Well, bummer. The hubs and I just cancelled our big, over-the-top, 2-week Amalfi Coast 20-year anniversary trip scheduled for May, because one of my children said he or she really, really doesn’t want us gone for that long. I’ll honor the anonymity, but his name rhymes with “momma’s boy.”
In his defense, he never asks for anything, and I’m constantly trying to teach him how to stand up for himself and speak up for himself, so when I found out he cried himself to sleep when we went for a weekend away to Houston, I asked him if he wanted me to cancel the Italy trip, and he said he did.
So, my point of all this is to say how happy I am for THIS COUPLE getting to celebrate 15 years. This oh-so-lovely redhead and I have been friends for…20-ish years? We went to high school together 20 years ago, caught up at a friend’s wedding 10 years ago, and now we got to meet on the beach for a special anniversary photoshoot. There are times when Facebook and social media make me a little nutso, but I’m really grateful for it for the relationships I’m able to maintain because of them.
People. 15 years is a BIG DEAL. Galveston did not let us down. Weather? Perfect? Sunset colors? Perfect.
This pretty lady wanted to make sure that we got mostly candids and not as many posed pictures, so we got lots of laughing and cuddling and hand-holding. My favorites!I love, love, love this one, and I have plans. I’m going to do my best to convince them to order this in a giant size and hang it in their bedroom.
Thank you, my lovely Louisiana friends. I hope you had a fun time, because I had a blast. Happy anniversary!!
By the way, don’t feel sorry for me or my husband for cancelling our trip. We were married for 10 years before we had littles and made sure we traveled the world for such cancellations. We’ll be ok and we’ll celebrate another way. What time does Tiffany open??
If you’re wanting an anniversary sesh, call me: 508.768.5808 or firstname.lastname@example.org xo