Today is my 13th wedding anniversary. I realized yesterday that I’ve never written about my anniversary before, and since I’ve had this blog 3 years now and my business blog 6, and I’ve been writing my newsletter for 7 years, I find that kind of incredible.


We actually met on December 7th, 1994; she doesn’t remember the date, but I do. I was working at a health center and she came in as a patient looking to see if she could save money on some dental work she needed done. Y’all might not believe it, but she actually pursued me at the time; I couldn’t do it because of medical privacy laws. My dad always thanked her for that, because he said he couldn’t see me asking her out first. Hey, all four of my long term relationships began with the woman asking me out first; isn’t that something?

We’ve had a lot of fun over the years. I’ve told her I’m Roger Rabbit to her being Jessica Rabbit; she laughs at me all the time. Our first real date had us going to a Chinese buffet, where I had an encounter with tofu that caused me to spit it out and kept her laughing and crying for almost 30 minutes. There’s been a lot of incidences like that over the years; she’s a great audience.

That picture you see above is, of course, from our wedding. She made that wedding dress; the woman has talent. I still have that suit; doesn’t quite fit as well as it did when I bought it, unfortunately. I got a lot of enjoyment out of that cake, which her father paid for, but which I ordered from my favorite bakery, Harrison Bakery; those folks need a website. My friend Scott took this picture, and that’s his daughter Krystal to the left; great kid. Okay, I just have to say this; cake, mmmmmm…

Later today we’ll be going to the Spaghetti Warehouse for dinner because, oddly enough, they sent us a coupon for half off our meal for our anniversary; I didn’t even know they knew when our anniversary was. This is a great way to do business, that’s for sure.

Anyway, it’s a special day, and I’m happy to have made it to 13 years. Truthfully, there’s a lot of people who never thought I would ever get married; I’m betting they’re still surprised. lol Meanwhile, let me help give you a little bit of motivation saying that you can do anything you want to in your life. Try to tell me this isn’t cute:

Wedding Cake

Price – $75.00






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