Jun 22, 2014

Simple Things Sunday:
Important in my Life

Happy Sunday to all!
My life wouldn't be complete without the important people in my life.

This is true about my little family, Marc my husband and Riley our furry child, I love these two to pieces. I remember my parents always saying, "when you choose that person you want to spend the rest of you life with.. be ready to make them your number one priority." That saying always stuck to me and I never understood how parents and siblings would't be more important than a partner, but I do now. I definitely see how a partner becomes a priority. How could they not, you spend countless hours with them, sleep together, eat together, share so many memories together, they become your lifelong partner. I think this is a big secret, or not so much a secret, to keep a marriage strong and full of love. Don't get me wrong the rest of my family is extremely important, but Marc owns that priority spot in my life. I hold a special place for each and every family member in my heart including god and my little furry child, Riley. When the little ones (human little ones) actually make it, how will things change? 
For now i'll stick to the Mr. and the furry child :)

Just a side note, this is one of my favorite pictures of us!One of our family traditions is to take holiday pictures every year. I love outdoor portraits and here in Arizona we have incredible backdrops. This picture was taken in December out in the middle of the Sonoran Desert with the beautiful saguaros and a stunning sunset. I can't wait to start looking for our next spot for this year's holiday pictures. 

Thanks for reading
Have a great Sunday :)


  1. How true, Rosy! It is so crazy how you never knew how much you could love and prioritize a person until you meet your spouse. Little ones do change things, but it is worth it! I am so thrilled and encouraged when Josh (my husband) gets down on his hands and knees with our son, or sits him on his lap to read a story together. I love him for the dad that he is as well. It adds a new dynamic! Yes, it has its challenges and sometimes we get jealous of one another's time -- but it has made us more intentional!

    1. Hi Andrea, thank you for your sweet comment. Prioritizing a spouse is definitely something that I never thought could happen, but it has. I can't wait to see what children will bring and how things will change all over again. Have a great day!



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