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It’s our 10th wedding anniversary today. If I took a moment to really think about it, there is a considerable chance that I would get a little … well … sappy, but I’m not going to take that moment here, now, because do you know what his request for a present was?
“I want a medal for putting up with your batshit crazy for ten years. MORE than ten years, in fact, counting all the time we’ve been together.”
And so, I am nothing if not obliging to his requests (when they suit me, at least), I am proud to say that is exactly what I got him!
Granted, yes, the medal is one he has owned since 1993 when he topped his Year 10 Commerce class at Coonabarabran High School (belated kudos there, man), BUT, I threw in an extra goddamn trophy into the bargain because I am so loving.
And because I am so loving, I’m including our two favourite Star Trek weddings so he may watch them anytime he likes (which will be never, but I can dream).
Happy anniversary, Ad. Looking forward to the next ten. xx
Karen Andrews is the creator of Miscellaneous Mum. This is one of the most established and well-respected parenting blogs in the country and is a two-time finalist in the Best Australian Blogs competition. She is also an author, award-winning writer, poet, editor and publisher at Miscellaneous Press. Is an exercise junkie (when she finds the time).
Congratulations! A huge acheivement in this day and age. I think a little toy chest would’ve been cute too, then you could give him a medal and a chest to pin it pin it on, as they say!
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Congratulations!! Or perhaps a little knitted Mr Misc Mum so he could pin it himself?
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COONABARABRAN HIGH SCHOOL?? Why of all the internetz in all the world, you had to walk into mine! Some of my family come from Coonabarabran, I spent many a school holiday there. It never ceases to amaze me that no matter how small and remote the place is, EVERYONE KNOWS SOMEONE FROM COONABARABRAN lol.
Happy Anniversary xx
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I too know someone from Coonabarabran. We lived for a time in Toorahweenah – a blink and you’ll miss it town in the vicinity. Anyhow – you got out of the anniversary gift cheaply.
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