Post # 76
We don’t really celebrate anniversaries – sometimes we exchange cards, go out for dinner or to a movie (just normal date night type things, nothing extravagant). We’ve been together almost 9 years (married for about 1 and a half), so I don’t find anniversaries a huge deal anymore. Maybe on our 10yr dating anniversary we’ll do something bigger since it’s kind of a milestone, but we’ll see!
Post # 77
I love these kinda threads. Our first anniversary we went out to dinner and hung out at the house. Our 2nd one – not sure… I want to go to a place called the “Plaza Lights” in KC, MO. I have never been and I’ve mentioned it to the Darling Husband several times so hopefully, he’ll take me there and maybe to a nice rest! 🙂
But when we bump upon another anniversary in the family we def. are happy for them and wish them lifelong blessings in their marriage for every marriage is different!
Post # 78
We acknowledge anniversaries… but seeing as we spent our first wedding anniversary picking weeds at our new house I would have to conclude that we didn’t think it was that important. I guess it’s because like Valentines Day it should be everyday that counts. Of course that doesn’t happen either but I can be a dreamer. 🙂
Post # 79
Is the question if we would have a party/vow renewal or something or if we celebrate it privately? Because yes, anniversaries first or
otherwise are important for
us to celebrate (we did a weekend getaway) BUT I wouldn’t have a party for other people to
Post # 80
also, no I wouldn’t care if something overlapped with the actual date. I wouldn’t take off work for it unless we were also going on vacation. We just celebrated the weekend before. We could also do the weekend after, bc who cares? I want to celebrate with my husband that we made it another year. The date only tells us when that is.
Post # 81
Next month will be our 28th wedding anniversary and yes we’ve celebrated all of them.
Post # 82
I think every anniversary is important as alot can happen in 365 days. New jobs, homeless, infidelity, kids, death, illness. I don’t think you need to have a party or holiday. However I think you should set out to have some a meal and some quiet / alone time with your other half , each doing something nice for the other to let the other know they are loved and appreciated. X
Post # 83
Yes every year is a big year for us. We’ve been togetger 10 1/2 yrs but married almost 5 months…
He’s already planning a trip and an early eternity ring!!
Post # 84
We got married on our friends 4 year anniversary LOL They didn’t mind! They were excited they had a wedding to go to on their special day. And honestly for our first anniversary we planned a vacation… but in the future we might just use it as an excuse to eat some good food! We are foodies so yes I guess in some sense you can say we are celebrating. But if we had other plans I dont think I’d mind!!