6.14.2015

8 Rules for a Lifetime Marriage


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8 comments:

Mari said...

Happy anniversary to your parents. 65 years is a great accomplishment. I like their advice. :)

Deb said...

What a great post! Convey my congratulations to your parents! They look just great, and their "dos and don'ts" for a long and happy marriage are wise indeed. I totally agree with you about the "greatest generation." Thanks you for sharing this very nice, heart-felt post.

Rita said...

Oh, how sweet!! And their answers are so true!
Happy anniversary to the happy couple. :)

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Your parents are a wonderful example of commitment. Congrats to them on 65 years of marriage. Not many can say that for sure. I do love the advice and think any couple could do well to heed it.

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

65 years is amazing, so many people now days are not willing to work at being married, they marry and divorce in the space of a year, I don't get that. My parents will be married for 55 years in November and mum would tell you the secret is to let things slide and not fight over the little things.

Barbara In Caneyhead said...

AMEN!!! Congratulations to the young couple!

Kate said...

Wonderful advice! Congratulations and happy anniversary to your sweet parents :-)

terri said...

I love the "get away from each other" advice!