Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Celebrating Our Anniversary


A Shared Path - 35 Years

God
Growing
Memories
June 11, 1978
Commitment
Loving
Grieving
Golden Fields
Music
Family
Laughter
Children
Call to Ministry
Good-Byes
Prayers
Seattle
Comfort
Adventure
Minnesota
Illness
Friends
Forgiveness
Montana
Exploring
New Mexico
Hiking
Cruising
Long Talks
Hawaii
River Floats
Exhaustion
Relaxation
St. Louis
River Walk
Steadfast




14 comments:

affectioknit said...

Congratulations! Happy Anniversary!

~Have a lovely day!

Anne Marie said...

Happy Anniversary!

Sarah Purdy said...

Congrats! Hope you both have a lovely anniversary!

Mom said...

Amazing how you summed up your 35 years together in 1 word segments. Love you guys!

Michelle said...

June 11 will always have special memories for me, too. I'm so happy for you and your great marriage and lovely family. Nothing in this life beats that.

AKM said...

Yay! Happy anniversary!

Sue said...

Thank you! I've hardly seen Mike today because he is pastoring a family who just lost a loved one. You understand how that goes, don't you?

Sue said...

Thank you! We actually celebrated by taking that trip to St. Louis but we'll be going out to dinner tonight.

Sue said...

Thanks, Sarah! It doesn't take as long as you think to hit 35 years!

Susie said...

I just decided to do that this morning, typing 35 of the first things that came to mind. It was kind of fun, actually.

We love you, too, Mom!

Sue said...

Yes, we think of you and Jerry today as well. I also remember your wedding and it made me happy to know we got married on the same day as the two of you.

Sue said...

Thank-you! Since we called St. Louis our anniversary trip in April, we've really made this anniversary carry on quite awhile!

Tina said...

Happy Anniversary to my favorite couple! Love you so much! Hope you had a WONDERFUL day.

Tina said...

oops! Read all of the comments. Sorry about your church family.

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