Thursday, November 20, 2008

Anniversary Tribute

Happy Anniversary to my wonderful dear husband.

I'm so thankful that God put us together. It's through God's grace that we keep going with a great marriage.

Here's to my dh:

He's been gentle and kind, generous and loving. He's been a great provider and protector. He has patiently endured all my sinful attempts to be the leader.

He fixes all sorts of things from computers to toilets. : ) He keeps our house and yard in working order.

He prays for me and provides spiritual guidance.
He's been the best husband for me for the last 21 years!


8 comments:

BrasherGirl said...

Happy Anniversary! May God bless you and your husband with many, many more happy years together!

(November is a busy anniversary month in our family—both of my sisters celebrated their anniversaries earlier this month, my husband and I will celebrate ours this Sunday, and my parents will be celebrating 54 years of marriage next week on Thanksgiving Day!)

Mom said...

You've been married HOW LONG? Congratulations! Your hair is really getting long. Is Derrill about to give you a bob? Are you growing it for Locks of Love? I'm not sure anyone would want your hair unless it could be glued into a hair style. Even then I am not sure it would stay styled! LOL - Is that lots of laughs or lots of love? You decide.

Hope said...

Congrats, and may you have many more! It's a blessing to watch you guys together. ;-)

momawake said...

The pic of my long hair is from '06. I already donated it to Locks of Love. The first pic is from HI '07.

I'll take LOL as both!

Mom to Anyone said...

Congratulations!

Mom said...

I thought I had seen the first picture before!

Nanci said...

Just wanted to wish you and your husband a Happy Anniversary. God Bless.

emadethis said...

Congratulations! My parents are coming up on their 29th in January. I praise the Lord every day for the blessing of having had two parents who have committed themselves to loving each other in Christ. I know Amy will grow more and more to appreciate your own promise to each other.