The interior language of a marriage

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HollyGolightly

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Sep 6, 2013
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#28
I’ve been married almost 20 years now... 3 happily. ;)

She asked me yesterday what the traditional 20th wedding anniversary gift is. I said Jägermeister , lots and lots of Jägermeister. She laughed and agreed.
LOL - 3 happily - I can identify with that. I'm learning: happiness doesn't always mean the absence of unhappiness - sometimes there really is happy. We're both edgy people and I'm just glad I've found someone as willing to put up with me as I am him. Lots and lots of Jager, friend, among other things I dare not speak of.

Also - That's not ADD... that's Saturday. :)
yes, yes - that is Saturday!
 

Neesy

#1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side
May 24, 2012
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#33
I heard it was 'beloved husband' (DH is more common, but continually referring to my 'damn husband' is such a negative thing--lol).
I like that one - better than calling someone else your "Ball and Chain" :facepalm:

Now here is a couple who can laugh at themselves - this is what maturity brings (perhaps?)
 
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