Tuesday, August 21, 2012

36 Years Ago Today . . .


17 comments:

Bill Crider said...

Back in the Olden Days they sure allowed kids to marry young. Congratulations on 36 years together!

Randy Johnson said...

Congrats from me as well!

wayne d. dundee said...

Congratulations, you crazy kids!

Todd Mason said...

Yep, you sure look like kids here, all right! Glad things have been (leaving aside the "little" catastrophes) rewarding for these years, and many more to come...further congratulations.

Rick said...

Congratulations. It is always a pleasure to see a couple stay together come what may.

Scott said...

Congrats on 36 Years. :)

WRITING FOR THE BRAND said...

Is that a shotgun barrel I see edging into the pic?!!

Congratulations you two! What a wonderful union it has been and those are rare!

Pete

Jerry House said...

Thank goodness Livia still went through it after seeing you in that suit! Congratulations, and may you have many more!

Charles R. Rutledge said...

Happy Anniversary!

James Reasoner said...

The suit didn't look quite as bad in person as it does in the photos.

Livia J (Washburn) Reasoner said...

His mom picked out the suit. (Snicker) I wanted to elope and wear jeans. We gave his mom the wedding she wanted, but I was determined to not spend much. I made the dress out of $1 a yard fabric.

Fred Blosser said...

My sister in law and brother in law also celebrated 36 this year. Me and the other groomsmen were outfitted with powder-blue, patterned tuxes that would have done the Four Tops and the Temps proud. 40 years in September for my wife and me.

Richard R. said...

Congratulations to you both, James. I wonder if 36 really feels any different than 10?

Oscar said...

Congrats to you both!

Cap'n Bob said...

Great photo of a great couple. A lot of people can rightly envy your long and productive relationship. Have many more years of health and happiness.

Keith said...

Congratulations to you both! Here's hoping the next 36 years are even better.

Anonymous said...

Nice. Congratulations and many more happy years to you both.

Fred, I had to wear that powder blue tux to my sister in law's wedding the next year so I guess they were really in style then.

Jeff M.