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Happy Anniversary

29 years ago today, I stood in front of a judge with a beautiful woman and said " I DO" . It has been a long road, full of potholes, 2 kids, and numerous other events.

My wife is a saint to put up with me, and now she is recovering from a stroke.
( BTW, she is getting better every day).

What did she do to deserve this? Don't know, but she will be getting Steak and Lobster tonight for dinner.

To all that have a signifigant other, cherish the time together, and don't forget to always go to bed happy with your other, you may not get another chance.


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Happy Anniversary Warlord. I'm a little ways behind you with 17 yrs next Sat. Everyone listen to Warlord, "Go to bed happy". Has worked for me.

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Wise words to live and stay happy with! Congratulations to both of you!

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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Wise words indeed. Congratulations to both of you. I`m happy to hear your wife is continuing to recover from the stroke. You both have a ways to go to catch up to me and my bride, though. It will be 35 years next March.

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Happy Anniversary Warlord!


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Congrats.........

Now this is what you do for Next year but you have to keep it a Secret. Get a church and Minister lined up for your 30th. Let everybody know about it. Then a day or two before you take her out for a Anniversary dinner in a Busy Restaurant and set it up with the Restaurant for you to ask her hand in Marriage again. Or you can do it anytime or anywhere you want But, In front of a lot of people works the Best.

It's Let Her know that You still find Her Desirable enough to Spend the Rest of Your Life With Her.

I did something like that on our 20th and the Wife walked around on air for the next 6 months after the Revows.

Oh and I also picked up another wedding band too.

WOW! Time Flies it'll 33 Years this December or 13 for the Re-Vows.

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29 years ago today, I stood in front of a judge with a beautiful woman and said " I DO" . It has been a long road, full of potholes, 2 kids, and numerous other events.

My wife is a saint to put up with me, and now she is recovering from a stroke.
( BTW, she is getting better every day).

What did she do to deserve this? Don't know, but she will be getting Steak and Lobster tonight for dinner.

To all that have a signifigant other, cherish the time together, and don't forget to always go to bed happy with your other, you may not get another chance.

JaY



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Wise words indeed. Congratulations to both of you. I`m happy to hear your wife is continuing to recover from the stroke. You both have a ways to go to catch up to me and my bride, though. It will be 35 years next March.
X2 on the congrats and prayers for a continued recovery.And as for you Hoss give account of yourself ,for the last several days we were ready to send out the search party,we missed you!




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XI waited patiently for the Lord; and he turned unto me, and heard my cry. X
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