I got married, for the second time on October 11, 2013. I married my best friend. The wedding was something from a fairy tale book. A room filled with love, support and family. The love was almost palatable. It was a perfect start for Tim and I.
We had know each other in College, 30 years ago...had some classes together, and even danced at the "HUB" at Plymouth State.
Our reconnection came in 2011, when I saw he was running a Push-Up for Charity event at his performance site to benefit the Wounded Warriors. "I like push-ups" I said to myself, and contacted him to be part of the event. We decided on a NH vs ME "Push-Up Off" so that we could try to raise more money. We met to go over details...he says he knew that day, he was going to marry me. I, on the other hand was coming off a long marriage and just knew this was a good man.
It didn't take long to find out what an amazing, brilliant, sensitive, caring, dedicated, passionate and hardworking man this was, I was smitten...If you want to read a little more about the moment I knew I was in love with him you can go back in my blog to February 1, 2015 and read "Love on the Rocks".
We continue to learn and grow with each other, he has taught me how to communicate better and listen more. I have learned that he will love me unconditionally...even when I get mad at him, cry for no reason, break another glass, make a "not so good" decision, turn into my alter-ego psycho woman, or want to watch Holiday Hallmark movies every night from Thanksgiving to Christmas....
We have recently begun to work together in our fitness company ATP Fitness, this brings being partners in life to a whole new meaning. We are learning to delegate responsibilities to each other, compromise, and work together on finances (something I try to run from!) It can be challenging at times for both of us, but as long as we remember our goal is to be of service to others, things fall into place
I am looking forward to continue to learn, laugh, and love with this man as we grow older. I am thankful to God and Push-Ups for bringing us together.