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Our Sixth Anniversary


 Today, we celebrate our sixth wedding anniversary.


My husband will tell you all we have only been dating six months. He never lets the truth get in the way of his story!


Six years ago we merged and created our blended family.  I am not gonna lie to you all, it has not been all roses. Merging a family is hard work. There have been some thorns. But we faced them together and have come out stronger.


Six years of feeling like the luckiest woman in the world. The year before we met, I had my palms read. The reader told me I would met my life partner and we would travel together. I wonder if  our little pop-up camper is what she had in mind?


 I don't know about him, but I look forward to the next six years.  Our oldest will be finishing college. Our youngest starting middle school. Our lives are always moving so fast.

The Boy is not with us this weekend so the Husband gave me my anniversary present early so the whole family could be there. He gave me a Pandora Bracelet. I have always wanted one. I am not sure I have ever told him that. That is how good he is.  He started me off with three charms. Initials of our children and a rose.

He also had my rings cleaned. They are super sparkly and beautiful.


I have not give him his present yet. I am super excited about it!

I am amazed at how quickly these past six years have zipped past us. Happy Anniversary dear Husband. Thank you for loving me. I hope you know that I love you to infinity and beyond! I am glad that you are my travel companion and life partner. I love how you have taken The Boy under your wing. Yes, you ride him pretty hard but I know you love him. I love seeing your tender side every single time you look at our daughter. Thank you for allowing me to soar. And thank you for grounding me when I need it!


 I love that every year you accompany me to movie's you have no desire to see just because I want to see every film nominated for an Oscar. I love it that you even like some of them.I love that you like to go camping with me. You grump about all the stuff I take but you always pack it for me.  I will happily pack you a picnic lunch and accompany you fishing any time!

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  1. I'll get my fly fishing stuff together and start packing the camper now!!!
    Signed,

    Your Husband
    Oh, yeah, I love you too. Come on, let's go, I can hear the stream calling my name.

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