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We cheered and grew together all through high school and at graduation we parted to separate schools. Caylan went off to Alabama as I went to Auburn. However, Caylan would pay us numerous visits to Auburn throughout the semester, therefore through her loyalty, we never lost touch.
Caylan and I both came home our Senior year of college for Christmas and became involved in the Basement; and it was in that season that I, not only saw Caylan's relationship with the Lord flourish; BUT I was able to watch a life that was fully and selflessly surrendered to the Lord like Ive never seen before. And since then, she has been one of the most faithful, consistent, committed girls I know when it comes to a relationship with Christ.
Almost exactly one year from the time Caylan and I came home for Christmas break and begin experiencing the Lord's work together, I received a phone from her while I was at the beach informing me that she had met the boy she was going to marry! She asked me to pray for her and that I did!!! Because growing up, we had all decided that Caylan would be the last to get married because she was the only one with a career-oriented goal in mind while the rest of us had marriage and babies on our minds from the age 7. But through much prayer and time seeking the Lord with Caylan on her behalf, I knew they were meant to be together and couldn't have been more blessed and honored to stand by her side on their wedding day.
Caylan is one of the most well rounded girls I know. Since elementary school, she always succeeded in everything the Lord has placed in front of her. Whether it was school, athletics, relationships, or integrity; Caylan seemed to keep a common line of consistency and excellence in her life. Im so blessed by her and have always loved every second we get to spend together.
I love you and I'm so proud of you, Caylan. I cherish you and our friendship more than you will ever know.