Hello from rainy Boracay!
I left my husband (the word still has a hard time slipping out of my tongue) sleeping at our hotel and I went out for an alone time.
The past days has been a Rio Grande ride, rain pouring here and there, some wanted and mostly unwanted. Four days after the wedding and I still find myself gripping the side of this rubber boat to save myself from falling. My to-do-list keeps on getting longer, expenses remain unbalanced (thanks to my superb skill with numbers) and legal document dilemmas remain unsolved by a naive new bride.
Untold would be the varying emotions going on inside me. There are a lot to process, a lot to understand and accept. I hope this alone time gets me started.
A lot of things have changed for me in over a year. I am both scared and excited. But no matter where the wind (in this case, the rains) lead me, I rest in the knowledge that God is constant.
I praise you, Lord, for this new beginning. As I reach my third stop, I testify in God’s awesome goodness. He is indeed the Father to the fatherless.
Now a special man has entered my life and I have vowed to love and cherish him ’till forever. Journey with me as I explore this new chapter and learn the meaning of the single word I’d never imagined I could be: a wife.
My husband has now awakened and is on his way to disturb my alone time.