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12 Years Ago (yesterday)!

12 of 'em...12 wonderful years ago (yesterday) I married the man of my dreams.


Kind, faithful, sweet, thoughtful, strong, and easy on the eyes.

When we married that cold (bitter cold!) February day back in 2001, I never imagined that our marriage would become stronger with each passing year (month, week, day...). I am so proud of our marriage, our relationship...we make a pretty awesome team, man.

5 kiddos, a couple of houses, tragedy, home remodels...we've survived it and come out the other side stronger and closer than when we "went in"!


I love this man. He is my rock. My best friend. My partner in crime. My soul mate.


Happy Anniversary, Mr. Wonderful!!


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  2. Happy 12th anniversary! I love happy anniversary stories! The media would have people believe that all marriages are miserable, sad, and the couples cheat on each other. That is so sad when 99.9% of the couples I know are still in love with each other, and they are happy. My honey and I have been married for 46 years 9 months 3 weeks and 2 days!
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  3. Happy Anniversary! Love the wedding picture, you have a beautiful smile that says it all. And loved the picture with your husband and the cake, too cute!

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