Escaping into the cool, deep green forests has always been a necessity and a balancing force in our lives. Exploring cliff line, climbing to ridge tops, and wading in creeks and streams is physically therapeutic and spiritually renewing. This is a common theme we find with couples who tour our wedding venue. We all belong to a tribe that feels an unnameable connection with the Red River Gorge. We feel more at home and alive among the rugged cliffs and verdant old mountains. It’s an innate longing for a place; an unbreakable bond that deepens with time.
Since it was the Red River Gorge and the outdoors that brought us together, what better way to celebrate our relationship than to have rings made from wood from the place we met? One of the companies we found, Northwood Rings, can custom make rings from the materials you send to them, and we knew immediately what we would choose.
Your family and friends have been notified, it’s Facebook ‘official’ and you’re using the term fiance because you just got ENGAGED!
It’s an exciting time. You’re both ecstatically in love and practically floating around on cloud nine, until you start thinking about actually planning your wedding. Eeeeek! Where to even begin?!
There are moments in our lives that begin a domino effect of events. Life-altering decisions that are made; often with the urging of that little small voice in us that guides us rightly if we listen closely. Hopefully, years later, these decisions are looked back on with peace and happiness, without a shadow of a doubt that our small voice was indeed right.
I sit here on this All Hallows Eve, with our Golden Retriever, Briggs at my feet, Skip reading in his chair beside me, a small fire burning in the woodstove beside us. The doors are open allowing the night air to billow in, bringing with it the fog from the valley below and the eerie hoot of owls coming from the dark woods surrounding us. It’s pitch black outside, save the for the starlight; which in the absence of the moon, allows for the Milky Way to dazzle. It’s a perfect Halloween night. It’s a creepy Halloween night.
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