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71st Wedding Anniversary

Started by FAFE, March 30, 2011, 06:08:12 am

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Actually, I married the boy down the block when I was 10 but I was told later that it wasn't legal.

18 years the first time, 6 weeks the second time...(not worth the price of the license)...18 years to the third...6 years the next time around and now 22 with Val. Started at 20 and gave myself no breathing spells. (Unless you count heavy breathing. I had to write that before Laurie jumped on it.)

# 1 has passed on, # two is alive but I don't care, number # 3 and 4 is one of my best friends, # 5 has passed on (we didn't actually marry but it counts) and #6 is Val. Jim wants to be #7 when Val passes. You'd think he'd know better. Some of us are just relationship-challenged.
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama


I never would have said a word about your heavy breathing.. not a word :)


Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama