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Our “I do”

What a weird thing to think that the building I’ve been in and out of most my life just passing through would be the place that my future wife and I would say our “I do’s” to each other.

Dreamer, husband, father.

I’ve always felt that there is more to life than working. I’ve always felt that I was meant for more but could never figure out what that more is. Now that I’m a father and a husband I feel guilty for wanting more, for knowing that I’m meant for more. The last thing I want is my family to feel like they aren’t enough for me. I want to give them more, but at what price?

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