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These Three Things

Two years later, I am reflecting on the day (New Year's Eve 2014) that I married Jk in the Salt Lake City Temple. There are three things I remember most about our wedding day:

1)It was absolutely freezing! The post-sealing photo portion of the day was the worst, in terms of coldness. In between photos, I wore a winter coat and my mom’s gloves. My toes were so numb that I could hardly walk. After our first set of pictures, we had gone inside the Joseph Smith Memorial Building for lunch and our photographer asked if we wanted to go back out and take more pictures with the temple. I flat-out said no.

2)I was smiling and laughing all day long. I was marrying the best person I had ever met; I was surrounded by my most favorite people in the world; and I would get to take home my very own red velvet wedding cake. I wouldn’t change a thing.

3)We were exhausted. The week before our wedding was filled with last-minute preparations and organizing our new apartment. We woke up early on the mo…