It’s hard to believe, but our one-year wedding anniversary is coming up in less than two weeks. December 16th is the big day! I’m not one for large fanfare, so I’m not expecting anything. However, I feel like it’s supposed to be a big deal, so maybe I should put some effort into it for my husband’s sake.

Of course, it’s highly likely that my husband will be working at the hospital on our anniversary. It’s a Tuesday, so probably he’ll be working from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. This leaves me with limited options. I would make him a dinner which he loves, but I can’t rule out the possibility that he’ll make reservations for us at the nice restaurant here (yes, I did say “the” nice restaurant). I’ll get him a card, but that’s not nearly enough for something as momentous as a one-year anniversary.

The interesting part about this is that I feel like I’ve been married to my husband for a lot longer than a year, so celebrating this anniversary doesn’t seem so important. I mean, we’re already an old married couple, right?

I’ll keep meditating on what to do for my hubby on this first anniversary of our marriage, and I’ll let you know what happens.

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2 thoughts on “Milestones

  1. Dec 16 happens to be Yud Tes Kislev this year. Chabad is having a farbrengen. Good way to celebrate a simcha, I think.

  2. You may already feel like an old married couple, but this anniversary is special as it is the first and last anniversary you will have without children. Children are the most amazing blessing and make your life so full and complete, but your marriage will never be the same again. Most of the time you will be mommy and daddy first, wife and husband second. Definitely enjoy that special closeness you have as husband and wife because it is harder to come by once baby arrives.

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