September 17, 2007

I've been busy this past weekend

And not just with the everyday stuff, either. More of the "happens once a year" stuff. More specifically, my wedding anniversary, number seven if you're keeping track which, of course, I am. Seven years of being married to a warm-hearted, wonderful woman who smiles and laughs and endures my, err, idiosyncracies as best she can. Seven years of happiness that I could not have imagined before I met her. I hit life's lottery and convinced someone too good for me that I was the one for her. And to this day, she'll tell you that she's the lucky one.

Let me borrow a few words from a John Denver song:

Your kisses that I live for, your love that lights my way. The happiness that living with you brings me.

It's the sweetest thing I know of,
just spending time with you.
It's the little things that make a house a home.
Like a fire, softly burning,
Supper's on the stove.
It's the light in your eyes that makes me warm.

So that was my weekend. How was yours?

Posted by Physics Geek at September 17, 2007 03:43 PM | TrackBack StumbleUpon Toolbar Stumble It!
Comments

Tell me my friend, what 'tis thy love you speaketh?

Posted by: fakespear at September 17, 2007 04:05 PM

congrats!!!

Posted by: vw bug at September 17, 2007 07:10 PM

My wife has developed the wonderful habit of planting a tree for occasions like this, so we can watch it grow over the years. The problem is the deed restrictions...

We need a survivalist compound, with a berm around the perimiter, and an aquaponics setup similar to the ones they teach you about here: http://www.morningstarfishermen.org/education.html

Posted by: Some guy at September 17, 2007 09:59 PM

Imagine an aquaculture setup with this to prepare your harvest: http://blog.scifi.com/tech/archives/2007/09/14/sushi_for_dummi.html

Posted by: Some guy at September 17, 2007 10:05 PM

24-hour stomach bug, actually. Nowhere near as nice as your weekend.

I did have a rather nice vacation a couple weeks ago, though.

Posted by: wheels at September 18, 2007 10:11 PM