Tuesday, April 19, 2011

i came to your window.




"There are moments that I know I will long for,
even as I live them."

-Judith Katzir

This is us, waiting.
Sometimes patiently, sometimes not.
Part of me knows I'll look back on this time in our life and be grateful.
The other part of me just likes to pout.

(I'm really glad we have each other.)

30 comments:

  1. Patience is the worst thing to have to learn. But don't worry, I'll be home tomorrow so you'll no longer need to pout. ;)

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  2. You two need to stop being so adorable!

    But really, looking at photos of you two just makes me that much more excited for when Scott and I finally tie the knot.

    PS I love your skirt!

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  3. I also love your skirt.

    Patience is very hard. I struggle with it on a daily basis, as well as with failing to be content with where I am. I know how I want things, and I hope that I'll get what I want eventually. It's just so hard to sit around and wait for the wonderful whatever that is to come. To know that someday it will happen, but not yet. Waiting, waiting...oh, I know the feeling. :\
    I hope you don't have to wait too much longer.

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  4. you are so beautiful, angela. wanting is the worst part about waiting.

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  5. (HUG)

    Patience is the worst. I hate it. But I have found prayer makes it so much easier.

    Love to both of you.

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  6. I like you guys.

    And I sincerely hope you don't have to be patient much longer.

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  7. it will be worth the wait. :) this post reminded me of this recent talk. You guys look cute waiting in your new home!


    "There is an important concept here: patience is not passive resignation, nor is it failing to act because of our fears. Patience means active waiting and enduring. It means staying with something and doing all that we can—working, hoping, and exercising faith; bearing hardship with fortitude, even when the desires of our hearts are delayed. Patience is not simply enduring; it is enduring well!" Elder Uchtdorf
    from this talk-

    http://lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/continue-in-patience?lang=eng&query=patience

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  8. Hi Angela! My husband and I are having to do some waiting of our own also, and I gotta admit--I am definitely a pouter and my patience doesn't go very far. :) But thank you for your wise words and I hope the best for you both.

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  9. I'm glad you have each other too!

    I often find myself thinking about fond memories and aching for that time in my life. Then I realize that I'll probably do the same thing years down the road for the days I'm living in. That quote is a good one.

    You look absolutely gorgeous waiting... or pouting. :)

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  10. for the record, i am not a drug addict. a renegade elbow during last week's basketball game gave me a black eye.

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  11. Waiting sucks! (I love that your husband will pose for pics.)

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  12. Waiting is hard... but there is so much to learn from it.

    Love the pics of you two.

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  13. so beautiful...words and pair.
    <3

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  14. What a gorgeous couple. And your skirt, love it. Wise words, Angela. I feel the same way in many experiences.

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  15. It took a year and a half, counseling, moving half way accross the country and learning how to relax for me to finally get what I wanted. It definitely was frustrating and their were times I thought it would never happen- that I had damaged myself so much through my eating issues. But it did! It will for you too! But it is okay to pout sometimes for sure!
    xo

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  16. aww this is so cute! nice photos :)

    http://jadedsights.blogspot.com
    xx

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  17. the photos are beautiful. love the light your home gets. Waiting is something I am not being to fond of lately or maybe its just the not knowing.

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  18. I know exactly how you feel, but mine is not over a house it's over a big belly.

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  19. i think i was put on this earth to learn one lesson. patience.

    okay.. and a gazillion other lessons too, but man. i suck at waiting.

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  20. Skinny girl! Looking good.

    It will all be fine in the end. If it's not fine, it's not the end.

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  21. Life is what happens to you while you're (waiting) busy making other plans :) -- John Lennon

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  22. If you have nothing else, the two of you are a pretty cute couple! ;) Sorry it's rought right now. I pout too. Even when I don't have reasons too. I haven't decided yet if it makes me feel better or not.

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  23. Not to take away from the sincerity of this post, but I can't help but notice how tiny your waist is!

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  24. I am not waiting patiently. Won't you be my neighbor...soon?

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  25. clint no one noticed your black eye because we are all looking at how beautiful your wife is.

    i hope the wait isn't much longer for you. i know that i wasn't blessed with patience and would do much worse than pout in a situation like that.

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  26. I know what you mean...patience is hard. And waiting is so hard! I hope that whatever you are waiting for comes quickly. <3

    xo

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  27. aw...life is so much better with a best friend. I love big windows!

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  28. You make a really cute couple. Love the outfit btw. Happy Easter!

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  30. 1. You are adorable.
    2. You and your skin look amazing.
    3. I hope you won't have to wait much longer ;)

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