Barry, you have quite the hairdo there!
My wife and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary this year (2.5 weeks in Tokyo) and still as happy as ever. We got married in Greece with no one there but us, was fantastic, visited more islands and Egypt for the honeymoon.
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Together 10 years, married 1.
When she said yes at Bridal Veil falls (5 years ago...yes it took us 4 years to finally have the wedding)
The wedding at the Portland Chinese Gardens. It's pretty cool our daughter was able to be a part of the wedding, she was the ring bearer. (I hate this pic of me but...whateva...)
And the honeymoon on Kona...
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We both started young, with no money. I think that can be the best way, sometimes. We grew and built up our lives together...Now we have this little ham, and another on the way.
Life is good, I thank God every day.
Everyone here, go give your SO a big hug.
2006 Mazda 3
Congrats everybody on here all the pics look great and everyone sounds happy.I Love my girlfriend for 3 years can't wait to get married love is awesome with that great someone in your life when the relationship is effortless and zero stress and drama. This thread gets me excited to POP the question in the near future looking at a good time in 2012 sometime. Thanks guys and good luck for all.
Absolutely. We had 4 empty rooms in our house for years before we finally got some furniture. We didn't have dining room or living room furniture for 2 years. Damn near everything we have, we got together.We both started young, with no money. I think that can be the best way, sometimes. We grew and built up our lives together....
Now we have this little ham, and another on the way.
20 years ...the last 10 married. We share the "from the old country" upbringing. Her parents are Dutch immigrants and I immigrated from Krautland. If you read between the lines: We are both pig-headed as **** and our sons did not fall far from the tree. It's hard to make time for each other with the two boys around, but we book a weekly date night.
I still feel blessed & wouldn't change a thing.
We just went through a year of hell while my wife fought and beat 3C ovarian cancer. Through the ups and downs of our marriage the 17 days she spent in the hospital was the worst period of our lives together. However, it reaffirmed our relationship in a way that regular time spent together can't. It taught me that I can, and will, step up when necessary. That has made me feel really good about myself.
Many young unmarried people complain that they don't want to get into routines, but try being without them for a long period of time. You will welcome them back. We're not religious people, at all, but we do count our blessings.
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Garmin Is My Pilot.
It made me cherish my wife even more, and gives me a deep appreciation of what we have.
2006 Mazda 3