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Nine years

Where we were nine years ago…

And where we are now nine years later…

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A marriage motto:
We are a work in progress
with a lifetime contract

{Phyllis Koss}

We’re still a work in progress, but happy to be working alongside you…

Happy Anniversary, honey!

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Linking up to Sakura Haruka,
Little Drummer Boys and
Twinkle in the Eye

 

P.S. On how we first met. A smashing love poem. And is it okay to go to bed angry?

Comments

  1. Happy Anniversary! What lovely family photos!

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  2. Happy Anniversary! What an amazing journey you've already have. It will be interesting to see your photo in another 9 years!

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  3. Happy anniversary. Beautiful pictures and I love that marriage motto.

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  4. Happy anniversary! Your baby is just gorgeous and such a handsome older brother too!

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  5. Now I love that saying - might have to put on our fridge! Happy anniversary, you were a stunning bride!

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  6. Happy Anniversary! And what an awesome marriage motto, I may have to adopt that for Dave and I!

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  7. Happy Anniversary. You all look very happy!!

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  8. Happy Anniversary! I really love your marriage motto.

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  9. Happy anniversary! They are both fabulous photos :)

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  10. Happy Anniversary - good things are worth working at.

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  11. Wow Happy Anniversary. Hope you had a lovely day, with you're gorgeous family.

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  12. Blessed anniversary, wow 9 years, not sure if you know chinese but "chang chang jiu (9) jiu (9)" Heh may the years ahead be filled with even more love and blessings than the ones before. ;)

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  13. Happy anniversary! Love and blessings for the next 9 years and beyond :)

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  14. Beautiful words , you have a beautiful ,blessed family.

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