The Clock Is Ticking…

October 2, 2008 - 10:08 pm 3 Comments

… and I can hardly wait.  We are getting close to the big day and want to answer the most common question….

“How did you guys meet?”
In early April we where matched by one of the LDS online dating services.  I had tentative plans to go to Lacey to visit my parents so I thought it would be fun to meet up with Erika.  The social Erika invited me to her party hosted at her house.  To this day I am still surprised I agreed to go to a party with a bunch of strangers.  Needless to say, I am sure glad I did.

A couple of weeks later Erika came to Utah to ‘help her sister’ with her new baby.  (Thanks Penny!)  We both have spent way too much time on an airplane spending almost every weekend together.  We are looking forward to living in the same town.

It has been fun discovering just how many times our lives almost crossed.  We have found that we have common friends and close calls in meeting years ago.  It truly is a small world.

Looking forward to partying with our friends and family.  See you soon.


PS.  For those of you planning on attending the Lacey open house, we will be available to greet people that are on their way to the Stake Temple session scheduled for that same evening.

3 Responses to “The Clock Is Ticking…”

  1. Amy Says:

    It was so great to see you last weekend at your wedding reception. I am so very happy for you and Erika. You just looked so happy together. I hope we can stay in touch.

    Love, Amy

  2. Becca Says:

    Hello!? Where are some wedding pictures? We are so excited for you guys and are anxiously awaiting some pictures. It’s not like you’re busy or anything. 🙂

  3. Kris Cramer Says:

    We are also excited for you two! It was fun to hear “the story” of how you two met. Looking forward to seeing you this weekend. We are attending the temple in the morning and the sealing of Juli & John Skeen’s two-year old, James at 1:00 pm. I am helping Liz with the food that evening. I can assure you it will be yummy! Love, Kris/Sis. Cramer