Eight Years Married

This year will mark our eighth wedding anniversary.

Where does the time go?

It seems like just yesterday we were rushing to our wedding on a pleasant spring morning in New York City. Getting on the wrong subway train and all that. The story is well documented on the ‘Tube.

As each year passes, I can’t help but be amazed at how lucky I am to have the greatest husband in the world. A husband who puts up with a lot from me day after day. That’s love.

I hope that if you read this that you find your true love. Everyone deserves it, even if you don’t think you do.

Everybody say love!

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I find myself thinking today that with all of the violence being committed in the world lately, what ever happened to being caring and compassionate?

As human beings, we are imperfect, fallible creatures.  We have our challenges, struggles, ups and downs.  But after it’s all over, we have to realize that we are all in this together and always will be.

It doesn’t matter whether or not you’re with one party or another, or who you prefer, or who you like or dislike.  We’re all human.

I would hope that people would stop and think about that before they even entertain the least thought about going out and harming other people.

I know I just said the other day that this blog is not political, and it isn’t.  This issue goes beyond politics.  It’s about people.  People like you and me who deserve to live in a world where we aren’t in fear of one another.