This is what I've had to live with for 42 years. He has an interesting and quirky way about him that always makes me smile. The above statement made by him was all said in jest, just so you know ;-)
Tomorrow we are celebrating our 42nd anniversary with a bicycle ride & picnic on the Centennial trail in Snohomish county, one of our favorite places to be. Marriage for us has been a journey of ups and downs, great joy and great pain. We've both had our moments of utter stupidity and then of incredible strength for each other with unconditional love. To us marriage is a lifetime commitment, when the bumps of life come along we put in the effort to be better. After all, marriage is really just learning how to accept each other where we're at.
pretty good for a young couple, that started out the way we did (me 17 and pregnant, him 19 and going to college).
When we were married we were told by someone that it would never work,
well just look at us now!