To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before

Yesterday was our 25th wedding anniversary.  We have returned to St. Augustine to the same Bed & Breakfast in which we honeymooned.  It has changed (both the Old City and the B&B).  A lot.

So have we.

I am not the same man I was when we got married.  That’s a good thing.  He was arrogant, inexperienced, self-indulgent and self-absorbed – not real good husband material.  I’ve grown up quite a bit since then (as opposed to “grown old”).

My wife’s not the same girl I married either.  In fact, we have each gone through many stages and changes in our lives.  Some of the changes are so profound, it’s like becoming a whole new person.

I’ve loved every person she has become over the years.  I’m excited to meet who she will become next.

She’s amazing!

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1 Response to To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before

  1. katebortell says:

    This is a great milestone in your marriage! We celebrated our 25th in October. Its getting to be an uncommon thing unfortunately. We went to a B and B in PA that we just love. We are also not the same people we were back then. We have grown together and been through a lot. We know we could not have made it without each other and of course Gods ever loving grace. Bless you both!!

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