Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Christmas Time Anniversary


Can you imagine anyone getting married
this close to Christmas. I'm sure lots have and
we did. Yes, today December 20, 1963.
That's 54 years ago today!

This photo was taken a few months after we married.
With 6 children, my parents couldn't
afford to give us a wedding, so there were no
photo's. This was probably taken with one of
those throw away cameras. 


Isn't my hubby cute, my have we both changed.


This is us in 2009





I believe this was in 2012




This was taken a few weeks ago.



There's been lots of good times and some
not so good, but by the grace of God we'll
keep counting the years!
Today we will spend most of the day at his
doctors appointment an hours drive away.
We'll have a nice lunch in one of our favorite places to eat,
then drive the hour back home.

Since our Anniversary comes during the week,
I had a little get together with family, although some couldn't come,
because they work on the
weekend also.
I made, or bought :

Red Velvet Cake



Place setting



Mini cupcakes




I made Piggy in the Blankets
and
3 Cheese Quiche





Cream Cheese Cake
and I made
Peanut Butter Fudge
I got the recipe from
Diana at 
nanadianatakesabreak,
you can get her recipe
by clicking on her name.
It sure was good and easy
to make.











Have a Blessed Day
and
Merry Christmas!
Sylvia

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary Sylvia and Curtis! The food for your get-together looks delicious. I would like to try Diana's fudge! Praying for your safe travel to dr. appts. today. I hope you both enjoy your lunch out. xoxo

Elizabethd said...

Happy Anniversary! We were married on Dec 22nd!

Mary Hutchins said...

Happy Anniversary! I really enjoyed the pictures...Mr D and I will celebrate 55 years tomorrow.

Carol W. said...

Happy Anniversary to you and Curtis! What a blessing it was to share the day with family and friends! May God bless you both with a merry Christmas and renewed health!

Karen said...

Happy Anniversary to you! I enjoyed seeing your photos.

Jan said...

Happy Anniversary!

Michele said...

Oh my word, dear Sylvia - HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO YOU BOTH!

May God continue to bless your union. You were such adorable newlyweds.

xxoo

thel day said...

Happy Anniversary Sylvia and Curtis! I enjoyed looking at the photos. Have a Blessed Christmas.

Kay G. said...

So happy you made Diana's fudge, I just bought the confectioner's sugar to make it myself for Christmas!!
Happy Anniversary to you, you both look great at every age!
Merry Christmas to you also! xx

Debbie Harris said...

Happy Anniversary!!
I just loved this post and all the photos of the two of you. My goodness...You are such a sweet looking couple!

Merry Christmas Blessings to you, dear lady~

doodles n daydreams said...

Yes, this is a lovely post. Happy anniversary and many more to come. that was a lovely spread you put on for everyone.
Mum and Dad were married on 21st Dec. I always thought it was a funny time to get married, so close to Christmas.
Merry Christmas to you both.

Diana

Gayle said...

A continued Happy Anniversary. If you are like us we have changed both inside and out in many ways over the years; yet that same young couple still lives inside.

Deanna Rabe said...

Happy, Happy Anniversary! I love that you've spent your life together - good and bad!

Pamela M. Steiner said...

Happy Happy Anniversary!! So happy for you both. May God continue to bless you with strength and good health and much JOY>

bj said...

Happiest Anniversary...I think Christmas time is perfect for a wedding. Hoping you have many more.

Debbie Huffaker said...

So precious.. Happy, happy anniversary! 💜

maria's cottage said...

Happy Anniversary Sylvia! I also got married in December, it is such a beautiful time of year to do so :) Merry Christmas to you and your hubby and the happiest New Year! :)

Red Rose Alley said...

Happy Anniversary, Sylvia. I loved seeing the pictures of you and husband through the years. What Yummy goodies you made to celebrate the day. I've seen the peanut butter fudge over at Diana's blog. And that red velvet cake looks amazing. Wishing you both joy in the new year.

~Sheri