Monday, June 13, 2011

The best thing about today...


Is that 5 years and 1 month ago today... this guy and I decided to give life together a shot...
(wow... who are those two!?)

Then three years ago today, he made the happiest lady in the world...




(I mean really... who are these people that keep popping up in my photos?!)

And today, he's still the most amazing thing that has happened to my life...


(AHH... Now *these* people are starting to look familiar! :)


(Yep... that's us... goofy as ever. :)

It hasn't always been the smoothest roads, but then again, that's what keeps life interesting, and keeps us growing and evolving, right? Besides, that which doesn't kill us, makes us stronger and leaves us with awsome stories to tell our friends!

In the time that we've been together the Awesome Husband has supported me in so many ways. He helped prompt me to get my health issues more in order and didn't even complain (much) about the gradual change in my eating habits and even (mostly) adopted them for himself! He loved me the way I was, has helped me become the person I am today, and makes me always strive to become the person he sees in me. For that, I am always grateful!





(Cheers, love!)

It is amazing to look back on the last 3 short years and see how far we've come, and to look ahead in wonder at what life has in store for us. I'm sure there will be our share of beautiful, mountain top experiences, and tumbles into the valley until we eventually start climbing back to the next peak, but I can't imagine anyone else I'd rather go through it with.





I could keep on writing something sappy, but will leave it up to someone who's been at this much longer than I and comes with a great reference... (Give our thanks to your bossman, dad!)
http://blog.thedaysman.com/2011/05/23/what-god-has-joined/
http://blog.thedaysman.com/2011/06/08/thats-our-song/



We, too, have different tastes in music, but we have our song, thanks to his countryman Stan Rogers, that sums up how I felt 3 years ago and still do today...

"I want to see your smiling face forty-five years from now!"

1 comment:

dragonflykeep said...

It's been three years? Really? Wow!