Thirty nine years and never once have my parents thought that they’d be anywhere else. When they took their vows 39 years ago, “For richer or poorer, for better or worse, through sickness and in health” probably didn’t mean that as many years later their life would’ve been filled with so many of each. Though there were tough years, and not so tough years,Â their commitment and their ideas about how to raise a family never changed. My parent’s are very comfortable now (not for lack of work), and that (to me) means that God looks at the goodness in each person and rewards some for their accomplishments in life. During my life it wasn’t an uncommon occurrence to seeÂ my parents up until 4AM listening to my friend’s problems, just to wake up the next morning and go at it as if nothing would be different about their day. I’ve seen them put everybody else ahead of themselves even if it meant sacrificing something they loved to do. But as I write this I know that this is who they are and that IS what they love to do.
Mom & Dad: I just wanted to say thanks. I don’t have the time, nor the space to thank the two of you for everything you’ve done for all of us! The help you’ve given us with our flourishing business, our beautiful home, all of the love and support…I could go on for hours. Just know that even though it’s sometimes unsaid, it’s always appreciated!
~ â™¥ Kameron…( and Lyndsay)
Dear kameron & (lyndsay)
Your parents are not good at all this electronic gizmo stuff as you can tell by how long it took to get this message back to you.
Your anniversary posting to us was truly an emotional surprise. It was heartfelt an brought tears to our eyes. We are so touched by your photos and words. They put in to perspective as to why we are here. We love our family and friends and are most happy when we are together just enjoying life no matter where we’re at or what we’re doing.
We love you
Mom & dad