Welcome from SCL

If you’re reading this right now you probably found our blog through the guest post I wrote on Jon Acuff’s uber-popular blog about Christians and the hilarious (and true) stuff they immerse themselves in.

We actually ended this blog about a month ago after posting every day for a year. Those 365 days represented the first twelve months of our marriage and we walked (and sometimes crawled) through joyous occasions like, well, like getting married and not so joyous occasions like the time I tried to watch the World Cup in the middle of our honeymoon.

Since the blog has ended we’ve both moved on to pursue other projects. I run an Oklahoma State sports blog and Jen is perfecting the ever-evolving world of craft she lives in.

Running this blog was a lot of fun. Writing about marriage, having an online community, and sharing in the glorious treasure that is our Lord were the best first blogging experience we could have ever had. It was time to move on to other pursuits though. I sent Acuff that guest post some five months or so ago when we were in the thick of writing on here but since he probably has a stack of guest posts ten feet high I think he was just now getting around to posting.

So thank you for visiting and sorry we don’t have more to show you! Also, thank you for reading my excerpt on Stuff Christians Like, and if you want to read about our story (the secret engagement portion of it anyway) in full you can do so here.

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Kyle

I’m an aspiring freelance writer and blogger (which doesn’t make a ton of sense when you think about it). I started a blog called Our Marriage Project and one about OSU called Pistols Firing. I love both of them, and I love my wife. And I love Kevin Durant, Explosions in the Sky, Tim Riggins, Blue Moon ale, Twitter, and the state of Georgia.

4 thoughts on “Welcome from SCL”

  1. Great read on SCL! I think my husband and I might be a hybrid of the home-school/granola couple category – which I sort of feel responsible for, considering I was home-schooled for 12 years and my husband wasn’t at all!

    We got married last October (after a 4 month engagement) and what I’ve read of your posts have been encouraging! I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read so far. We love seeing other young people being married and doing good things.

    And Georgia’s a great place! We’ve lived here most of our lives.

    Morgan

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