Wednesday, July 22, 2009

32 Years of Pink Roses

Today is our 32nd wedding anniversary. My that sounds like a long time - makes me think I should be more grown up and older than I feel. I carried pink roses in my bouquet and they have always been my favourite colour of roses. Life has not been strewn with pink roses - we've had ups and downs but I have never regretted marrying Tim and am so thankful for the years we have had together. I hope we have at least another 32!

We have overnight guests staying with us tonight and I'll be making dinner for them. So Tim and I will celebrate on Friday. It will be low key, but fun just to be together.

(edited to add: I pushed publish before changing the post option date - our anniversary is the 23rd, not the 22nd)


  1. Lorrie I wish you and Tim a wonderful celebration of your lives together...
    Victorially Karla

  2. Happy day~happy life~!

  3. Happy anniversary, I love to see happy couple xoxox Clarice

  4. Happy Anniversary! I am sure you will have many, many, more pink roses...

  5. Wishing you a wonderful anniversary celebration! There's not much greater compliment than "I'd do it all over again."

  6. Happy anniversary ! Wishing you and Tim lots of happiness for another 32 and more.
    Loved your blue and green bench cover, by the way, and I had been pondering for some months now what color scheme I would use in our bedroom. I love blue, but I have an old chair from my grandma, that she had from her mother, that was reuphostered in an almond green fabric, so I decided to use both colors, like you ! I was very surprised to read about the two of them not supposed to be mixed. My mother knows a lot of those that her mother used to say... I should make a list of them and post about it.

  7. Lorrie 32nd wedding anniversary is something to celebrate my hat is off to you!!

  8. Happy Anniversary!

    ~ Gabriela ~


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