And what is that special something? Well, I'm not really sure. I can only give examples. When Chris drives, he always tries to hold my hand with his free hand. When we watch movies, we make sure the seat handle lifts up so we can easily lean up against one another in the theater. When we're on the couch, we make sure we're always close enough to one another. And when Ami said when her and Bry are on the couch, at least their legs had to touch, I decided to coin this Toe Touching Love!
Ami and Bryan are one of those couples that finishes each other's sentences. For someone that had just met them, I can already tell that they help and support one another through everything. They left a familiar city, Seattle, for somewhere totally foreign to them, Los Angeles. Being in a huge city, without any family or friends can get lonely. But Ami and Bryan conquered all that in their little Santa Monica apartment by having each other.
Both artists at heart, in addition to designing video games, Bryan spends his extra time teaching 3D animation. Ami has a love for photography and works hard at developing this hobby. And who knows, before you know it, she just might be shooting at an upcoming wedding you're attending. She has a wonderful blog that showcases some of her amazing photos, including more she took of Chris and I this past Friday. Check her out here.
Chris and I also share a love for photography and Chris was the one that shot Ami and Bryan's photos above. One goal for us this year is to try to develop this hobby further. When I started this blog, I intended it to be about fashion, food and "fotography". But really, fashion basically took over. With this new year, I'd like to focus more on the two other things I've neglected.
I love my husband. I toe-touch love him! And I know for a fact that he more than toe-touch love me. Chris also keeps a blog and he recently surprised me with this entry. I was rolling on the floor when I saw this. I actually thought the Anthropologie bags were digitally replicated to make it look like there were a bunch under our tree, but nope...he said those were ALL of my bags in my closet. Not only does he not resent me for having such an obsession, he pokes fun at me and thinks it's adorable! Ahh...how can I not toe-touch love this man! BTW...the title of this entry is "Higher Education" because he said Anthropology is a class in college, and I apparently have a Ph.D in it. Thus, the title. :)