To My Future Husband, I'm Praying For Our Life Together Already
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To My Future Husband, I'm Praying For Our Life Together Already

Our life together is not only something I am hoping for, but what I am praying for.

To My Future Husband, I'm Praying For Our Life Together Already
Mya Weatherby

Dear Future Husband,

As you know, I am your future wife. To me, being a wife is one of the most important roles to have in my life. Being a wife means I have made a covenant with you stating that I will be by your side in everything and through everything. Because I know that this is very important, I want you to know that every moment of every day I am thinking about how my present is going to affect my future with you. How I choose to communicate with people, how I treat myself and others, or even the standards I have for the man I am going to marry, It is all to make sure our future together gears toward the best we can be.

By now you probably know that my relationship with God is the most important relationship I will ever have and I pray that your relationship with him is that important as well. For as long as I can remember I have been praying for you. Praying that I am prepared and deserving of how amazing of a man I know you are going to be, and with that comes a prayer of me being and becoming the best woman of God that you desire. I don't only pray for you but for our relationships with each other's families.

Family is very important to me and I hope it is for you as well. I desire to have kids that also recognize the importance of family and to feel loved and supported by their parents. Being an only child, it isn't surprising that I have a desire to have a large family. Thinking about all of the fun will have together and the trips will take, it all excites me! I can't wait to see you with our kids being their father, loving them and comforting during their hardest times. Having those dinners where the kids are just being kids and in the midst of it all, I get to see your face at the other end of the table, feeling even more amazed and blessed to get to spend the rest of my life with you.

With the realization and belief in us being together for the rest of our days, there are things that you are probably going to find out along the way if you haven't already. I am an introvert. Yes, that may be hard to believe but it is the truth. I need to often be alone or just some quiet time to regain energy to be around people. Because I do love people and interacting with new people, a lot of the times I won't listen to myself telling me I need to slow down and take some time for myself. In those cases, you may need to hold me accountable. Accountability is something I want for both of us and that we are there to push each other towards the best versions of ourselves. Whether it is how we eat, staying in shape by working out, or even doing counseling just because we want to make sure we are communicating to the best of our ability.

All of this, I am willing to do for us.

A big thing to know is, I am a woman of simplicity and sentiment. I love to thrift shop and not spend a lot of money just to please society. I enjoy doing things for others, even if that means cooking for someone or giving up something of my own. Even just sitting down with a stranger who looks like they need someone to just listen to them, I want to be that person for people if I can. Those things may seem small to most, but those are things that I believe have great meaning and value. I enjoy small gestures with significant meaning. I don't need you to buy me dozens of flowers or a bunch of diamonds to show your love. I don't need the largest home or the most money. I just want you, it's that simple.

I can't wait for our life together,

Your loving wife.

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