If I had to pick a word to describe my wife, it would be patient. The patience it takes to handle me, along with our 4 month old daughter, is astronomical. I was considered one of those “project” boyfriends, and I’m still a project to this day. When it comes to when we first met, opposites really do attract. She was the church girl, I was the bad boy. We met at a church league softball game. I don’t know what it was about her, but I just had to get to know her, so I did what any other guy would do, I added her on every single social media platform. Just like with every relationship, we had our ups and downs. We went through break-ups and heartaches, but we ended up together, in love. Megan was the first girl to instill confidence in myself. She didn’t care that I didn’t have my life together and that I wasn’t perfect. She really was my angel on earth. If I had any advice for young people struggling to find someone, it would be to find someone that doesn’t want you to change, but makes you want to change for them. Yes, always be true to yourself, but change for the better. I didn’t have to go back to college, but my wife brought out the confidence that I’ve never had and now I want to pursue my dream of being a teacher. She also never discouraged my ideas and let’s me be passionate about what I enjoy doing. I absolutely love that my wife is a teacher. She works hard and cares about her students. I believe that being a teacher has also made her a great mother and will help her down the road. Her patience is second to none. I know that most wives don’t want to hear this, but she reminds me of my grandmother. Both are a saint and their love is unconditional. This is a love that I know that I don’t deserve and I am grateful that God sent her my way. I know that I am a selfish person and I’m not good at talking to her, but I want her to know that she is the best thing that has ever happened to me. To my wife, thank you for saving my life.