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Celebrating 20 Years of Marriage

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My wife and I recently celebrated our 20th Anniversary down in West Palm Beach.  I'm truly blessed as we are more in love today than ever before.  Here is some footage from West Palm.

 

 

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Very nice Congratulations to both of you. 

 

Nice editing and cool song, drone videos get views you could not see any other way. :emotion-21:

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Congratulations Youthman, to you and your wife! 

 

We are coming up on our 42ond anniversary next month.  We love each other and our daughter, dearly.  For some it does work!

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7 hours ago, dtel said:

drone videos get views you could not see any other way.

....so does marriage

 

Congrats on 20 years and wishing you many, many wonderful more!   :emotion-21:

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Thanks everyone.

 

7 hours ago, dtel said:

Nice editing and cool song, drone videos get views you could not see any other way.

That's the one thing that I love about flying the DJI Phantom 4.  You get to experience the world from a totally different perspective.  And what I see on my iPad Mini is exactly what you see in the video.  When I was younger, I dreamed of being a pilot.  Now I am one.  LOL

 

6 hours ago, garyrc said:

We are coming up on our 42ond anniversary next month.  We love each other and our daughter, dearly.  For some it does work!

Congrats Gary to you and your wife!  That's awesome.  I love hearing of marriages that are thriving.  One day I want to be that cute old couple that have been married for 60 years and still act like we are newlyweds. 

 

33 minutes ago, Tasdom said:

...so does marriage

LOL.  You have a good point there.

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Congratulations. Wishing you many years of continued friendship, laughs and fun.

Cheers, Jeff

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45 minutes ago, Youthman said:

One day I want to be that cute old couple that have been married for 60 years and still act like we are newlyweds. 

My parents made it 72 (or 74, I forget) years.  It was unbelievable.

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Congrats my friend, 20 years is a long time for her to put up with you.:P

 

Beautiful area.  My first ocean scuba dive was about a mile offshore.

 

Bill

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congrats to you & your bride sir.  it really is great to read/hear/see couples that are able to make it to 20 yrs or more - @CECAA850 your folks,  @garyrc 42 for you & yours.  sometimes seems to becoming more a rarity that it works than that it doesn't.

 

congrats & best wishes for many many more!

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1 hour ago, willland said:

Congrats my friend, 20 years is a long time for her to put up with you.:P

Haha for sure!

 

40 minutes ago, -js- said:

sometimes seems to becoming more a rarity that it works than that it doesn't.

This is true.  We just made a commitment from the beginning that divorce is not an option.  My parents split up when I was 7, several remarriages.  I saw first hand how much pain and struggle it brings.  I also prayed for 10 months for God to send me who He wanted me to be with.  I truly believe my wife is an answer to prayer.  I could not have found a more perfect wife for me.

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About 27 years for me...

 

Congrats and good luck on your next 20.

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I was raised within a similar situation as you described. Sadly, I believe that my mother shouldn't had any children.

Everyday, I am thankful to have found and married my best friend.

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Everything we have been through in life (good, the bad and the ugly) has helped to mold and shape us into who we are today.  It's those past experiences that often help us to become better for the sake of those that will come along behind us.  Our past can either make us bitter or better.  I have made a conscious decision to become better.  I had a great childhood (although it was difficult at times) but I do not ever want my children to have to go through that hurt that I experienced as a child. 

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13 minutes ago, Schu said:

About 27 years for me...

That's awesome Shu. 

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