It's a strange feeling, being married two years. One year was weird enough, but it has the distinction of being the end of your very first year of marriage. After two years, however, it feels strange - knowing that you're nowhere near newlywed status, but far away from being true "old marrieds." As it is, we seem to have become an advisory couple of sorts to many of our friends (and to our pleasure), and it's strange to think that while they're dating and now getting married, we've already been married not just a short while but two full years. I feel old, and I don't turn 23 for another few weeks. That I always imagined myself as the one who doesn't even think of dating until my mid-20's makes it all the more weird, because here I am: Not quite 23, married two years, a beautiful daughter, and an excellent job awaiting me in the fall.
Thank God, life is good.
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Anyways, to my dear wife Serach, have a wonderfully happy anniversary.
I love you!!
mazel tov! All your years together (and you should have lots of them) should be as happy as your first two (or even happier!)ReplyDelete
Congrats on your anniversary.ReplyDelete
No need to do something special if you're with someone special :)
MAZEL TOV! And may there be many such wonderful years to come!ReplyDelete
Mazal Tov! It's funny. The husband's and my first year anniversary was yesterday! Nice. To many more years of happiness, simchot, and brachot...ReplyDelete
Happy Anniversary!!! What do you mean you're not doing anything special! You're having a surprise party on Sunday - oh shoot did I just ruin it?! You'll be with many friends so think of it as 2 parties in one! You can thank our parents for hosting your anniversary party! Anyway, you guys are awesome!!ReplyDelete
mazel tov! beautiful pics!ReplyDelete
Mazal Tov! And many more....and many more!!!ReplyDelete
Mazel tov, Ezzie and Serach.ReplyDelete
Yes, you have much to show for two years of wedded bliss. May this good life together only get better, and may you derive much naches from one another and from your darling daughter, Elianna.
Mazal Tov! Mr. EK and I are coming up on 10 years next week - It only gets better!ReplyDelete
happy anniversary to you two!ReplyDelete
Mazel Tov Ezzie and Doda Rerach! May you continue to share many, many beautiful, healthy, happy years together.ReplyDelete
Do you need a babysitter?
Mazal tov and many more.ReplyDelete
May you both continue to enjoy each other to 120!
But don't blink, before you know it, you'll be coming up on 15 - and it only seems like 3!
Happy Anniversary! And many more!ReplyDelete
Mazel tov and kein yirbu, with an overabundance of health, happiness, wealth, mental clarity and peace of mind, and all the other good things you wish for yourself and your family!ReplyDelete
Mazal TOV! : DReplyDelete
Thank you everybody!ReplyDelete
FFW - Hehe. As long as it's still FFD making the speech... :)
OC, EK - Mazel Tov to you!
SIL - We'll let you know if we do, thanks!
May your happiness be like wine- exquisite and it only gets better with age!!ReplyDelete
Mazel tov, Ezzie! Good to have some good news today.ReplyDelete
Mazel tov! May you and your Ezer Knegdo only have Yiddishe nachas.ReplyDelete
Mazal tov to the old married couple ;). Hope to share in many more simchas in the future! PS That pic of Elianna laying down with her hands behind her head is so cute! Hope to speak to you soon! SarahReplyDelete
Happy Anniversary Ezzie and Serach. You two are very special, and have already achieved so much in two short years. Most of us are still trying to figure it all out!ReplyDelete
mazal tov! happy anniversary :)ReplyDelete
Thanks all! :)ReplyDelete
So what exactly is considered an "old married" in your eyes? I've been married for 6 1/2 years now, is that "old"? (I don't think my parents would consider that old, they will celebrate their 40th by the end of the year.)
Heh - everything is relative. My grandparents' 63rd is Monday, and my parents just celebrated 33. But we're still old marrieds compared to our friends.ReplyDelete