Today Ron and I "celebrated" 33 years of marriage.
Our day was like any other day. Ron got in at 2:00 a.m. We got up around 8:00 a.m. We watched a little bit of t.v. after we had breakfast. We sat on the deck for a bit. We had lunch. Ron got called out in the afternoon and so had very little sleep to go to work tonight. So perhaps we didn't really celebrate but it was a day to be thankful for the relationship that we have and it's also a perfect reason to write a blog post.
33 years ago two young kids got married. Did we know what we were getting into? Probably not. We did know that we loved each other and thankfully that love has grown.
In 1985, we moved to Peterborough, Ontario where Ron attended Eastern Pentecostal Bible College for 4 years. I worked for Liberty Mutual. At the end of 4 years, our daughter was born and we moved to Gananoque, Ontario to be assistant pastors for the next two years. It was during this time that our son was born and our little family was complete.
|25th Anniversary at Frankford Full Gospel|
|Ron's last wedding before joining the RCMP|
|Jacob, Emma, Abbigail and Sarah|
|Newest addition, Anthony|
|Tanker and Bentley|
Yup, it's okay that today was just a normal day because who knows what tomorrow might bring!