Honeymooners

Today marks two whole years since I said ‘I do’ and inevitably it changed my life forever. It’s the day I said ‘I do’ to a traveling lifestyle, syrup Saturdays, and a never-ending list of new things to try. To the marriage veterans, two years is nothing; they look back at when they’d been married for just two years and laugh at when they thought they had everything figured out. But as self-proclaimed life long honeymooners, every year is a landmark. It is another year that we proved the negative marriage stereotypes wrong. I am definitely not an expert on marriage nor do I ever want to come across as one. I know that each day is different, each day is a new and wonderful challenge, and each day has its lessons to be learned. Speaking of lessons, here are some that we’ve learned in our two years of marriage:

-Starting a serious discussion late at night is never a good idea. Beds are for sleeping, couches are for talking.

Always make more food. I learned this the hard way. I figured a meal that I made for myself when I was single would surely be enough for the both of us. Wrong.

-Long drives through the country rice fields are the best for long talks.

-Always remember to turn off the water heater after hubs gets out of the shower (ps our water heater needs to be turned on for each use, best and worst thing I’ve ever experienced)

-First one up makes breakfast. Aka hubs.

-All things said out of hunger should be immediately forgotten.

-Prayer, prayer, prayer.

This pretty much sums up our two years…

Happy anniversary hubs! Here’s to many many more! Even though neither of us can remember very much of the vows that we wrote, we do both remember promising to always be partners in adventure. I think we’ve done a pretty good job so far. I can’t wait to see what the next 70 plus years has in store for us.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13108277504908086831 Quinn @ Kimchi and Sweet Tea

    Love this! 8 jobs in 2 years?? Craziness! I hope things have settled down a bit in the occupation department, but I hope you will be adding many more stamps to your passports before you anniversary this October :)

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  • http://lostintravels.wordpress.com/ lost.in.travels

    Hunger is the most dangerous thing in marriage : ) Thanks so much! We definitely feel very blessed to be together and get to travel so much together!

  • http://eatplaylovethattop.wordpress.com/ shireenmcc

    You guys are so sweet! How special that you get to live, love and travel together! Cheers to 70+ more years of you two! Ps, I LOVE this “-All things said out of hunger should be immediately forgotten.” because I have had many a angry hunger moments with the bf that should be forgotten!! haha

  • http://michaelaraej.blogspot.com/ Michaela Rae (@MichaelaRae)

    The lessons you learned are so true for me and my hubby as well, especially the no serious discussions at night or while hungry (or PMSing…although I find that one incredibly difficult). Happy anniversary!!

  • PAUL R WHITHAM

    Your ‘post’ is very inspiring!! You are both great and we love you sooo much!! ‘and’ are so proud of you!!

  • rachel

    Love you two – have a wonderful day celebrating your love!

  • http://www.boundsblog16.blogspot.com/ Lauren

    Awww happy anniversary!!! It definitely is a learning experience and you only know what’s right for your relationship. Your love for each other is evident, so enjoy the day.

  • http://lostintravels.wordpress.com/ lost.in.travels

    Thank you so much! What a sweet comment and you’re so right. Each relationship is so wonderfully different. I love being able to learn from others in that regard.