It’s only fitting that the first time I met Kiley was in the midst of her volunteering for a summercamp my nephew attends for ventilator dependent children. She’s one of those people who can’t help but be kind and caring. I don’t know what her parents did when raising her, but whatever it was, they did it right.
Josh possesses that old school charm and romance that so few men can master these days. His love for Kiley comes out in moments where you have to be paying attention to see it. It’s in the way he looks at her when she’s not looking, or holds doors open, or makes sure the umbrella covers her just a little more than it covers him.
Together, I think they’re going to do well. If you can face down rain on your wedding day with a smile and laugh at hoards of foreign tourists taking your picture in DC the day after, then I think you possess the sort of positivity and joy it takes to make a marriage work.