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Lost: Track of Time – Found: 7 year anniversary

2 Aug

Wow, time sure does fly quickly. Tomorrow is my 7th wedding anniversary. We cannot believe it has been 7 years already, it feels like 2! We are still madly and deeply in love with each other, still enjoy each others company and still have sex…good sex! Important things for a marriage to last and be a good one. We’ve transitioned into parenthood very well, still making time for each other and not just making it all about our little girl.

As I reminisce about our wedding, I thought it would be a good time to share the story of our wedding and wedding night. We have never been conventional or “normal” people, we’ve had our share of drama so when we got engaged after being apart for 10 weeks, then married 3 weeks after that, it didn’t really come as a shock to our families. We got married on the beach in Mexico in August at high noon, can you say HOT!!!! That was nuts, but we did it. After it was all over we swapped our dress up clothes for our swimsuits and hit the swim-up bar pool. This is where we parked ourselves for the afternoon. The stress of the day left us little time to eat, we drank instead. My husband was having a great time, we had met a lovely couple from England and we were chatting away, at 5pm it was time to head back to the room to get cleaned up for our wedding dinner on the beach. I think it took 3 guys to help my new hubby out of the pool, and then he basically piggy backed on me to stumble back to our room, he was hammered!

I didn’t think he was as bad off as he was, I went to use the bathroom first and when I came out I had a naked man sprawled on my bed and vomit all over the nice white bedding! LOVELY! This is quite the turn-on for the wedding night! He was out cold. So I wasn’t going to sit there and miss out on dinner, I was starving, we paid a lot for the meal, so I got dressed up and walked down to the beach alone, where I sat and enjoyed my meal, sans hubby! A little embarrassing but, oh well, what’s a girl to do! He didn’t do it on purpose and I knew I was in for some MAJOR sucking up, so I took it with stride.

Now every year on our anniversary I remind him of how he missed our wedding dinner and wedding night entirely, he still feels bad to this day, the story just makes me laugh.

To my husband: I love you more and more with each passing day, there is no one else on this earth I would rather spend my life with. I love you!

Happy 7th Anniversary!