"HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, FAITH!!!"
I noticed a while back that today, August 8, is Faith's 20th wedding anniversary. I posted a message on her "summer family time" thread but perhaps something bigger, more noticeable is necessary. While I'm sure she has better things to do today than tuning into our petty squabbles, we should take this opportunity to wish her the best.
Happy 20th Anniversary Faith to you and your husband!
Nice gesture. I would have never known.
Faith, Happy 20th to you and yours! Congrats!
"Be good, keep your feet dry, your eyes open, your heart at peace and your soul in the joy of Christ." - Thomas Merton
Happy 20th Anniversary Faith,!
Also many more years in complete unity and united family God has given you!
many awesome years of more love and understanding, wisdom, and specially good health to you and your husbamd!
I may or may not believe coming forward is a necessary condition for salvation. But, if I clearly taught elsewhere that repentance/belief alone was sufficient no one would think coming forward is necessary for salvation,or water baptism is necessary for salvation.
Thank you all.
I was very involved during my "Family Time". We celebrated three anniversaries - two 50th Wedding Anniversaries for my parents and my inlaws - with all family members gathering in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Our 20th anniversay was in the middle, but instead of gathering everyone as done with the 50th's, we ditched the kids and spent the night at the Halliburton House Inn and enjoyed their Epicurious package - a six course meal prepared for us by their chef - his selections were amazing and well prepared. The evening was perfect with a walk on the Halifax Harbour waterfront and finishing with an unexpected fireworks display.
So, no I wasn't paying too much attention to any computers or websites.
And we enjoyed almost a month in Halifax and got to show our children a lot of things that you just don't see in the prairies. A good time was had by all.
Pax et Bonum,
"There are some in the Church, who not only do not do what is good, but even persecute it, and hate in others what they neglect to do themselves. The sin of these men is not that of infirmity or ignorance, but deliberate willful sin." — Pope St. Gregory the Great (AD 540-604)