I think that there must be many times in a marriage when you look at your spouse and you truly know that they have your back. That they love you, flaws, illnesses, quirks and all. And it is in the safety, the comfort of that love that you are able to grow strong again, to heal.
The vows we made to each other on that hot July day, are not just a group of words, a pretty sentence. They are real, they have meaning and are to be lived. I have witnessed in our marriage how when one is weak, the other one is strong and helps pick up the slack. But never before has there been a time in our marriage when not only was one weak, but one was not able to participate in the day to day basics of life. Not until two weeks ago.
I am thankful for a husband who has graciously and lovingly, without complaint, taken care of me and our children during these last few difficult weeks. He is my partner, my best friend, greatest fan, hero and forever love.
I love you honey Trent, now and forever!