Jason needed to decide all on his own if college was the right choice for him and his life. His parents encouraged this through and through. So behind him he left the family, and the farm, and off to Northwest Missouri State he went.
During that first full year of classes, studying, textbooks and an endless sea of other students faces, one face stood out above all the others. Her name was Taylor, a sweet and joyfully infectious redhead from Iowa.
They spent nearly every lunch together, always saving a seat for the other, and in no time at all, Jason knew - Taylor was the entire point of his college career. When the inevitable decision came to the forefront of his mind, that college wasn't it for him - the farm was, he knew too that so was she.
Coming back home from college to begin the life and career of a farmer also meant that Jason came home with Taylor by his side, and Taylor was happily and blissfully in agreement. She says the first time she rode a tractor with Jason across those vast fields, she knew herself in her heart of hearts...."I'm going to be a farmer's wife."
In no time at all, the words were uttered between them... "Is it too soon to say I love you?". And as we all can agree, the answer is no, it's never too early to say exactly how you feel.
So they said it, they grew together, and Jason later on proposed on the very farm he brought Taylor home to - the farm that has almost entirely been the backdrop of, and the future of their perfect little love story.
These two share something SO tangibly perfect, and I personally feel blessed to know them. Can't even wait for their wedding, but for now.......all this goodness below.