I Did, and I’d Do It Again

Come and enjoy Mary’s loving tribute in “I Did It And I’d Do It Again” to her Beloved!!

Reflections From the Heart

His laughter lit up my shadows. His eyes were trusting, his voice soothing. He took my hand and led the way. We danced on through the night.

On April 6, 1994—three years after meeting my soul mate and best friend—we joined hands and hearts, locked eyes and repeated our vows before God, family and friends, and announced, “I do.”

To my beloved husband:

If I never said that I was grateful to you, I say it now. Thank you for being my quiet strength, the voice of reason.

If I didn’t tell you that I loved you, I say it now. I love you with all my heart and can’t imagine my life without you.

Here’s to the rest of our lives.

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3 thoughts on “I Did, and I’d Do It Again

  1. Very sweet confession of a married woman – so it should be between a couple that both support each other, help each other on the path home to God. However, nowadays man or woman leave their partner quite easily and it seems love has become a business or a gambling game. Problems are there to overcome them mutually and not run away at the first bigger problem. Even forgive and forget belongs to a partnership as we all are not perfect.

    Thanks for sharing, dear Chuck 🙂

    All the best
    Didi

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    1. Didi, As always, I love your wise and insightful words in your comments! Yes, you have described the sad state of affairs so well. Seems like kleenx. Easily disposed of for the new! Makes me wonder about the vows made? More like conditional promises with escape exits!
      Bless you, My Friend
      Chuck

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