About

Welcome to milk & honey, dear friends!

“Therefore I have come down to rescue them from the power of the Egyptians and lead them up from that land into a good and spacious land, a land flowing with milk and honey.” [Exodus 3:8]

Sometimes I feel like the Israelites, clinging to a life that I’m familiar with and is within my comfort zone. But too often I forget that the Lord is leading us on a beautiful journey, one to the land flowing with milk & honey! So with my beloved, I seek to trust in God’s plan and follow where He calls.

Marriage is one of those callings. And it’s been quite the journey since May 30, 2014, but we are now advancing onto our next big adventure – moving from Boston to Minnesota. That’s right. Cold winters to colder winters.

Meet Kevin. Minnesota native. Boston transplant. Artist. Philosopher. Educator. Former seminarian. Introvert with lots of wit. And really good at scrabble.

Kevin

Meet Katie. Pennsylvania native. Boston transplant. Boston U alum. HR professional slash searching for something more. Lover of the domestic life and community. Not great at scrabble but getting better.

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Kevin and I met on the evening of March 10, 2012 at a Catholic young adult event. The rest is history. A good one. And we’re still living it. Thanks for stopping by 😉

Katie and Kevin

You can follow me on Instagram at @katiegearns or on Pinterest at http://www.pinterest.com/katiegearns/.

 

 

 

2 responses to “About

  1. Browsing your blog gives me hope for the future. Sometimes at Mass, I look around and see the disproportionate number of older people (like myself) and worry about the future of the Church. I love what you’re doing here.

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