My Dear Roommate

What can I say? She is fabulous. This picture is from our apartment in Hawaii. Its hard to believe that after 2 and a half years she really isn't my roommate anymore.
Its so funny, when I first met Chelm freshman year she was planning on going on a mission, she didn't think she would get married until she ws about 25 or 26, she thought that was a good age to get married. So I figured we woud be roommates until she went on a mission next summer. That didn't happen...
I don't know what my life will bring to me, Paul and Chelm are taking a great step in life, and they're taking it together, which is great. So now, I am faced with a scary future, I really don't know what its like to live with someone else. However, looking at how vastly things can change, I know that whatever God has in store for me, its going to be good.
The next post is going to be pictures I took at the wedding. It really isn't a lot, cause you know, I was busy... but I did get a few. I have to say, it was a bittersweet experience for me. I have learned so much from this person, she is one of the best people I know. The only reason I am able to give her up is because of the person I saw her become in Paul's presence. I saw it from the very beginning, and I love it. So Paul, if you ever read this, do married people read blogs? I want you to know that I can be just as threatening and scary as any father who tells you to take good care of their daughter. I'm trusting you with my best friend. I really am not worried, cause we're family, so I know you will continue to be the great guy that you are. All the same, be warned.
Really, it was a beautiful wedding, you all should have been there. It was great. Tomorrow I'll post the photos I took. Then you'll all see how beautiful Chelm was and how handsome Paul was. I love you guys. Just wanted you to know. Congratulations!

Comments

Todd said…
Please use more colors per paragraph please (color/paragraph). It will keep my interest longer and I will most likely read the entire post.

Please use more pictures per paragraph (pictures/paragraph). It will keep my interest longer and I will most likely read the entire post.

Please use less words per paragraph (words/paragraph != good). It will keep my interest longer and I will most likely read the entire post.
Bukran said…
In my experience, no, married people don't read blogs.

Then again, married people just generally sever all contact with the outside world for the first 8 months of married life.

Oh the things BYU will do to a girl...
Lil Renny said…
A girl!!! Your bitter experience comes from Tote... who happens to be male thank you very much!
Bukran said…
Yes, BYU can and does affect males as well, but overall I'd say it has a larger wholesale impact on the worldview of its female students.

Tote isn't the only married acquaintance who's gone ghetto like that on me...
Paul said…
I've been married for a week, and I still read this blog.
Lil Renny said…
Paul and Chelm are not ghetto. Amen.
Bukran said…
My third wife started out saying the same thing... But later, well, you know the story...
ccortez said…
Bukran, Lindsey and I have already hung out and chilled. Thanks, Lil Renny, for the tribute, thingy.
Lil Renny said…
No problem cschramm... ooh. Bukran... I know you've been going through a time lately... but really, you are typing extremely strange.
Bukran said…
#$*(#FJEKHGJPSFEJ??

HEFJjejobnwekhws(*#$6!!!
Lil Renny said…
No swearing on my blog!

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