Yesterday we celebrated an anniversary. Not my blog anniversary (though that happened a couple weeks ago without me even realizing it), but our wedding anniversary. We really don’t make a big deal out of anniversaries, especially our wedding anniversary. If I’m being honest (I try to be), I’ll admit there has been at least one year we both completely forgot our anniversary. Like completely – and randomly realized it two months later. I’ve told the story before of how we met and started dating, way back in high school. So by the time we got married, several years later, we didn’t really feel like it changed our relationship. But sometimes it’s fun to celebrate! Especially because the girls enjoy it.
So we celebrated a little bit yesterday. But we celebrated the way we most like to celebrate. By spending time together. And I got some bonus time because my boss, who is generally awesome, was even more awesome yesterday. We were talking after lunch and I mentioned that it was my anniversary, and he sent me home early! He wanted me to have extra time with my family. Who would turn that down? So I headed home and had some bonus time with Brinkley while Lee worked on his book and the girls were at art camp. The extra time Lee had to work meant that he was available in the evening for fun family time, which involved picking up dinner from one of our favorite restaurants and watching the Olympics. It may not seem like much of a celebration, but it’s our kind of celebration.
Reagan took a picture of us. Doesn’t that look like thirteen (married) years of happiness?
Linking up with Julie and Greta for #iPPP: