Ten years ago today Michele and I stood under a canopy in Cincinnati and said "I do.".
Ten years has seen us all over the world from China to San Francisco to a Uhaul driving across the midwest.
Ten years has seen the birth of our daughters and the deaths of family members we grew up with.
Ten years has seen us go from a 1200 baud modem to broadband and from one Mac laptop to six PCs.
Ten years has seen us go from unruly to respectable and from young to 'aging well'.
Ten years of reading the newspaper together every morning.
Ten years of arguing the value of video games.
Ten years of arguing the value of art.
Ten years of gaining new friends and drifting from old ones.
Ten years of dealing with her endless bottles of 'product' in the bathroom.
Ten years of dealing with my endless numbers of t-shirts.
Ten years of unfunny fraternity jokes and confusing photography and quilting facts.
Ten years, and we still argue about how to organize the fridge.
Ten years and she still leaves the butter out till it melts.
Ten years and I still don't pick up my socks.
Ten years of love and happiness.
Ten years I wouldn't change.Posted by michael at May 27, 2004 04:15 PM