The Honeymoon Isn’t Over Until You Say It’s Over

My husband and I are celebrating our five year anniversary. In some ways it seems new. Like we got married yesterday. And in other ways, knowing him feels like knowing every last word to my favorite song.

Getting to Know AMH: Meet Ashley

Hi! Before Friday gets away from me, I wanted to share a quick #fridayintroductions since it's finally my turn to introduce myself! I hope you've enjoyed getting to know the team here at Across My Heart! Introducing our director I'm Ashley Giovannucci (thanks to my husband for the awesome Italian last name 😘).  Fun fact: Everyone thought … Continue reading Getting to Know AMH: Meet Ashley

Getting to Know You | Meet Mandi

What is the best part about #fridayintroductions?  The fact that it’s FRIDAY!!! And we love the excuse to introduce you to another one of our team members. This time it's Mandi Mauer's turn! We hope you all have a fun and relaxing weekend in front of you! Here's what Mandi had to say To introduce … Continue reading Getting to Know You | Meet Mandi

Getting to know you | Meet Emmarie

Every Friday, we'll be highlighting a different member of the Across My Heart Team on social media to get to know each other a little bit better! Yes, we know it's only Thursday. But last week, we highlighted our Communications Coordinator, Emmarie Moon, so we thought we'd write a quick blog post to catch you up! Stay tuned for another introduction tomorrow!

In sickness and in health | Tamalyn’s true love story

When they stood at the altar in 1985, Ken and Tamalyn Peterson vowed to love each other through sickness and health. They never could have understood the depth of that promise or the bleak diagnoses that the future held. It began with a tremor in her pinky. But Tammy quickly realized that the involuntary movement … Continue reading In sickness and in health | Tamalyn’s true love story

Your differences can make you stronger | Kara’s true love story

I've always been a self- conscious person, but he never grew impatient with me when I would get insecure or need to talk with him about something. I could tell he cared about putting in work to learn what I needed from him. And he valued listening to me when I asked him what he needed from me. Marriage is a long road that is going to need a lot of work. You need to find a partner that values putting the work in, and that will respect your needs, as well as communicating his own.