june 12th was our sixth wedding anniversary. i feel too young to be celebrating six years, but that's what happens when you meet in high school at 15, get engaged at 19 and married at 20... you celebrate six years when you're only 26.
both my husband and i will now admit that 20 was too young to get married. there were a lot of things we could've avoided had we waited. but we thought we knew better and got married anyway... two years of college left to go, nowhere to live, no legitimate jobs, but very generous parents.
as crazy and naive as we were, and as much of a rollercoaster as it's been:
i would choose him all over again today
hands down, no hesitation. after six years, we know that marriage comes down to good old fashioned commitment. our commitment has been tested and tried, and today it is stronger than ever. it has not been shaken, even through the fire. by God's grace we'll be here in 60 more years, testifying of God's faithfulness to us and our commitment to each other. and in love as ever. [we just have to live to 86. that's doable, right?]
after that surprise wedding a few weeks ago, we headed over to the Hotel Del Coronado and bought ourselves a one- night stay for our anniversary [which was the next weekend].
june 12th rolled around, and reese slept over at her grandparents and we headed out.
|dinner. [from my phone... lame]|
|love this little house. the town is full of great houses like this one.|