It's been one year today since Kelly and I got married, but that feels strange to say, since it's been nineteen years today since our first date back in high school. I don't mind that it took us so long to get to this "first" anniversary; I'm just glad that we got here at last. We spent the day out feeding flamingos at a local animal sanctuary and eating at some favorite restaurants before I go back on diet tomorrow. The last step left is to share the pieces of wedding cake that have been frozen in our freezer for the last twelve months. Here's appreciating the first of many anniversaries, and the woman who makes my life complete. I can't imagine spending my life with anyone else.


Two Replies to Firsties

Steve West | March 16, 2015
Look into the sweetest eyes in the world and tell her, "I love you".
Hold the most loving hands in the world and tell her, "I'll always take care of you."
When you say, "I love you," always mean forever. Happy Anniversary.

Scott Hardie | March 18, 2015
I always do mean it. Thank you. :-)


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