Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Anniversary

Today Stephen and I have been married for 4 years!!! Wow! I know that people say it all the time, but it really has gone by fast. To think that we have known each other for 4 years and 4 months and trying to go back and think about how it was before without him in my life isn't even possible. Without being all lovey dovey, it just seems as though that part of my life doesn't even exist. So, it's either the euphoria of being happily married or a declining memory, but it sure does feel as though this is the only life that I have ever known!

5 comments:

The Mastrude Family said...

Congrats on the 4 years. You are exactly right too...it goes by so fast. I try and imagine when we all lived and played together and it is hard. I know it was good times, but it seems like so long ago. Anyway, congrats again! Wendy

Sommers Gerratt said...

I WAS LOOKING AT MY BIRTHDAY CALENDER AND NOTICED IT WAS YOUR ANNIVERSARY!!! I THOUGHT I WOULD BE COOL AND BE THE FIRST TO WISH YOU HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!!! BUT YOU DID A BLOG ON IT..... HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ANYWAY...

mANy mOOr.....

Nat and Joe said...

Hey, me and Joe's 2nd year anniversary was the 7th. Congratulations on 4 years. I totally know what you mean about this being the only life I have ever known. Although out of all of my semesters at school the one that is freshest in my mind was the one where we lived together. Mostly because of all the hilarious stuff that happened. Do you ever talk to the army green crayon anymore??? I still talk to lavender crayon.

Amber Marie said...

Happy Anniversary Chica. Isnt it wonderful to wake up to your best freind everyday! I wish you many more days of happiness!

Mitch & Cari Johnson said...

Korbi-
Congrats on you 4th anniversary, I just celebrated by 5th and holy cow...for some reason I don't feel old enough to haven been married that long or even have two kids. Any way I just wanted to tell you that your family is adorable. Your little boy looks like fun. Hope you have a great day!
Cari Ramsey Johnson