Posted by: judytrealestate | September 6, 2010

Happy Anniversary to my other half – 41 years is not such a long time!

Today my husband and I celebrate our 41st wedding anniversary. I realize that by today’s standards this is considered to be quite a feat but I want you to know that although the road has been rough at times, it feels like only a while ago that we were those two young kids who exchanged vows and started this roller coaster ride called marriage.

Celebrating in Aruba

We met when I was a high school junior and he was getting ready to go into the Navy. Remember the song, “Summer of ’69”? Well we were there and lived it. Mike had planned to go to Woodstock but never made it there. Instead, that was when we found out that we were expecting our firstborn. So you guessed it, we told our parents and then we were married on a rainy Saturday after Labor Day all those years ago.

Most people we knew said it would not last but I knew one thing, I had made promises before God and I intended to keep them with His help and guidance.

Can I say we were always in love? No I can’t in fact probably just the opposite. But then again what is love? 1Cor. 13 gives a description of love and it is not a feeling as most think. Love is action, it is a decision we make.

Today I want to thank my husband for sticking it out, for loving me when I was unlovable and for deciding to grow old with me instead of trading me in for a younger model. I believe that the best is yet to come for us. Happy Anniversary Honey.

All my love,

Judy Tuscano, REALTOR
Your NH Real Estate Professional
Prudential Verani Realty
603-498-2263 cell phone
603-693-0919 office direct

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