I’ve had the honor to call several women my sisters – sororities still get such a bad wrap, but I walked away with several lifelong friendships and love the time I get to spend with these ladies even years later. Leah’s no exception.
Over the past year, I’ve been able to visit with Leah more and more. Either while dining out at her favorite Mexican restaurant or walking her through how to use social media effectively for her business (she owns and operates an adult daycare in Shepherdsville called Alternative Adult Day Health Care Center), I always look forward to the next time I get to see her. She has a gorgeous smile, a bubbly personality and asks the strangest questions that usually sends the table into laughter.
Last month we visited My Old Kentucky Home, the place where Leah and Jason promised their forevers to each other years ago. Because now they’re starting a new chapter in their life, one that Jason has been looking forward to for years: their first child. Baby boy due next month and they’ve already decided to call him Owen. Love.
Of course, they don’t leave our their doggins, Lola and Wally, as they were family first. :)
Wally’s bow tie kills me.
Leah asked to recreate some of their photos from their wedding, including the one below. I was happy to oblige – two people in love… in the same spot they were a few years back. Same love – different celebration.
That look and those smiles. I love it!
Leah and Jason, I wish you nothing but happiness as you wait to meet Baby Owen. I’m sure he’ll have the best parts of both of you and bring light into your worlds everyday. I cannot wait to meet him, see you both with him, and learn more about what he loves, what he hates and what he’s learning to do. I send my love and well wishes as the next few weeks fly by. xoxo