Sunday, October 26, 2008

Seventeen Year Itch?

Happy Anniversary, Quinton.


Quinton said...

Happy Anniversary Valerie.

I love you and I love being your husband and best friend. Here's to the next 17 years and to scratching those itches.


Ms. Val said...

Oh, Q. You can make dirty talk out of anything. That's why I love you.

Although, I think we've warped the kids a little...especially that little one. :-)~

RainbowDishes said...

AWWW...How sweet! And yes, I believe that the kids right now are wishing they had some mental soap to scrub some things away!

Happy Anniversary!

DS Mark said...

Congratulations to you both!!!

Ms. Val said...

Craig and Mark--

Thank you both. I'm sure the boys would love some of that mental soap, but I do think it's healthy for kids to hear their parents express kind words of effection for each other...even of those words aren't always G-Rated.

Last night at the state fair, I started getting cold and Q put his arms around my shoulders (I had gone sleeveless and nobody brought jackets). Lucas rolled his eyes and told us to "get a room". Q quickly replied "We've got 14 to choose from at home. Maybe we'll use yours tonight!"

Christopher said...

Happy anniversary!

Becky said...

Happy anniversary Val. I hope the next 17 years are even better!

papa said...

"maybe we'll use yours tonight"!

ACK! I just wonder what his next show and tell will have!!!!!

HEHEHE Have a great A Ms V and Q!

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary Val and Q!

Watch out for when he hits his
50's tho Val. They're hell!

My husband and I just celebrated our 30th anniversary. We've successfully avoided killing each other. He tells really bad jokes too.
Denise (roxie)
PS-My word verification was gumbal - I thought that was funny.

Ms. Val said...

Thanks everyone.

Papa, what happens in the suburbs stays in the suburbs.

Denise, Thank you. And Happy 30th. BTW, you don't look enough to have been married for 30 years...but then I don't look enough to have been married for 17.

And I'm not too worried about his 50s. Except for his moodiness during Cushing's, Q is the most easy going guy I've ever known. We don't call him Prozac Man for nothing!

BTW, my word verification is "neutewed". That's just plain wierd.