Two years of marriage.

Today is our two year wedding anniversary. I can't really believe it. I know people always say this when they think about how much time has passed but it's really true; it seems like just yesterday...

I think everything in life is a learning experience. So what have I learned?

- Don't ignore the little stuff. The small, every day things are the most important sometimes. They're the path from point A to point B in a marriage and in life. I'm learning not to dwell, but also not to pretend they don't exist.

- Treating your husband like he's a child, doesn't go over well. There's a fine line between caring for someone and treating them like they're incapable of caring for themselves.

- Sharing experiences makes the time more enjoyable. Whether it's a vacation together or grocery shopping together -- there's a reason you chose to spend your life with this other person. Plan things so that both of you can be a part of it.

- Money doesn't equal happiness, but life glides more smoothly when you have it. However, there's a difference between watching your pennies and guarding your paychecks like a hawk.

We've done a lot in the past year (all of which is documented in the archives!). It's so exciting to spend every day with my best friend. :)  I'm happy to be able celebrate another year of marriage -- we're getting pretty good at it!


  1. We are almost wedding date twins! Trevor and I were married on June 18, 2011 :)

  2. Congrats on your second year! I just celebrated my 2nd on June 18th as well! I just found your blog and am your newest follower.



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