Christmas 2012

I posted my regular Women’s Personal Finance Wednesdays roundup this morning, but as I’ve written a short anniversary post each year since I started blogging, I decided to keep up that tradition this year. I wrote a bit on Instagram as well, but I decided I wanted a separate post on the blog here as well to keep as a memory for me for future years. It feels especially big since this is our 10th anniversary – we are officially in the double digits.

As the woman who served us lunch said, “but you look so young!” The best part of marrying young is the extra time we get – we’re both just thirty one, but we’ve been lucky enough to spend a decade of marriage together. I love you, husband, and I’m so glad that you’re mine.

This post is for me, a public diary of our love and adventures over the past year. But I hope you enjoy looking back with me as well.

Over the last year, we:

Headed to Sequim to pick our our Christmas tree in November:

Spent my birthday in Port Townsend with friends (and a power outage) in December:

Took my grandmother to Hawaii for the first time in January:

Got snowed in with our neighbors in February:

Spent a weekend camping along Hood Canal in March:

Visited family in Arizona in April:

Said goodbye to the best neighbors in May:

Toured Smile and Conquer around Seattle in June:

Went camping and to Hurricane Ridge in July:

Visited Jetty Island in August:

Took my grandmother back to Leavenworth for her birthday in September:

Had an impromptu date night in October and otherwise attempted a more low-key month in a very busy year:

Want to look back at the previous years with me? I’ve been posting these since I started blogging: 9 years, 8 years, and a bit about marrying young.

15 thoughts on “10 Years of Marriage Adventures

  1. Congratulations Angela! 10 years is a big deal, and I’m glad you are celebrating it by going to Iceland.
    Apart from that, I’ve got to say – you both look pretty much the same now as you did 10 years ago 😉

    1. Thank you! And we’ve changed a little bit, I think! I get asked for my ID less often anyway 😉

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