I still remember the morning five years ago. We woke up in our hotel room, breaking the rules about seeing each other before the wedding. We dressed and went downstairs to have breakfast, the ring boxes on the table between us. I think the waitress asked us if we had any special plans for the day and we giddily told her we were getting married. The rest of the day was perfect.
There have certainly been parts of the last five years that weren’t perfect, but I am so grateful that you are my dance partner for life and I still wake up each and every day excited to be married to you. Thank you for a wonderful five years and I hope it’s just the beginning of many, many more.
Marriage is not a noun; it’s a verb. It isn’t something you get. It’s something you do. It’s the way you love your partner every day. — Barbara de Angelis