Hello everyone!! I am Tayler. With an “e.” 🙂 And once upon a Saturday….I fell in love. But before I dive into that, let’s start off with the background.
Born in California, I grew up outside of Denver, and then in beautiful Montana. (So I went from Ray Bans on the beach, to art and music, to cowgirl boots and open spaces.) I did get to spend 18 months, serving a mission in North Carolina. That was an incredible adventure, and I learned to love even more. I am blessed with an amazing family. Dad takes credit for my big brown eyes, and eternally cold hands, and says I get my heart from my mom. They are both incredible people. I also have siblings that always have my back, and have taught me a lot about love.
Now I do like many things, and my life has been touched by many good things and experiences, but my life has never been the same since I went country dancing one winter night. I know, it’s like a fairytale–he reached out his hand and who would have thought that his question, “would you dance with me?” would really be an invitation to begin the greatest journey and adventure of our lives. Daniel will forever be my truest friend and love. Even as I wrote on the blog, would talk to those who had found their best loves, and read and made the study of love a life-long pursuit, I couldn’t have imagined how incredible that discovery and adventure would be.
I believe that even as imperfect as we all are, love should and can be wonderful, unique, personal, and strong. I do not want to be one to say I have a fragile relationship. Precious? Yes. Special? Yes. But do we have to fear that it will be gone in the blink of an eye? If we do all we can, absolutely NOT! It’s what I would like to call from here on out, a “Best Love.” We have every reason to be optimistic when it comes to love. I also believe the depth of love in our lives rests on the choices we make. How incredible is that !?
A final note:
Like many of you, I do have faith in Jesus Christ. As I learn more about love, I draw closer to Him, and become more like Him. Even if you do not believe in Christ, we all believe in doing good and being good. We can all believe in love, and with it, change the world.
With a grateful heart,