Friday, 8 April 2011

IT ONLY TOOK A MOMENT!



IT ONLY TOOK A MOMENT

TO GET


FROM HERE



- WITH THREE STOPS ON THE WAY-









TO HERE

Latest picture of the old fogies letting it all hang out.

44 comments:

  1. Hello, I am new to your blog from ds' blog roll. Wonderful photo post!

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  2. It goes so fast and it seems to be speeding up.

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  3. Well said. Where does the time go? It really flies by when you are surrounded with a love that endures. Your photos are wonderful.

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  4. it happens in the blink of an eye.

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  5. Still lovely, at all ages.

    (See? Told you I'd be around!)

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  6. My husband and I will be celebrating our 9th wedding anniversary this month, it's so lovely to see a couple that is still in love. :)

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  7. LOVELY! What a lovely looking couple in all the different ages!
    A great post.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  8. Beautiful. I love this. People told me at my husbands funeral that all he ever talked about was me and how wonderful I was. People always said we looked so happy together and "honeymooners". What more could I have asked for?

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  9. Delightful couple and a great series of photos.
    And time flies by so quickly doesn't it?
    Eddie ~ x

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  10. Oh my goodness how gorgeous do you two look?? so happy and evidence of living loving and laughing as the way to go!

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  11. A very nice history! You made it!

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  12. I love this post -- really has me smiling.

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  13. Wow! I can definitely see what you saw in each other! You were such beautiful young people!!! With age, looks may fade a little, but one thing is certain, you love hasn't faded! You truly are an inspiration!

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  14. What a lovely journey, thank you for sharing it - and in so many ways - with us. You two are such an inspiration! If only we could stop time, a little bit at least, every now and then.

    Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog.
    I truly appreciate it.

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  15. Off topic:
    I cannot read the "Sniffles and Smiles" blog anymore.
    It says I am not authorized. :-(

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  16. You're two of the most beautiful "old fogies" I've ever seen.

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  17. what a lovely history. makes me grin to see that last shot.

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  18. So many smiles... this is just gorgeous to see. It almost makes up for the long wait for your next beautiful piece of writing.

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  19. I meant to comment on what beautiful daughters you have, too! But then how could they be anything but beautiful with the two of you for parents? I hope they appreciate how fortunate they are.

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  20. and i thought i was imagining how fast it was going!!! love the pics
    :-)

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  21. I know they're just pictures, but they made me tear up a bit. Most happily married couples that have been together for a long time have that affect on me, I suppose. :)

    Wonderful pictures.

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  22. hey Ma!!

    great pictorial post!!

    xxx

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  23. I loved your post. Thanks for sharing your life, in the blink of an eye. You are right, how does it go so fast? Wishing you many more wonderful years.

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  24. Isn't this fantastic though? All that bottled promise of years gone by, turns into something tangible in the future. It's amazing.

    It's really moving to see time travel in this way. I'm more excited about the photos you post in fift years time! hehe.

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  25. It's fantastic to see a couple faithful to each other throughout the years, now that faithfullness seems to be out of fashion.

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  26. Loved this. We write and write and photos say so much more than we ever could. Beautiful.

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  27. Hello, Moannie,
    I hope you are enjoying spring!
    Happy Easter to you and all your loved ones,
    affectionately,
    Merisi

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  28. How lovely to have such a happy marriage! Some of us are not so fortunate but I think that being fortunate by such a marriage is what life's all about.

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  29. My parents just had their 51st anniversary last week, they also had three stops along the way and now have a labordoodle named Honey. Congratulations on your long and happy marriage...being able to witness that success is a blessing to all!

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  30. I especially love this post. We have been married more than 51 years and inside we feel just as young as ever. Not sure where the aches and pains fit in.

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  31. I've no idea how I got here, but your post is wonderful. Your never too old to be beautiful together.

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