06/06/10.

DSCN1603tomorrow is our wedding anniversary.

oh, how these past three years have gone by so quickly! 

so far in our marriage we have: 1) moved to another province, then moved back. 2) one of us graduated university, and then started and stopped additional schooling at a college. 3) both of us gained careers. 4) together we leased our condo, sold our condo, made numerous offers on other properties, and then bought a house. 5) we bought vehicles, and sold vehicles. 6) we acquired a cat, a fish (r.i.p. josey wales), and two dogs. 7) we welcomed two nieces and one nephew into our family, and said goodbye to one amazing gedo. 8) we took trips, planned much, laughed more, and completed numerous goals. 9) we also broke promises, had quarrels, felt stressed, and felt lost. 10) most importantly, we have learned so much about life in general and about one another with each experience that i would not take any of them back. 

i am so excited to see where you and i will be in the years to come. :-)

happy anniversary, *g*. i love you more than ever.

xx

(the photo above was taken the morning after we eloped.)

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  1. gjkool

     /  06/05/2013

    awe, i love you more babe. happy anniversary!!

    • gjkool you’ve revealed your identity!

      does that mean you no longer have superpowers?

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