For every anniversary, we write each other love letters. Instead of writing something new in this post, we’ll let you read a portion from each of our letters from this year. :)
Happy Anniversary to you on this day that marks fifteen years of marriage! It is hard to believe that it has been that much time already,
I find it a little funny that we have moved to Florida yet some how made it back to New York for our anniversary. I will say that it is nice that we have someone to watch the kids so that we can go out on a small date today. Funny how that really never happened in the past.
It’s been a pleasure doing life with you up to this point and I expect it will continue for the time we have left on this earth. We work well together most of the time. There will always be little things that annoy us about each other, but for the most part we make a great team.
I’m very happy that you and the boys like Florida as that is where God has put us for now. I am happy that we found a church that we all like and that you get to sing again!
Happy Anniversary to the Rose of My Heart! I love you deeply.
I am having a bit of an “oh crap we’re getting older” moment. I can’t believe we are celebrating 15 years. I feel like I say this every year, but that’s because it’s so true for me.
I don’t want to waste my life being wrapped up in the things of this world that I can’t take with me when I die. I want to spend as much time with you, my best friend, my other half, the one that completes me.
I am not me without you.
My prayer is and always will be that we stay united with a firm foundation on Christ. That we are intentional with our time with each other. That our children see the overwhelming love that we have for each other and desire to have the same. That God be glorified through what we do together.
Thank you for being so gracious and patient with me. Thank you for encouraging me when I am tired or weary. You know what I need and you do your best to meet them. You do so little for yourself. I already love seeing a much more peace-filled, satisfied Ralph, but I know God’s not done with you yet.
Happy 15th anniversary sweetie. What a gift to be married to you for that long.
Our wrinkles and grey hairs are increasing, but so is our love.
These fun photos were snapped by our sweet friend Donna Domres during our visit back to WNY.