Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Cinco de Mayo

This will always be a special day to me (and people from Mexico). Today Aaron and I celebrate our 3rd Anniversary.I can remember the first time i talked to Aaron on the phone. He had gotten my phone number from our friend Nicole and called me up one night. I was 15 and he was 18 so to me it was a really big deal. I was surprised at how easy it was to talk to him, especially since i wasn't good at talking to boys. He made sense to me. Through the many phone calls, stake dances, and that one time we did the Thriller dance in Aaron's laundry room he became one of my favorite people. I never thought that at 15 i would have met my husband, probably because all i cared about was dating at 16 and getting my drivers license, but i'm so glad i did.

I might have been 19 and immature at the time, but marrying Aaron was the best thing that i have ever done.

Here's to three years babe, and an eternity more

9 comments:

Mema of 4 said...

You weren't good talking to boys????? Are you kidding me???? Tell that to the long list of broken hearts you left behind when you married Aaron. I do agree, you did make a good decision. Happy Anniversary!

Kinzie Sue said...

Congrats!! Happy three years!!

The Harrisons said...

Happy anniversary!

Nicole said...

Happy Anniversary you guys! You probably should name your baby girl Nicole...I mean it only makes sense....:)

Jamie said...

happy 3 years! hope you guys did something special to celebrate! : )

Jillian said...

Yay for 3 years.... and p.s. I love your grandma in the background.... too cute!

McKenzie said...

Hey. I thought about you two on Cinco de Mayo! Congratulations on 3 great years! Wow... I didn't realize you were 19 when you got married! Mature beyond your age. :)

Cristina & Brandon Boey said...

happy anniversary! We just celebrated ours a week ago. The picture you posted is absolutely gorgeous.

Shannon said...

Okay, I just "blew" this picture up to see it better and noticed two things:
1. You guys are an adorable couple. Hands down. Perfect match.
2. Um, your CUTE grandma is in the background just elated, and I l-o-v-e the look of shear delight on her face, her hands clasped so lovingly. What a classic pose! I love it.