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About Time

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About Time

So I figured it’s about time I get back to my blog. So much has happened since my last post - I can’t believe how quickly 6 months flew by! Ezra and I went to India, had Christmas and New Years in Perth, a trip to Hawaii in March, and a few more trips are slowly being booked in for the rest of the year. Life has been busy (but how boring would life be if it wasn’t) and we are just so grateful for this life we get to live, and excited for all the adventures to come. The main reason I decided to do my ‘first post back’ this week, is because we just had our 4th wedding anniversary on the 26th April. Seriously - where does time even go? But Ezra keeps giving me a hard time thinking I have no idea how long we have been married for based on the below post from Facebook last year:


So pretty much this post is me just letting you all know I do actually have a slight idea of what is going on, and at least I know what date our wedding anniversary is. Go me.

When I look back even further though it’s SO crazy to think we have been dating since 2009 (well technically Feb 2010 as dad wouldn’t let me date Ezra until my bedroom was tidy - #truestory haha) But that aside, I love looking back and seeing how far we have come. How far we have come in our looks, our fashion, hairstyles, but more importantly how far we have grown as a couple. How much we have helped shape and change each other for the better, even when we haven’t always wanted to be.


Now in saying that, some people believe you should never go into a relationship wanting to change somebody, that you need to love and appreciate them for who they are. Which is true, but personally I would hate to be in a relationship with somebody who never changed. And I’d agree that you shouldn’t date or marry someone ‘hoping’ they will change into the person you want them to be. But if you love someone completely where they are at, and in being together you change each other for the better through the different seasons of life - well I’d say that’s what a relationship is all about.

So to start off my blogs again and to celebrate our wedding anniversary, it only seems right to thank my incredible husband Ezra. Thank you for always pushing me to be better, and helping me realise the potential within me - this blog post is for you. Thank you for helping shape me into the person I am today and for letting me share our crazy life online! You are the best.


Ok don’t worry that’s the end of the soppy anniversary post.

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jolovesboots xx