Monday, June 3, 2013

7th Anniversary

A couple of days ago my husband and I celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary.  My husband had been away on a business trip and was returning just in time to celebrate the big day.  As I stood in the hall looking out the small window in the door waiting for him to be dropped off I couldn't help but notice the weather.  It was June 1st and everyone was dressed like it was October 1st!  But I wasn't going to let the weather hold us back.  I didn't exactly factor in he might be tired after returning from Copenhagen, oops.  Needless to say there was no wild night on the town planned, but we did get a babysitter and head out for a yummy steak dinner.  And my husband also made it official through a well-made gift certificate of intention, he's going to buy me a car!  How in the world am I suppose to beat that gift???  It sure made the gift certificate I bought him from the golf shop look piddly.  
And the lovely words I wrote in his card were overshadowed by our tot jumping up and down in excitement that he was home (but hey, that's family life).  Last year I wrote a long post explaining a little about our wedding, so if you're interested you can see it here.  Otherwise, just rest assure it was a wonderful day (with much better weather than this year)!  I dug out some old pics (o.k. opened a folder on our computer) to show you a couple of my favorite photos from our wedding day.  And I also think it's funny to be writing the post today, June 3rd, because one of our wedding gifts was accidentally engraved with this date and is still displayed in our living room (it throws my husband off every year, ha-ha!)


  1. What a wonderful way to celebrate your anniversary Danica. Nothing spectacular, just simple and romantic. My way of celebrating too. God bless you both and many more years to come.

  2. Happy belated anniversary. Sounds like you had a really nice anniversary. I was just saying to my husband yesterday that it felt more like fall than summer weather here. Makes me wonder what the rest of this year will be like.