Seven years.

Monday, August 5, 2013

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I could have never imagined as a bright eyed, young bride of 22 what my life would look like 7 years later.

Tony and I were relatively quick to marry, just a little over a year and a half after we met online. Thankfully, what we saw in each other then was correctly assumed. The many good characteristics Tony told me of himself and the numerous ones I saw in him, have only grown stronger in our years together.

I think about our crazy life together like two people holding hands twirling. Seriously, go there with me for a second. With our hands clasped and our feet moving, we can be in complete unison, just along for the ride, with the trees and warm sunshine a happy blur. Sometimes, one of us will misstep though. Our hands can remain clasped, but it's a little jerky getting back into rhythm. Jerky, but not impossible. [it's a dorky analogy, but I like it]

Mr. Fontaine, there's no one else I'd do life with.

No one.

Thank you for being a man of integrity, who wants nothing more than to be a Godly example to his children and wife. I'll thank you for it now, they will thank you for it later.

If there was one thing I could say to summarize your devotion as a husband, it is this; there has not been a minute in any single hour I have been your wife that I have ever doubted your love for me. 
 

6 comments:

Rose said...

Congratulations! I always forget we were married the same year! :o)

You guys look so young and beautiful (and pretty much the same as you do now!).

Ginger Leann Adams said...

Happy Happy Anniversary to ana awesome couple!!

Dana said...

Happy anniversary

Julie S. said...

Congratulations! Here's to a lifetime more. :)

Megan said...

Congratulations, I am so glad you guys enjoyed your day/night!

Cari said...

Congratulations! Beautiful family!

 

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