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Throwback Thursday: 27 Years Ago Today, I Married My Best Friend


John graduated from Brigham Young University exactly one week before our wedding.  We were young, in love, and had our lives in front of us. 


Neither John nor I remember what we did last Thursday.  We are not as young (the need for reading glasses does not make one old, right?) [though perhaps a declining memory does!], but we are exponentially more in love, and still have forever in front of us.

Happy anniversary, John!
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Thanks to John and for all the memories we've made together.

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  1. Happy Anniversary to both of you! May you have many, many more!

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  2. Wonderful, sweet photo Kristi. I love wedding pictures. Congratulations and Happy Anniversary what a great example of commitment and devotion you are to your children and friends. Many, many more years together.

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  3. Happy Anniversary! What a blessing to be "exponentially more in love". May you have many more years together on earth before the eternity part.

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  4. Congratulations! Beautiful photo. Curious...where did you get married? Unless my memory is worse than I thought, that's not at BYU. :)

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    1. Good job for recognizing that isn't the Provo temple! I guess I should have put in a few more details. We met in Provo at BYU, but chose to be married in the Seattle temple. I grew up in Oregon, and at the time, the Seattle temple was closest for my family. The church has built many more temples since that time, and now 85% of Mormons live within 200 miles of a temple.

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  5. Happy Anniversary to you and your husband ...have a wonderful day!!!!

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  6. Ah. Happy 27th Anniversary! What a huge accomplishment! :)

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