The sun was shining brightly on our wedding day, august 19, thirty years ago, as it is today.
We were married and celebrated in a beautiful First Street garden in Langley on Whidbey Island where gaiety flowed right beside anxiety. We were no longer kids, in fact I had a teenage kid, Brad, so the significance of our actions was accute, scary, exciting and wonderful. We stepped boldly forward into this new life together with friends and family at our sides.
Thirty years later, with touches of the rough-edges-of-life to soften us along the way, a diamond was created. This year is our diamond wedding anniversary. We're a good team and we're happy. Plus, we have our Thistle Adventure ahead of us so the thrill-of-the-adventure goes on!
Happy Anniversary Mr. Ed! Love you!
"A long marriage is two people trying to dance a duet and two solos at the same time."
~ Anne Taylor Fleming