Thursday, May 22, 2008

This post is dedicated to the love of my life. Brian, I am very lucky to have you in my life. I realize that on almost a daily basis. In my career, you sometimes get to see the worst of the worst and I then I come home to the most amazing family and husband I could have asked for. Sometimes, I don't even have to look outside the family to realize I got "the pick of the litter." Bet you feel the same way ;-)

Nine years ago today, I made a promise to love, honor and cherish you. And I had no idea then that I could love you any more than I did that day. But, over the years the love has grown (so has our family, funny how that works). I can't even imagine where we will be in another nine years (grandparents?). All I know is that I want you to be on the journey with me. It doesn't really even matter where we end up (as long as it is far away from here).
So, here is a flashback to that day (when I was thinner and you had more hair) when we made a promise before God, our family, friends and a couple hundred Japanese tourists!
Don't we look happy!
This is such a pretty picture!
Wonder what she is thinking?

Wonder what he is thinking?

This is Joshua; he was so little. Now he's taller than both of us!

This is one of my favorites photos from our wedding.

There were two buses of tourists from Japan at the Falls.

They all watched our ceremony and took pictures, so we wanted one of them too!

The end of a long, fun day.

Check out my wedding shoes: platform tennis shoes.

What else would you where to hike a mountain?

Here's to many more, my love. Many more years of happiness, craziness, love.

I love you!


Aimee said...

Awesome tour, Sheri! Thanks for sharing. LOVE the pic with the tourists.

I'll have to say you got the second-best guy around, but the best for you! Happy anniversary to you both.

Anonymous said...

I love the Japanese tourists.

Loved seeing the pics! Happy belated anniversary.

Victoria Angelina said...

Here's to many, many more years of love and happiness-- after all, that's what it's all about. Love ya!

Anonymous said...

I hope to one day to have a happy life and family like you aunt Sheri! :)) Your pictures are beautiful and so are you :)