Keri and I met in High School, about 15 years ago. We were both Juniors in High School, and I was a bus boy at Abuelo’s Mexican Restaraunt in Lubbock, TX. A mutual friend decided that we needed to meet each other, so the two of them came to eat one night while I was working. (Can’t you picture me walking around with my black bus tub and white wash rag?) We dated for several months, but it wasn’t until the middle of college that we both realized we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. As soon as I graduated, we were married.
That was January 9, 1999. Today, Keri and I have been married for ten years.
I really can’t believe how fortunate I am to have such a wonderful spouse! She is my best friend, my encourager, and a wonderful mother to our kids. God has taught me so much about love, kindness, support, and patience through the example of my wife.
Keri is my dearest treasure, and I am so grateful for these ten years we’ve had together.