Reflections on life, marriage, and purpose...by a young woman who is constantly learning how much there will always be to learn!


Monday, March 12, 2007

Happy Birthday to my Love and Best Friend!

Ten Great Things About Turning 25:

1. Our car insurance is now cheaper:o)

2. When we rent a car, they'll assume we're normal, staid adults, not reckless-driving-deviants and won't charge us extra fees due to age-bias.

3. You're old enough to run for congress.

4. You've now been around for a quarter of a century!

5. You've been my one-and-only for an entire one-fifth of your existence.

6. This is the 6th birthday that I've had the privilege of celebrating with you. I'm hoping for many, many, many more to come!

7. Metal detector. Enough said.

8. You've accomplished much in the past few years, but this year promises even more. Don't be discouraged in going after your dreams, Honey! I'm very proud of you!

9. I love you more and more with each year that passes.

10. "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future." Jer 29:11

4 Comments:

Blogger Haus Frau said...

As I recall, 25 was a great year. Next month I'm turning 49. Then I'll turn $49.95 plus shipping and handling. snicker.

Love your sites. We're Ramsey fans too. :o)

Happy Birthday...

6:51 PM, March 15, 2007  
Blogger Diane said...

Good post Erin! So... what kind of wonderful treasures has Micah found beneath the surface with his new metal detector?? :-)

10:48 AM, March 20, 2007  
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