Today is our six year anniversary.
When I started this blog, I had nothing but time. But now, I’m trying hard to fit everything I need to do and want to do in the day. Time is no longer infinite. For my husband, I feel, it is the opposite. His work hours are less intense and he no longer has to study in his spare time. He seems to be gaining time.
After a whole year with our awesome daughter, we are still finding our “just right” balancing act. My husband drops her off at daycare in the morning; I pick her up in the afternoon. We read her I love you, Stinky Face — I read the mama parts; he reads the kid parts. I come in for a kiss on her right cheek; my husband goes for the left.
We are both so thankful for the chance to balance all that life throws at us and to balance each other out.
Happy anniversary to my husband, the best counterpart I could ask for.
Today is our five year anniversary.
In the past year, I didn’t post here at all. I just didn’t feel like it. In the tv show Girls, Lena Dunham’s character says that one of the good things about being an adult is that you can say ‘no’ to things you don’t want to do. And I just didn’t want to post. But my anniversary post is my ongoing love letter to my husband and I couldn’t say ‘no’ to that.
Earlier this month, we were lucky enough to welcome a beautiful, healthy baby girl into our family. As parents, we have to always put someone else ahead of ourselves. Throughout my pregnancy and at the hospital for the birth, it became even more apparent to me that my husband has already been doing that for a while now with me.
Happy anniversary to my husband, a man worth posting for.
Today is our four year anniversary.
We’ve had a really tumultuous year – some really great times and some times we both would’ve rather just stayed in bed than face the day.
During those high times, I’d look next to me and see my husband’s giant smile. And during those low times, I could feel my husband standing next to me as he held my hand.
Happy anniversary to my husband, the person who will always be besides me for both the highs and the lows.
Today is our three year anniversary.
When we got married, we celebrated with my extended family three months after we tied the knot. Since most of my family is in New York or New Jersey, we organized hors d’oeuvres at my aunt and uncle’s house and a nice dinner at a restaurant in New Jersey.
And even though today my husband and I are celebrating three years, just four months ago, we were having another wedding celebration with my husband’s extended family.
His family is much more spread out — from Texas to Boston, Chicago to Atlanta. So while my mother-in-law wanted to plan something sooner, things got swept up in distance and “Indian Standard Time” (always running late), and so it got put off to this past summer.
Happy anniversary to my husband. I’d be as happy today celebrating four months as I am celebrating three years, so then I could do it all over again with him.
Today is our two year anniversary.
Due to Hurricane Sandy, we are both at home all day today and tomorrow. We’ve been doing some work, watching tv, eating lots of snacks, checking the weather report and peering out the windows.
And, we just started watching The Newsroom on HBO.
In the final sequence of episode 4, “I’ll Try to Fix You,” they play Coldplay’s song, “Fix You.” Even though I don’t love that song, I think of it as one of the sweetest songs. Coldplay’s Chris Martin reportedly wrote the song for his wife, Gwenyth Paltrow, when her father died. She came home from the hospital in tears and he asked what he could do for her. And she replied, “Just hold me cause you’re the only thing that can fix me right now.”
Although my husband will never write me a song, he always fixes me when I’m sad, angry, or upset, even if it’s at him.
Happy anniversary to my favorite handy man.
Today is our one year anniversary.
One year ago, we went to City Hall, with our parents and siblings in tow, and tied the knot.
My husband and I are pretty opposite. He likes spicy food, I can’t handle spice. My husband likes politics, I like entertainment news. My husband likes to watch BBC, I like Food Network.
It’s nice to have some variety. It’s like listening to two great love songs one after another, totally opposite songs, but both amazing in their own way:
Anyway, happy anniversary to my husband, my biggest supporter and greatest love.