Cool! Happy 33rd Anniversary. Any big plans?
It’s Diane’s turn to pick the restaurant for dinner, Jeff. Then we might go see a movie. That’s about as much excitement as we can take.
Damn, she must be TOUGH!
Diane keeps me on task, Dan.
Congrats! Celebrate responsibly!
Dinner and a movie is about our speed, Bill.
Happy Anniversary. Interesting how many academics get married this time of year. Our anniversary is on the 21st. And our two closest friends are right around then too. It used to be the semester break back then.
Have a great time. Not many people make it this long.
Two of my sisters got married at this time of year, too, Patti. Congatulations to you and Phil!
Congratulations! Be sure to put together an album a third of the way through this year…
Thanks, Todd. I’ll keep it in mind.
Congratulations! I feel like such a piker compared to you (and Patti and Bill and Jeff, etc.) as my husband and I are about to celebrate only our 23rd anniversary in February–but, as he always says, once you get into double-digits you’ve already beaten the records for many couples!
Thanks, Deb! It seems like yesterday when we were celebrating our 23rd Anniversary. Then we blinked and 10 years had gone by.
George, congratulations to you and your lovely bride. (Though I hope she doesn’t have blue hair!)
They weren’t academics, but my parent’s wedding anniversary was yesterday.
No blue hair, Drongo, but red. Diane and I both love this time of year. An Anniversary just adds to it.
Good deal. Many more to come I’m sure.
Congrats to you both for 33 years. Sandi and I celebrate 32 today!
Happy Anniversary, Scott! Great minds think alike!
Happy Anniversary, George and Diane! Hope you enjoy many more wonderful years together.
You’re my favorite couple. Of course it was the red hair that put you over the top, so don’t take too much credit, George. And many, many more!
Your Birthday Box should have arrived by now despite some nuisance snow flurries that may have slowed its exit from Western NY, Art. You’re our favorite Emperor.
Quite a feat. Only 22 for us–22 lousy years.
Yes indeed, a very Happy Anniversary to you. We will celebrate our 23rd in May and I have no idea where the time went. I still feel like that gangly 20 year old (except for all the extra pounds) that was standing at the aisle just yesterday.
I feel the same way, Carl. And I have those extra pounds, too.
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