First Anniversary Reflection


A whole year has gone by in a flash. It feels like just yesterday we were flying from Austin to Boston and driving up to Vermont to prepare for our wedding. It was an amazing weekend that went by too fast as most fun days do. Fortunately, many of the days that followed were quite good too. Grateful to have Andrew by my side for all the highs and lows each year of marriage will bring.

This could have been many separate posts, but for now a photo reflection of our first year of marriage will have to do.

Mini-moon in Waterbury, VT
Peak foliage
First ACL Festival
We survived
First Texas camping trip at Enchanted Rock
Watched the sunrise
Holiday party season
Andrew’s birthday trip to Denver
First annual cousin Christmas
Grampy’s 96th birthday
Rice University
Another half for Andrew
Trampoline fun
Valentine’s Pizza
Valentine’s ring making
UT Baseball
Parents in town
First time at the Houston Rodeo
Sister in town
Blue Owl Brewing with sister
Jester King Brewery with sister
Showering these two with love
NCAA Gymnastics Championships in Fort Worth, Texas
Reunited in Dallas
Six Flags Fun?
Another school year
First tubing trip
Nikki’s Bachelorette in Nantucket
Cisco Brewery
Showering Tori
Boston summer
Summer Sox
The most beautiful Basin Harbor Wedding
Best cousins
The most beautiful bride
Serio family shenanigans
Lake Champlain with Leahy
Back to the Model with Justin
Rome again Rome again
Can’t get enough of Italian doorways
Cruising across Lake Como
Lake Como
Down to town we go
Hike to waterfall
Alysha & Jayson’s wedding in Detroit, MI
Alysha & Jayson’s first dance
Back to the Cape
Grateful for this family
The next generation
Up to our usual activities
Andrew’s new hobby
Sox summer continues
Last Sox summer day
Tori & Josh’s wedding
Back in beautiful VT
One of the year’s many knockout martinis
Lenox Hotel
Celebrating Matt & Malessa
Cousin love
Another weekend, another wedding. Congratulations Uncle John and Judi!
Happy first anniversary my love!

Excited for what the next 70 years and 11 months bring as I plan to die on my 100th birthday. No matter what happens, I know my life will continue to be full of wonderful surprises.

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