On saying yes (part II).

2010: We got married on a special hill outside a special town.

Year 0: Moscow, Idaho

2011: We ate the remnants of our year-old wedding cake in broad daylight at midnight on a mountain…then stood beside our brother and new sister-in-law as they began their life together.

Year 1 (2011): Hatcher Pass, Alaska

2012: We’re celebrating two years of adventure (and many to come) on the coast of southern California. Tonight we dined at a restaurant where Nick’s grandfather courted his grandmother in 1946. Tomorrow, we will road trip north to witness the marriage of two of our dearest friends.

20120626-235156.jpg Year 2 (2012): The Marine Room in La Jolla, California[/caption]

To me, there is no better way to celebrate the decision we made on June 26, 2010, than to:

  • travel somewhere beautiful,
  • laugh, cry, dance, and delight at a wedding that celebrates two people we love,
  • have an adventure

So….someone better go ahead and book their wedding for the last week in June in 2013 so that we can carry on this tradition!

And in the meantime,

Happy 2nd anniversary to the one who has my yes.

i thank You God for most this amazing day:
for the leaping greenly spirits of trees
and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything
which is natural which is infinite which is yes

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3 responses to “On saying yes (part II).”

  1. Dad says :

    Celebrate, be happy, be yourselves, live, share, love. Faith, Hope, and Love, and the greatest of these…….

    From the Palouse, to the Research Triangle, to the Gold Coast, to wherever you go, take the love and the rest will follow.

    Proud of both of you, in awe of your will, inspired by your faith.

    Loving you always. Daddio

  2. Jeannie Farmer says :

    Happy Anniversary to two of my favorite people! glad you are enjoying such a great trip on your 2nd anniversary! Mom

  3. Jerrie says :

    Jenna and Nick – Happy Anniversary (LATE)!! I’m sorry I didn’t get your card sent – I was on Lake Powell having a grand time in the sun and didn’t even have cell service to be able to call you. I remember your wonderful day so well and love being able to keep track of your adventures!! Celebrate every day you have, time goes by so quickly! Love to you both!
    Aunt Jerrie (Uncle Ted too!).

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