When I first met Brian, it was hard not to like him because he made everything fun. We could go grocery shopping together, or cook together, you know, things that are normally mundane, necessary tasks, & his energy transformed those ordinary experiences into the extraordinary. Three years later, he continues to bring joy into every single one of my days.
I am so lucky to have met the man who supports my quest for adventure unconditionally. He’ll drive two hours to surprise me at the finish line of a half marathon, then completely shock everyone by giving a 10 k a try himself. He’ll spend a cold, rainy weekend in Jasper helping me with my super heavy SCUBA equipment so I can accomplish my dream of becoming a certified open water diver, & he’s always game to help me practice my terrible Spanish. He’s the person who’ll jump in the boat beside me when I want to try ocean kayaking, & is a good sport when I decide we should hike through swarms of mosquitos. His support & unwavering confidence allow me to live life completely, richly, & with the confidence that I always have a teammate backing me up. He’s my best friend.
This summer, we began life’s greatest adventure – together. I can’t wait to see where this adventure takes us.
“A life of adventure is ours for the taking, whether we’re seven or seventy. Life for the most part is what me make it. We have been given a responsibility to live it fully, joyfully, completely, and richly, in whatever span of time God grants us on this earth.”
― Luci Swindoll