Kinda like razor-sharp cobwebs.
Then again, it'd be super cool if married couples could shoot webs at each other to reinforce their marital bonds every once in a while, wouldn't it?
They were drifting apart until Spider-man aimed his wrist at his bride and reeled her back in...
Okay, so maybe not.
Yesterday was our 49th anniversary. Forty-nine. Holy crap. It doesn't seem possible. So what's our big secret? Beats me. Luck, maybe?
And hard work. Life isn't always a tra-la-la walk in the park, and neither is marriage. Sometimes the park feels more like... Jurassic Park... but ya just have to keep on walking. And more than anything, you've gotta keep laughing.
A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, and tenacity. The order varies for any given year. [Paul Sweeney]
I'm definitely tenacious. No matter what, I always support my man.
And he supports me. If an establishment no longer meets my needs, we simply go elsewhere.
Hopefully, in the same direction.
And far far away from the sharks.
I always try to keep Smarticus happy in the kitchen.
(That reminds me... thanks to the designer gurus on HGTV, we now know that we have an ensuite off of our bedroom.. and all these years, we just thought we had a bathroom!)
I reckon our marriage must be darned near perfect, then, because we're definitely a pair of stubborn smart asses.
Our marriage was many years ago. The celebration continues to this day. [Gene Perret]
So as we look forward to celebrating our fiftieth, we'll continue holding hands and looking for the sunny side of life. Then we'll jump into the future feet-first, ever hoping for the best.
And ya know... I wouldn't have it any other way.
Until next time, take care of yourselves. And each other.