we are on our 6th year wedding anniversary
August 31, 2008 8:16pm CST
and we are stronger and better. me and my wife had been to a loy of ups and downs but we fought and will still be fighting with holding each others hands. our love and our faith with the Lord will be our shield and our weapon. we have a two and a half year old son that adds up to the smiles we have everyday. life is simple and happy when you are sorrounded by people you love and people you take care, and they love you and take of you too.
2 Oct 08
We are on our 7th actually about a couple of months ago. I am pretty sure there will be more to come as these are normal in a married life. But then we try our best to hold on to each other and save the marriage from any problem that may arise from day to day.
2 Sep 08
Happy 6th anniversary! We are living in a world of survival so keep it up. Marriage is a lifetime journey and a lifetime commitment as well. Let us keep our everyday life always a new one, with excitement discovering new ideas and talent and the willingness to share and to listen. Actually the secret of a happy marriage is put God in the center of your life and the rest will follow. For your information by November we are celebrating our 41st wedding anniversary. I've been very busy this last three weeks, this is my first response since then. I'll tell my stories and experiences later in the afternoon or evening.
• United States
1 Sep 08
Wow...Congratulations for that very special celebration se7enthbird, that is very cool and great that you were able to maintain the love or even make it more stronger! Many more more more years to come with so much blessings to your family! Cheers!
1 Sep 08
i am sure you are still both too much inlove with each other. i am so happy to see that you reached this far. and i know that you will celebrate more more anniversary in the future. way to go pare. just be the man who your wife fell in love with. if you are going t o change make it sure it is good for the relationship. pakiss sa inaanak ko. may God bless you aboth and happy anniversary again