Sixteen Years

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9 Responses

  1. Bill says:

    Love this. Happy anniversary guys.

  2. jackie says:

    First of all, how could you?! No A+ from Garreth. Congrats on 16 years!

  3. DurhamDC says:

    1. Your husband is way too soft on you. No more double standards Garreth. If you’d get in trouble if you forgot, same goes for her. After 18 years, its time to raise the bar. Man up Heather. 🙂
    2. Why the (*&^ haven’t you written a book yet??!! Are you making money from this blog? Put some videos on youtube and get some ad money for goodness sakes. Or write a book and make some money on the amazing talent God gave you. You’re not supposed to squander talent, you’re supposed to grow it. Duh.
    3. Its time for us to get a second degree. What is yours?

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