Stephen: Our first dance. While four minutes has never seemed so long to me in my life, the whole experience, I think, embodied our relationship's trajectory. We put no thought beforehand into the dance and totally winged it. Afterwards, a lot of people asked how long we practiced. So apparently it went well. So just like when we met in our last week of college, or I moved to Lubbock after we'd been together for two months, or when Meggie took a job in East Texas and I had no idea where I would end up, we just trusted each other and we somehow made it work.
While we both enjoy the slightly inappropriate, yet completely catchy summer hit "Blurred Lines," we hadn't discussed the possibility of the song playing at the reception. But when we heard the band start that song, we made a bee-line to each other and started dancing and singing along. Before we knew it, people were handing us sunglasses to put on and making a circle around us to watch us boogie. It was the best impromptu moment we could have hoped for.