2yr Anniversary

Yesterday was our two year anniversary. And we spent it with the National Guard. Ehh! No it wasn’t all that bad. While we did spend the day with the National Guard, we did get to spend the night doing what we wanted. Things have been so busy lately, with travel and work that we decided to do something we haven’t had a chance to do in a while. Just have a normal night. Go eat at Chili’s (our favorite restaurant) then go to a movie. – Due to time constraints we kind of had to leave off the movie part, but it was still an excellent night.

Its weird, this is kind of like our first anniversary. Last year I was in Iraq and we didn’t have anything to do other then to say I love you over the phone. So we really enjoyed just being us and being together. This year we did decided to hold off on gifts, but next year there will have to be gifts!

His mom called to wish us a happy anniverary. I thought that was the coolest thing. I’ve never heard of that, but I sure did love it. It was so thoughtful and I never would have thought of it. I wonder if she does that b/c shes from a different generation or just a different family environment. Do other families do that? Hmm?


  1. Wiley said,

    December 2nd, 2007 at 2:40 am

    Congratulations, you two! May you have many, many more happy and prosperous years together.

  2. Vickie Ingram said,

    December 13th, 2007 at 12:57 pm

    Of course! Julia, that’s a “southern thing”. We like to remember and celebrate all the important events in our lives–weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, etc. We also extend our sympathy when there is a death or express our wishes for recovery after surgery or illness–which is very good for the greeting card companies.

    I am so very glad you found each other and wish you a lifetime of joy and happiness. Be good to one another and put each other first before anything else.

    I can’t believe that the little baby that was at my wedding is celebrating his 2nd wedding anniversary. Love to you both.

  3. Sandy-Mom said,

    December 16th, 2007 at 8:49 pm

    I am so happy to have Curtis as a son in law. He is more like a son to me. I am so happy that you have each other. Keep strong in your faith, trust, and mutual love and respect for each other. Love you both. Mom

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