Friday, July 17, 2009

A Wedding Vow

I mentioned yesterday that I am in Texas for a wedding...with that in mind, I thought I would share something cute I heard on the radio the other day. The question was:

If you knew then what you do now, what would be something you would add to your marriage vows???

One caller said:
For richer, for poorer
In sickness and in health
In silence and in snoring!!

Totally with you there!! Made me laugh :) Happy Friday, friends!


  1. I would have to second the 'silence and snoring' part!

  2. That is hilarious. Thank goodness Cody does not snore. I really am so thankful for that! :)

  3. Too funny! Welcome to Texas friend! If Heather and I would have known, we would invited you to join us that's if you had time.

  4. Ooops! didn't say what part of Texas. I guess that we could have only invited you had you been in the Dallas area. lol!

  5. Jennifer, you commented on my blog today wondering if I had gotten your contact information. I sent you a long email on July 15th, so I went back just now and re-sent it to you. If you don't get it today, please let me know and I will see if maybe I have the wrong email address for you. When I never heard back from you, I just thought that you were on vacation or busy. Evidently you never got the first email I sent you. Hopefully it will work this time. Can't wait to hear about your wedding trip. Love & blessings from NC!

  6. Have fun in Texas! We were in Texas for a wedding in May, we had lots of fun! Thanks for stopping by today!


  7. Amen and amen! Hmmm... perhaps a really good wedding gift would be a matching set of earplugs? Never thought of that before! Heee! Have the best time... and post pics of those cute red shoes!

  8. About the hydrangeas---I don't think you did anything wrong. Did you buy the endless summer ones? I bought those last year and they didn't bloom and this year only one out of the three bloomed. I think it takes a LONG time for those to get established. The limelights are amazing and I bet you would get a lot of blooms out of that. I had to find mine at a local nursery.

  9. Hi Jennifer,
    Thanks for stopping by today,
    glad you enjoyed the pics. Am so very sorry to hear about your son
    Tyler, I can only imagine the pain. I adore my 2 children, and can't imagine living without them.
    Know you will be in my prayers hon,
    cause I know healing takes a while,
    and some things take longer than others and I would say this qualifies for longer. My son is in the process of healing from a divorce he did not want and it has been 8 long months and it is still going on. Thankfully there were no precious children involved.
    Hope you have a wonderful time at the wedding and see bunches of folks you love and enjoy. Weddings are always lovely affairs,
    well, most of the time anyway.
    I have seen a few that you have to
    wonder about. ha!!
    Blessings, Nellie