A weekend of bliss

“I have found the one my soul loves” – Song of Solomon 3:4

This past weekend was amazing. Whitney and I went to our first friends wedding, I say friend because Whitney and I were invited not our family or parents so we felt like big girls attending Hunter and Harrison’s big day. And what a day it was! Whitney and I rode to the ceremony with our friend Anna-Louise and were instantly connected with old friends. It was great to see so many girls who graduated last year that were Pi Phis with us and lots of current Baylor friends too. When we sat down I got nervous jitters for Hunter. She has been such a beautiful encourager to me and I always love hearing her Harrison stories. I was honored to be invited.

When Harrison and the groomsmen came out it was obvious how excited/nervous Harrison was which made all the girls sitting around me swoon…myself included! And when Hunter came down the aisle the waterworks started. I don’t say that lightly either, the look on Harrison’s face would move anyone to tears. He finally had his bride. The most beautiful bride. The ceremony was gorgeous, the preacher pointing to Christ in all that he said. Our beloved Jillian Edwards sang, ‘Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus’ while Hunter and Harrison prayed together. That was by far my favorite part of the night. It gives me chills thinking about it. A beautiful picture of a couple who chose Gods way, preparing to live the rest of their lives as one. WOW. It was just a testament to all God has done for them in their dating relationship. The whole time I was drawn closer and closer to Jesus. It was amazing. Thank you Hunter and Harrison for allowing the Warren twins to be apart of your special day! Honored.

I also enjoyed all the time I had with my family this weekend, including a Saturday morning walk with my Dad. I love time with you Dad! Especially if I get it all by myself:) We walked the Katy Trail and he told me all about the exciting transitions happening at PCBC. You know how sometimes you talk to someone and as you listen to them you recognize their passions? I’m reminded of that a lot when I talk to my Dad. His passions come out in every conversation you have with him, it’s like he can’t not talk about what God is doing in Dallas. I love that about him and I hope I can be even a tiny bit like that!

This week is busy and next week starts up Pigskin practice every night for give or take 2 hours. I’m enjoying every second.

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