• Feel Good Friday!

    August is one packed with special birthdays and it ends off with my parent's anniversary. This year my parents celebrate their 31st anniversary. Whenever I tell people the amount of time my parents have been together, I am usually greeted with gasps. When I ask why they had that reaction to what I said, they respond that it's shocking people can stay together for so long and not get bored. I won't go into this too indepth because that will be ranting post....I personally just do not understand that point at all.  I don't know if I am the only person who encounters this, but I find it very sad that people feel this way. So many people have given up on love it seems
    I personally love the fact that my parents are still so happily married and how supportive they are of each other.  It is what I hope and wish for, for my future and for the future of my sister one day.  We shouldn't lose sight of great things in life - celebrate them and celebrating lasting love!

    To my parents - HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! Thank you for being such a wonderful example to me and Samantha. We love you both so very much <3

    Big Hugs,


    1. Hi Charlene. My parents in law are married for 50 years this year. My parents for 47 years. My brother for 20 years and I'm for 15 years. I think that its wonderful that your parents have been married for 31 years. Congratulations.

      1. Thanks for sharing all of this Erica. It is truly heartwarming.

    2. Happy ANNIVERSARY to your parents :-)

    3. Hey Charlene, I so agree with you! My parents have been married for 39 years and together for 42! I so appreciate that they love each other more everyday than they did the last and they have been great relationship role models to me. It's a feat that I hope to replicate one day :)
      Congrats to your parents!

      1. It is definitely something I hope for and will work hard for with my upcoming marriage. Thanks for the well wishes as well XXX

    4. I hope your parents had a lovely anniversary!
      I don't get it either to be honest. Isn't marriage supposed to be forever? I am so glad I didn't go into my marriage with an 'expiration date' in mind or thoughts of getting bored. Such a pity.
      I've only (just) been married for 6 years and I think we have more fun, are more supportive and love each other more deeply now than we thought we could then. I can't wait for the rest of forever.


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