As you can see, the two of us had a 'deer in the headlights' look about us in 1989. (We also had a bunch of young teens take photos for our wedding instead of a pro. I've always been one to find the least expensive way around anything, because I hate 'mortgaging the future to pay for today.'.) We were both pretty young (isn't everyone no matter what age they marry??) and unsure of the future.
Well, we're not young anymore and our future is pretty ordinary. Which is why we've been married for so long. Live and let live isn't a bad way to be. I can't recall any serious fights about anything, we enjoy some of the same things, and we have two great kids. The Craftsman has sacrificed a great many dreams being wed to a woman with Diabetes and Ms and stuff. I've given up some, too. Things are always changing and I am sure they will continue to as time marches on. It is the way life works. Even after all these years.