@natasha.welch shared this from our Facebook memories from 2 years ago today. We hadn't been together very long. In fact, I don't think anyone knew we were together at that point. I was working 3rd shift, and she worked a day shift job. On this day, we had just a few minutes to see each other while I was on my way from the gym to work, and she was on her way home from work. We met in a random parking lot just long enough to hug and kiss and wish we had just a little bit more time together that day...and that moment will always be one of my all-time favorite memories. You hold onto moments like that early in a relationship, and then it's easy to start taking little things like that for granted the longer you've been together, even if you are still absolutely in love with each other. Recent events have reminded me to appreciate every moment with Natasha. She's doing much better after her wreck last week. The link to our GoFundMe is still in my bio if you would like to help with medical expenses. There's a reason lessons like "Every moment could be your last moment together" are such a cliche. It's because it's true, no matter how uncomfortable it makes us to think about it.