I have an online friend, Darnell, which I sure many of you know and love. We've never met in person, but I know that we would thoroughly enjoy spending time together. Her blog posts are always entertaining and usually make me laugh...and I always need a laugh! I was missing from blog land for a while and Darnell was quick to notice my absence and sent me an email to check up on me...how sweet is that! Thank you Darnell...for being you...we all need someone like you in our lives!
Darnell and her Mister are celebrating their 42nd Anniversary...and another of our online friends, Ardyth has put together a little challenge for all of us to post our wedding photos...no prizes..just a lot of fun!
So...here's to you and the Mister, Darnell...Happy Anniversary!
Now I must confess what I did when making this card. I obviously don't read/comprehend some of what I read. I had the card all ready for the mail, when I realized that I'd put 43! Thank goodness I was able to peel the 3 off and replace it with a 2! Just so you know, Darnell...if the 3 hadn't come off, I'd have just sent it to you next year! LOL!
Now...my wedding photos. I have been fortunate enough to be married to TWO wonderful men. I was married the first time on July 19, 1970, when we were 19 years old. We had three children together - two girls and our son who was born 7 months after his Daddy died. (My children's father was killed in an auto accident just a few days after our 8th anniversary.)
About three years later, on April 11, 1981, I married my husband, Butch. We will soon celebrate our 32nd anniversary. What a wonderful man he is! He gladly accepted my three children, and loves them as his own. I have truly been blessed!
Here's a couple of photos from our wedding in 1981. These three kids are all grown now with children of their own. With our blended family, we have 5 children and 17 grandchildren! We are a big family...but I LOVE it!
My life is proof that God has a plan for our lives....it might not have been my plan...but obviously, God knows what I need much better than I do!
Thanks for stopping by...and again...Happy Anniversary, Darnell!! Until next time...