I don’t get super personal too much here on the blog. But yesterday my husband and I marked 25 years married. I think that means we’re now… vintage. Golly, it is so true what they say: Time goes by in a flash.
You look beautiful.
Happy anniversary! And if your marriage is vintage, it’s a ’59 Bordeaux!
Congrats! That is a great pic 🙂
May parents celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1992, and my sister married her husband. Somehow, I just can’t see anything from ’92 as “vintage.”
Congratulations! What a nice photo of you and your husband. And such a chic gown!!!! Thanks for such a great blog for us lovers of mid century. As for 25 yrs. married…well this month we are going to two 50th wedding anniversary parties! Time does fly for all of us.
Pam congratulations! My hubby and I were married on may 18 1974 so we just celebrated 43! Love your picture! Many more happy years to you!!!
Congrats to both of you! My parents just celebrated their 70 th in April and are still going strong!! Their love grows stronger every year, such a blessing to witness!
Congratulations! A photo brimming with happiness!
Congratulations! As a lover of everything vintage, I would be hardpressed to call your 1992 wedding vintage. My husband and I recently celebrated our 38th anniversary and I don’t even think of OUR marriage as vintage! Seems to me like it was only a short time ago.
Insofar as your question about the saying that “time goes by in a flash”…YES I think that’s exactly why the phrase was coined. My husband and I watched our grandson’s kindergarten “graduation” last week. I had to keep shaking myself into reality – it felt like yesterday when we were watching the same event but it was our 5 year old son (now the Daddy) who was the graduate.
Such a Cute couple! So happy for you both. Happy Life Continued!!
Congratulations on the Anniversary! Lots of love, laughter & blessings to you both!
I’ve been working in a shop where the kids are now asking for 90’s clothing & toys. They want something from their youth. I graduated in 1990 from high school. It takes getting used to knowing it’s official that kids look to my youth as “vintage”.
My mother & I used to go “antiquing” years ago. It’s good to see the tradition continues with others. (:
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