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My Dear Sarah

S + J

Seven years after our first date, I’m still so happy to have found you. You make every day — even the really crappy ones — wonderful.

Happy first date anniversary, baby!

Han Sparato Per Primo

Even though we have about 20 prints that need framing and hanging, Sarah got me this badass unofficial Italian Star Wars poster for our anniversary. It’s going to look super tight hanging over the desk in my office, isn’t it?

Okay. You have no idea what my office looks like. But trust me, it’s going to look great.

Best. Wife. Ever.

Nuxx Mug

I am very jealous of Sarah’s new coffee mug

Six Years On…

It’s weird how, if you really think about it, you never really feel like yourself until you meet the person who completes you.

The me that Sarah met, face to face, for the first time six years ago was a broken man. Unhappy about so many things. Feeling lost and listless and just sort of drifting through life as a childish, self-centered, slob.

But she gave me something to be happy about. She cradled and loved this broken fool until I became a better man. It took a good long while, but she held on and never gave up on me.

Now I know that sometimes I’m (still) not the best man that I could be. But I always try to do better. For her. Considering what she’s done for me though, trying doesn’t seem like enough. I owe her so much more than that.

That’s why I’m writing this post. Consider it a public declaration, if you will, of my plan to be not just a better man. For all the love and kindness and patience and heart you’ve shown me over the years, Sarah, I’m going to be the best man.

Not the best man possible. That shit won’t fly. The best man. Period.

It really is the least I can do considering everything you’ve done, and continue to do, for me…

Happy Valentine’s Day, my love. My heart is forever yours.

Goodbye, Betty Jean


I just found out that my grandma Betty passed away this morning and I am absolutely gutted. I knew this day was coming and I tried bracing myself for it, but the very second I heard the news, my heart started to ache. Knowing that I’ll never get to see her smile or share a laugh with her again feels like almost too much to bear.

She was one of the most influential people in my life and now she’s gone. At least she gets to be with my grandpa Bill now. I know that’s what she wanted the most.

I love you, grandma.

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