other again (after he discerned that he was not called to the priesthood) and knew that we were supposed to be married.


The only time we argue is when I start it. Even then, it is usually one sided, with me doing all the talking. He is usually right, most of the time.


We were married on October 2, 2004 in Lafayette, Indiana at the beautiful St. Boniface Church surrounded by our beautiful family and friends.


Since our wedding day, we have had seven different addresses in four different states. We move an average of every 18 months. Usually while I am pregnant or nursing a wee one.  The last move was the biggest move, from Ohio to South Georgia and I was eight months pregnant.


Joshua has no problem with coming home from work and making dinner. He doesn’t have to do this often, as I make dinner most nights. It helps out though on those few days I am too lazy/busy to make something.


We are working our way through the Star Trek Series. We have watched all of Enterprise, The Original Series and  The Next Generation. We are almost done with Deep Space 9 and half way through Voyager. Yes, we are dorks.


Joshua has “caught” each of our babies, at home.With Caecilia, he did it all on his own, as our midwife had not arrived when Caecilia decided she was not hanging on any longer.


Joshua has no problems with helping me fold laundry, change diapers, wash dishes or vacuuming.


Joshua is the best helpmate I could have ever asked for and he is doing his best to drag me to heaven.

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1 Comment

  1. Number 5 sounds familiar! I’m glad we’re not the only ones always moving.

    Great list!!!

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