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Snow Day

This was what will probably be one of the last snow days that Kit & I will get to experience for a while since we’re moving down to Charleston this summer.  After three years, I finally  got Kit out in the snow for hours of play.  We just came back from a Broadway at the Peace Center, Wicked. We had snow driving into Greenville and snow coming back.  What is amazing is that Clemson got the “least” amount of snow in the state, the Columbia with 9″, Charleston with 4″ in this freak snow storm.  Guess it really was Snowpacalypse 2010.

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Introduction

So, Nathan and I are getting married June 19, 2010. I mean, it’s kinda a big deal. And, I am so pumped! I feel amazingly lucky. Nathan is so wonderful and perfect for me. I decided tonight that we needed to start a blog so you could easily keep up with what was going in our lives as we embark on our journey together. I found this quote recently, and it perfectly describes how I feel about Nathan:

“That thing, that moment, when you kiss someone and everything around you becomes hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this person, and you realize that this person is the only person that you’re supposed to kiss for the rest of your life. And for one moment you get this amazing gift, and you want to laugh, and you want to cry, because you feel so lucky that you found it and so scared that it will go away all at the same time.”
-Never Been Kissed

So, now that I’ve been totally mushy, I’ll fill you in on the beginning. Nathan and I met freshman year at Clemson through a mutual friend. We started spending a lot of time together with groups of friends but we were both interested in other people. Those flames were quickly snuffed out because we started dating in November of freshman year. And, to those friends ::cough::Carmen, Brandon, Erica::cough:: who made bets on how long Nathan I would last (I think the longest guess was 2 weeks), PAY UP! This is forever and I can’t wait 🙂

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