2 Minute Read
At the airport, very early this morning, I ran into two wonderful couples.
One on the way to see their daughter play volleyball for her college, and the other taking their son to visit one.
They were excited, expectant and looking forward to a great time together in spite of the ungodly hour.
We had just minutes to exchange pleasantries.
These are those little moments as a couple, that sometimes get lost in the hustle. Those times when we-are-on-the-same-team.
They’re the kind of moments we’ll reflect on years from now and realize they weren’t so little after all.
The moments we wake up at 4am….and remember we wouldn’t want to run this race with anyone else.
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Lisa considers herself a “writer-in-progress.” As creator of I Do Part Two, she hopes I Do Part Two will be the conduit through which others feel compelled to share their story. She resides in Oregon, and recently recommitted to her husband and best friend for the 28th year; together they have 3 growing children who still live full or part-time in their nest. Lisa also contributes to Her View From Home. She’s motivated by the quote, “What will the world miss if you don’t tell your story?”-Donald Miller