November 22, 2013

Importance's

Mage and George, 2013.

Fifty years ago, Kennedy was shot in Dallas.  I wrote about that last http://urban-archology.blogspot.com/2013/11/filling-airwaves.html>Friday in Filling the Airwaves.
Today is an equally important day, but just for this family.  29 years ago, my husband got sober, and all our lives changed for the better.

Magical stuff that.

At one year old; G the house painter, 1984.


14 comments:

  1. Fill me in...when did you meet him and how long have you been married? Just trying to know if you were on this journey together or separately

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  2. Wonderful picture! Congratulations to you both.

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  3. You are super kind about my intrusiveness and my love of a good love story.

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  4. Congratulations!! Love that beard. Makes him look very nineteenth century. David sends congrats too.

    We rejoined the Sport and Health Club today following dismissal from my therapist. Well, I rejoined so I can use the pool. David is going as a guest for a few months.. They have early-bird senior activities. Dianne

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  5. Magical stuff indeed. What a handsome and lovely husband you have, Mage!

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  6. That is an anniversary worth celebrating, and I love the happiness and peace that radiates from you two in that marvelous photo.

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  7. Those marvellous photographs and this post have me smiling. Congratulations G and congratulations to you both for the journey you are on.

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  8. What a wonderful thing to celebrate. I love both photos. You two almost look alike.. ish. Well, except for the beard. ;)

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  9. That is such an awesome photo of G! Congratulations on the 29 years of sobriety. Excellent!

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  10. The two of you look wonderful...together. Congratulations on an amazing accomplishment. life is built just one moment at a time.

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