Wednesday, May 13, 2009

9 years ago today, at 2 pm

I became your wife.....your Jennisa. After 4 months of me pursuing you, 1 1/2 years of dating, and 1 year of engagement, our day finally had arrived....

It's been an eventful 9 years....We've moved 5 times, lived in 3 different cities, purchased 2 vehicles and a house, and had our 2 beautiful daughters, and oh yeah, the dog too...

We've argued, gotten annoyed with each other, said things we shouldn't have said, acted in ways which we shouldn't have.....

BUT, we're still here....still together, and stronger because of the "bad" times...

I love you more today then on the day that we met, the day we were engaged, and the day we were married.

We don't look like this anymore... all skinny, young and cute....

BUT, I wouldn't trade that, for what we look like now.....
Happy 9 yr anniversary! :)

~*~ yes, this is basically the same post as last years anniversary.
I don't have time to write another one 'cause I gots to get ready for our anniversary lunch at our fav. place~*~

5 comments:

Ethan, Zach, and Emma's Mom said...

Happy Anniversary!

Claire said...

Happy anniversary!

Cxx

Rachelle said...

Happy Anniversary! I hope you are having a wonderful day. We are thinking of you.

Love,
Rachelle, D.J. and Noah

Heidi @ Tayterjaq's Rebels said...

Happy Anniversary.
I still have the dresses the girls wore for your wedding. They are hanging in a spare closet with several other flower girl dresses. They were sooo cute!! Thanks so much for letting us share that special day with you.

Josh/Kathryn Paroubek said...

what a great gift to an older brother to pray for so many years for a man worthy of his sister's hand... and to see one of his friends from college... end up taking her, caring for her, and loving her for a lifetime.

you are a beautiful sister... and gavin is not just lucky... but he is a very special guy to have in our family.

i couldn't have asked for a better older brother.

ya did good kid!

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