“Date Nights”, do you have them? Are they a new fangled thing? I don’t remember my mum and dad setting aside a regular night to spend time with each other. I do remember them going out, I remember sitting on the edge of my Mum’s bed as she put her face on, tonged her hair (and always did my fringe) and sprayed her perfume, Armani by Armani.
MadDad and I have been together over 19 years and have been through many ups and downs, but how well do we actually know each other. I like to think that we know each other pretty well, but Osbornes Solicitors asked us to put our knowledge of each other to the test with their new app For Better or Worse. So We put the app to the test and I was pleased to say that MadDad kew quite a lot about me. OK he didn’t remember what I wore to our first date, but then neither did I! However, he knows just how I like my tea and so he should has for the last eighteen years more »
Eighteen years ago at noon, MadDad and I were wed. We have had a wild ride of marriage with some downs and some great ups. He is always by my side no matter what I do or where I go. He is my lifeboat in stormy seas and my biggest cheer leader. We have grown up together and we are lucky enough to really enjoy each others company. He is one of the most unassuming people I have ever met and is a real joy to live with.
He has been by my side in sickness (more often than not mine) and heath (his) and is a wonderful partner and even better Dad. I miss him when we are apart and love spending time with my family. He really brings out the best in me and reminds me to always be the best person I can be.
He has a weakness for great coffee and curly wurly’s. He Likes the odd pint of Guinness and loves Beef and Yorkshire Puddings.
Back when we got married I had AJ to JL 18 March 1995 engraved inside our wedding rings, just in case he ever forgot the date (ever the realist I am) and so far he hasn’t.
He really is my cup of tea………………….
I could go down the I have a genetic spelling mistake and my body is my biggest enemy, route, but been there done that and there is something more apt, something more perfect for today. As today is my 15th Wedding Anniversary. Picture this I was 21 years old and we had set the date, MadDad and I. March the 18th 1995. The dress was bought, the hair was planned. I had the tiara and the veil. We had been together a year, yes not long in the scheme of things, but we knew that it was the right thing to do, in fact I had knew that MadDad was the more »
said the eldest mini mad today. This is something that is coming up more and more recently. So I explained very patiently that I couldnt marry him as I was already married to MadDad. “Thats OK mummy, I will wait till he is dead”. That will be a long time I countered and really you should marry someone your own age that you love. “I love you mummy” he said. I know I replied I love you too and I always will love you, even if you are naughty I will still love you. We are family and that is forever. “You are my best friend Mummy” and that was the more »