49 years but who’s counting?

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September 26, 1970

Oh, we haven’t changed a bit!  LOL!!!

My hair is brown.  Banjo Man’s hair is…there.  And I certainly can no longer fit in my size 5 wedding dress!  We turned into parents and then grandparents.  And had many, many adventures–good and not so good–together.  Always together.

But love endures, as they remind us on the Hallmark Channel.  We made it through 49 years and life is good!

So we are going down to the ocean tonight and will sit on the second floor deck at Champlin’s while eating seafood and watching the fishing boats.  Will has arrived and will be joining us in our celebration as he’s anxious to leave all that Texas BBQ behind for a few days and instead eat oysters and whatever fresh fish appeals to him.

It’s going to be nice evening, 75 degrees and blue skies over the water.  Happy Anniversary to us!

 

 

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7 Responses to 49 years but who’s counting?

  1. Phyllis Nolan says:

    What a wonderful photo…congratulations on 49. We will be 50 in two weeks. Whoa! How lucky we are to have our original mates and love them more than ever.

    Love to you both. Phyllis

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  2. Ruth Gobeille says:

    OMG my dear friends…congratulations! You are so very fortunate to have that enduring love.

  3. Bill and Ruth McEneaney says:

    Wow! 49 years! That’s a lot of love and being there for each other.
    Happy Anniversary to you both!
    Love, Bill and Ruth

  4. Ellie says:

    Love, love, love the wedding photo of you and Glen. He looks so “head over heels” for you and he still is…that love is brighter than the sun✨🌟💫 You two will be dancing to your 50th next year💞
    Congratulations on an incredible life of lovin’ each other and the life you have created with your love💖💐

  5. Marge Fridrich says:

    And many, many more.

    Thought I had written you a note which you would receive before Glen returned but have found no evidence of having done so. To say, we had such a nice time together and missed you. Thanks for being willing to go it alone for a few days.

    Hello to Will.

  6. Tom says:

    A great looking young couple who, like good wine, get better with age.

  7. Tom and Cynthia Fitchett says:

    Happy Anniversary!

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