10!

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May 31, 1999--Memorial Day that year--Rick and I were married. It seems impossible that it's been 10 years since we exchanged vows at Indian Hills in the foothills of the Rockies, but it has. We celebrated Sat. night by going to one of our favorite restaurants for dinner and then, this morning, Rick surprised me by singing me that old Robert Goulet standard "If Ever I Would Leave You." It was great! He did a wonderful job and the dachsies joined in, howling along in chorus. Loved it.

Here we are with the girls on our special day. They are all grown up now--well, the youngest is 17, which is grown up compared to the little sprite in the photo.

J and R and girls wedding.jpg
The weather was gorgeous today and we spent much of the day in the garden. I got a bunch of annuals potted up that I've had for about 10 days that were crying out to be planted, and then we had a lovely dinner. It was a quiet day, and just right. We had planned something grander for this special anniversary, but with Rick not having yet found a new job, it just wasn't in the cards. Maybe for our 11th!

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Sibylle said:

You look gorgeous in that picture - in fact, all of you look absolutely radiant! Yes, that's the correct word, it's as if you're radiating happiness and sunshine :-)

Happy anniversary and big hugs!!

Julia said:

Sibylle! So happy to hear from you! I need to check in over on your blog to hear how your new life in Dublin is unfolding!

Thanks for the compliment--it was a magical day and we were, indeed, radiating happiness and sunshine! When you're following your heart and your Spirit, that seems to be the result!

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