is it good or nice

@tigeraunt (6331)
Philippines
February 26, 2011 8:07am CST
my husband is abroad and we are celebrating our wedding anniversary. and since he is very far away, we celebrated talking with each other on cam and we also ate dinner together both in front of the cams. we had nice conversations and discussed a few nostalgic moments. i had sent gifts in advance and it reached him in time. and he did too. when is your anniversary? how do you celebrate it? ann
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• United States
26 Feb 11
My wedding anniversary is in May, this year will be our third. The first one he took me to a show but last year, I don't think we did anything. I don't know if we'll do anything this year, either.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
hi gloomcookielex, i guess you can plan ahead and surprise him? you can cook his favorite and you can arrange the house into something romantic setting so that when he arrives home, he gets a nice surprise. wouldnt be that wonderful? have a nice day. ann
• United States
27 Feb 11
No, actually. We live in a very tiny apartment, there's nothing to arrange. He doesn't have a favourite meal, much less can we afford that anyway. Nor is he working on our anniversary, so there's nothing he'd be coming home from, either. And ultimately, he really doesn't like when I do things like that in general.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
3 Mar 11
hi gloomcookie, am sure there is something special you can do for the occasion no matter how simple. you just have to have the initiative and the creative mind. good luck and happy anniversary in advance. ann
@shibham (17022)
• India
28 Feb 11
Hi dear... it seems that both of you are made for each other. You have applied all the efforts to show your love to each other. Me. i am single, so no celebration either. Have a nice day.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
3 Mar 11
hi shibham, when you get to the stage of having a partner in life, i hope you stay together always, like where he works, you are there too. that way, you will fell complete all the time. have a nice day. ann
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
3 Mar 11
got to correct my spelling: that way, you will feel complete all the time.
@savypat (20246)
• United States
26 Feb 11
We were married in August and we generally go out to dinner, but I think this year I will just try to fix something really nice at home. Eating out has just become to expensive for us.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
hello pat, i think that will be wonderful. dinner at home will be so nice too. you will just have to add up some itchytiniewinnie things like candle dinner and music. but of course, what matters most is that you two are together and loving each other. have a nice day. ann
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
uhhh i missed something. i mean candle lit dinner. not candle for dinner. hehehehehe. sorry
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
1 Mar 11
This year my husband and myself will be celebrating our seventh anniversary. It is on the 31st of July and I start looking forward to it as soon as my birthday has passed. It isn't because we do anything special to celebrate our anniversary, but it feels like each year that passes is a hurdle that we have been able to overcome. We will probably go out to eat dinner at one of our favorite restaurants and perhaps have a babysitter for the children. Other than that, nothing really special for our anniversary.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
3 Mar 11
dear dora, everyday is a test to every couple. the commitment to stay together harmoniously is the key to the success of a relationship. but also to spice up the relationship, you have to have a creative mind to make celebrations fun and unforgettable. have a very nice day. ann
@beamer88 (4267)
• Philippines
26 Feb 11
Wow, I envy you. My wife and I see each other everyday, and still there were two occasions that one of us had forgotten our anniversary. At least, it's 1-1 :) I hope the score ends there.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
hi beamer, for a housewives/woman it is a very important thing that the husbands/men remember this important day in their lives. but of course, due to so many priorities they tend to forget this day - sometimes both forgets. well i guess, the best way to make up is celebrating it even if it is already belated. thank you for your contribution in this discussion. have a very nice day ann
@duh_nick (34)
• Philippines
26 Feb 11
That is great! Communication really is essential to any kind of relationship. it's good that you take time to do that. Nowadays, people find that cheesy. Not to me, of course. I'm not married. Just wanted to tell you how awesome that is.
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
hi nick, thank you so much for joining in. i agree about communication. it is the best way for a relationship to grow .. communicate, be caring and sweet, and be honest with each other. have a nice day. ann
• India
26 Feb 11
Sweety So nice to hear this, this is wonderful way of celebrating. Once I was not in home on our Anniversary, out on a tour, so she kept ringing me several times, i think every 5 minutes. Thanks for sharing Cheers. God bless you, have a nice day ahead. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
it is really very very good then. and in that happy occasion, it is always so nice to say how much you love each other inspite of the many trials that come your way. thank you so much for sharing too, professor. have a very nice weekend. ann