Our biggest adventure as a couple (not counting the adventure of being in a long distance relationship or the adventure of preparing to get married) has so far probably been the trip that our community group took to Yosemite National Park last summer. This post deserves more text, but what with it being 2 weeks until I leave SF, there’s no time. Maybe post-wedding we’ll come back and edit it (or, if anyone would like to be an alert reader, they could email me for a guest account!).
But in the end, every body made it back alive. Including the bear that Anna saw.
Thursday night, May 2, 2008. 3 weeks and 2 days until Jordan and I get married. Wow! Still hard to believe.
But everything is coming together, little by little. That reminds me, thank you SO much for all the gifts that have been given to us already. We are grateful to God for our wonderful friends and family. Jordan was in California for her last (God willing) pre-married visit, and we spent several hours over the weekend unpacking gifts that had been given to us. Here’s a picture of the empty boxes in a pile in my garage.
This weekend we also started making significant progress on our order of service. If you want to sing along with the songs, here are links to three of them: “O Love That Will Not Let Me Go”, “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”, and “In Christ Alone” (first verse with the author, whole song).
Update (May 5, 2008): I’ve been working on the order of service for the wedding. I just finished entering the music for the three songs above; click for PDFs: O Love That Will Not Let Me Go Music, Come Thou Fount Music, In Christ Alone Music.
Check back for more updates!