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Celebrating 36 Years of Marriage

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It’s my wedding anniversary on Tuesday, July 15, 2014. 36th to be exact. Back in 2011 I shared a little of what I’d learned, at that time in 33 years of marriage. It still holds true today. You can revisit that entry here.

 

 

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