{An Everlasting Love.}

My parents will be married for 35 years this September.  When they were first married in 1978, they weren’t able to wed in a Catholic church, which is why they renewed their vows last week, in the very parish that my family has been going to for the past twenty-five years.

I look at them, and not only do I admire them for the years they’ve managed to stay happily married, but I admire the love and respect they have for one another, even more so.  They have both overcome some of life’s most difficult and painful obstacles… some so agonizing it could break a weaker person–a weaker relationship–but they have never stopped being there for each other.  They have never stopped loving, they have never stopped cherishing, they have never stopped trying.

I am so proud and so happy to have this relationship to idolize and hopefully someday, emulate.  Their true success lies in the love they have for one another and in the life they have built for themselves and our family.

Congratulations, Mom & Dad…

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