On Saturday Chris and I celebrated 28 years together. We were sitting in our living room having our morning coffee and reminiscing when we suddenly decided to have an impromptu date.
Off to the mall we went for some cologne for Chris and a bit of lunch before work later in the day. (And unbeknownst to us at the time, we also found a ski jacket for me at an after-Christmas sale price. Woohoo!!!)
We walked around a bit then hit the food court. As I waited in line for a smoothie, Chris went off to Taco Bell. We settled to eat, and he told me he found the perfect sauce:
Isn’t that perfect for the day? In case it’s too small to see, the packet says Marry Me!
We both agreed we would do it again in a heartbeart. Maybe not a wedding, but the marriage for sure.
16 responses to “Our 28th Wedding Anniversary”
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Congratulations on your anniversary! The sauce packet was pretty perfect. I could hear Train singing that song, “marry me”.
ooooohhhhhhh. That is so perfect. Love Train!!!!
Happy anniversary! We totally enjoyed your wedding.
It still means a lot to me that you were willing to be a musician at the occasion, and that Uncle John was willing to be the emcee. Thanks for that!
I had forgotten. John was the emcee? Forgot that, too. I do remember that you got married.
You played the recorder before I walked in. You and Aunt Barbara played the beautiful prelude music. Uncle John did the announcing as we walked in at the reception.
Ah! I remember now. Thanks for the boost. The reception was fun because it wasn’t stuffy. Everyone was relaxed and having a good time.
Chris & Chrissie – it was meant to be! Happy Anniversary!
Even after 54 years we love those impromptu happenings ourselves. All the best, Life’s Longevity, making things happen for a long time. The key, Communicate, Communicate, Communicate. I guess for you two we shall throw in Snow Boarding as well. Just back from Garmish Partenkierchen, de. They were doing a lot of that kind of thing there. Happy New Year my friend.
Thank you! And you are so right on the communication. We find that when we don’t take at least our 15 minutes of coffee time each day, the marriage starts falling apart. Such a big little thing that time is.