What will it be like? His questions never cease, and I’m running out of different ways to answer him.
You love me despite / My shortcomings, although / Failure brings me down.
Your handwriting is surprisingly elegant and neat, even though your note is written almost obscenely tinily. Your note’s message, however, is unsurprisingly direct. I take comfort in that.
Good night, / Sweetheart — I wish / You nothing but dreams filled / With happiness and peace, good things / And love.
Being married to a photographer has its benefits. One major benefit? Guaranteed, high-quality photo coverage of all the milestone events in my life, from holidays to family parties to weekend getaways.
Above the city / And by your side, I spread my / Wings — you make me fly.
I’ve never been an individual brimming with confidence. I think most people who have grown up with me or work with me or have seen me in my Performer Mode would be surprised to hear that I second-guess myself more often than not.
It’s been a long week. And I know there’s only one thing that can make me feel a bit better.
Amidst the chaos, the hustle, and bustle, / It’s easy to forget: cheers to the happy couple.
It’s nothing extravagant. But it has become something that’s ours. And that’s all that matters.