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      I appreciate that, Cynthia! I loved our wedding. Outdoors in spring in the desert with everything in bloom, next to a waterfall… Glad it brightened your day. 🙂

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      Thanks, Wally! I have to agree. Congratulations to you too. I guess as long as you keep helping each other look for your teeth, you know you have a keeper. 😉

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      LOL, Jacquie! But yes, totally true. I think the key when we get annoyed with our sig oth is to focus on why we fell in love with them, the things we’d miss if they were gone. Always reminds me how fortunate I am. He must do the same frequently, or this never would have worked for so long. 😉

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    Congratulatipns, Gwen. I know just how you feel because I am fortunate enough to be living my own happily-ever-after, too, thanks to my guy.

  2. thomreece

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    Beautiful words and thoughts, Gwen. Congratulations on your anniversary and I hope you have many more.

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      Thank you, janeknox! I’m always up for an occasion where I get a card from my husband. He doesn’t talk about feelings much, but he writes the nicest things. 😀

  3. Clive Harffy

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    Bit late for Happy Anniversary. Only just read your post! Perhaps one of the things people are trying to tell you Gwen is that it’s nice to get good news for a change. This September Angela and I will celebrate 50 years together. We’ve made many mistakes in those years, but getting married was not one of them. Be happy, you know it makes sense.

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