Today is my 18th wedding anniversary.
Interesting things I’ve realized this year about our marriage:
If our marriage was a child, it would now be a legal adult.
We’ve spent the equivalent of a person’s entire childhood building our marriage.
In the next year, my husband and I will be the age my parents were back when Eric and I started dating. And they were old!
I’ve been with my husband for over half of my life.
If we both live to our nineties, we could have 50 more years together. I shared this realization with my husband the other night and we were both like, woooow. I mean, in a good way. But also in an ugh kind of way. The reality of marriage.
Anyway, onto the good stuff I’ve learned. I wrote a post about our marriage on my Facebook page last year. Today, in honor of our 18th Anniversary, I’d like to share it here:
Believe me when I say, during those early days, I could never have imagined, that 18 years later, that not only would we still be together, but that we’d have grandkids and I’d be writing a book on marriage! Amazing stuff!
Happy Anniversary to My Love! Here’s to 50 more years! May they be the good kind of Wow!