Dear future husband

I wasn’t going to write this because I see “Dear future husband” letters all over the Internet, and quite frankly they are a bit cheesy. I try to avoid cheesy things.

I’m at THAT point in my life where weddings are the norm and everyone + their mother is becoming engaged. I get jealous because my wedding board on Pinterest is 10/10. Also, one day you’ll understand that I use crappy jokes to get points across.

I think about you a lot. I wonder if you’re in South Carolina, or somewhere cooler, like New York. Like, I want to know what you’re doing at this exact moment while I’m typing this and listening to a really cool playlist I made on Spotify. It’s full of love songs, wink, wink.

I wonder where we will meet. Do I already know you? Do you want to know me as much as I want to know you? What if you secretly hate my eyebrows and just don’t want to hurt my feelings?

It’d be cool if you were the mysterious type, like Mr. Darcy. I’d definitely be down to be Elizabeth Bennet.

I pray for you daily. I know that there will be a moment when God brings us together and stitches the rest of our love story together. I’m content with the thought of spending the rest of my life with you.

I want our marriage to glorify God in all that it is. Christ should be the foundation of every marriage, and our marriage won’t be an exception. I want us to be able to worship Him together and put Him first in every decision we make.

I want to know what has happened in your life before meeting me. I hope you’ve been blessed with a beautiful family full of so many people who love you. If not, I want you to know that you never have to go another day feeling unloved. Regardless of your past, I want to love and cherish you forever.

I am not perfect. I haven’t lived a perfect life and I struggle with the same issues that many people do, but I know that you will value me just the same. I know that you will help me to see value that I can’t see.

Sometimes I think that couples don’t take marriage vows as seriously as they were intended to be taken. Until death is a long time. I take them very seriously.

The amount of love that I have for you in my heart is pretty monumental. You’re my person, and as a hopeless romantic, I can only hope that our marriage is a representation of how much we love each other.

I love you. I’m praying for you, always. The day that we are married will be the happiest day of my life.

With love,

Your Future Wife

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