Today is my 10th wedding anniversary. Here’s what I wrote to my wife:
Where did the last 10 years go?
We sipped wine in Paris.
We traversed Provence.
We hiked in Pacific Palisades.
We worked in Los Angeles and Ontario.
We stayed at a B&B in Santa Barbara.
We bought a house in Upland.
You wrote a book.
I paginated the Los Angeles Times.
We made numerous trips to Connecticut and Chicago.
You became pregnant; I helped (heh-heh).
We drove from San Francisco to Los Angeles for fun.
Seth was born.
I redesigned the Los Angeles Times.
We visited Big Bear.
You taught Seth how to walk.
We celebrated our 40th with tea in Victoria.
We read to Seth.
You reviewed kids books.
Lael was born.
We had fun in Pismo Beach.
You started Cybils.
I quit the Times.
We moved to Chicago.
I tried my hand as a businessman.
You found a great school for Seth.
We found an apartment with an amazing view.
Seth and Lael grew immeasurably under your care.
We moved to Scottsdale.
You found a job you enjoy.
Seth and Lael thrived.
I work from home and spend quality time with the kids.
You make beautiful jewelry.
We’re about to visit LaJolla.
The years have gone by quickly, which attests to a rich marriage. May the next 10 years be as adventure packed and exciting.