Tyler and I have been married for 9 months, now.
The closer we get to one year, the more I reminisce.
I think back to the first time I saw him, the first time we talked, our first date, and how much I missed him when we did long distance for 2 years.
It all seems like a dream now.
And that kind of scares me.
I thought our wedding day would never come, 
I wanted time to pass as quickly as it could...
and it did.
It flew by.
Now I want time to stand still.
I want to remember everything.
Every laugh, every smile, every tear, every hug, every kiss..

Time, please slow down.


Stephanie said...

I totally know what you mean. My husband and I have been married 11 months and it feels like we just got married last week! Trying to slow down and soak up the moments, for sure.

Anonymous said...

Thid sings to my heart, because its what I feel every day.
Hubby & I been married nearly 15 months, and we so desperately want life to stop happening at times so that we can live ourselves in a frozen moment...
No matter how long you are married, I think that this feeling stays with you always. That inherent desire to preserve memory and stop time so that your time together can remain 'timeless' (f that makes sense)

Mrs. Robinson said...

Oh, this brought tears to my eyes. My. and I didn't date very long. Tomorrow, we'll have been married for 8 months and it feels like it's flying right on by. I'm with you on wanting time to slow down...thank goodness we blog to remember! =) I like what Eva said about wanting our marriage to remain timeless. I agree...we all were in search of a classic love and now it's here. But the only way something can be considered a classic is for lots of time to pass. A classic withstands the tests of time. So, I guess it's impossible to have it both ways...but how I wish we could. =)

Great post, girl!

Rachael said...

I can totally relate. We've been married for 11 months and it truly feels like our wedding was yesterday. I felt the exact same way last year.. couldn't wait for the wedding to get here! Now I just want time to sloooowwww down! Scary how fast it goes.


Jenny said...

I'm a new follower! November 21 will be 3 years that my husband and I got married! And every year the time seems to go by faster! It makes me want to push a pause button!

Look forward to following your blog!

Ben & Cassie said...

What a cute post!!

ms.composure said...

stumbled onto your blog and just wanted to leave you a little blog luv! Def enjoyed this post!! congrats on your anniversary coming up soon! New Follower via email :-)


Jaraka Drew Hansen said...

You did long distance for two years?!

How? Give me Advice!!

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Autumn Ingram said...

Isn't it insane?!
Happy "almost" one year anniversary:)

Autumn Ingram said...

I agree. If only it could be timeless.
I'm sure that couples who have been married for 50 years feel the same way!

Autumn Ingram said...

Thank you!!!
yes! I am so thankful for blog world! I've never been good at keeping a diary/journal, so this has been perfect.
Ah, "the only way something can be considered classic is for lots of time to pass." I love that. I wish we could have it both ways, too!

Autumn Ingram said...

Very scary! It's so crazy.
Happy "almost" one year anniversary:)

Autumn Ingram said...

Thanks girl!!
If you find the pause button, PLEASE let me know where it is:)

Autumn Ingram said...

Thanks girl:)

Autumn Ingram said...

Thank you so much, girl!
I will check your blogs out as well!:)

Autumn Ingram said...

One word.
I really think that is what helped us the most. Talking is great, but when you can talk AND see them, it is a million times easier. I say "easier" but it definitely isn't easy. It is one of the hardest things I have ever done..but if you want to be with that person forever,just push through it. It is SO worth it:)

Autumn Ingram said...

Thank you!
I'm following you:)