So, today, I'll forgo lovingly poking fun of my handsome husband as I have been known to do in previous posts. Instead of turning him into a meme or tells you the story of his crime fighting underwear, today, I'll focus on the love.
Where I did have one of those love at first sight moments with my husband, when our paths crossed (again).
I did not have one of those love at first sight moments with my dress. The dress I thought was "the one" had accidentally been altered 3 inches too short 30 days before our wedding day.
But, as I walked down the aisle, on my dad's arm, in my new wedding dress...
The less than perfect wedding dress didn't seem to matter because at the end of the aisle was the man that always knows what to say to make me laugh.
And, I suppose in addition to knowing what to say to make me laugh, he also knew what to say to get me to marry him.
"Ain't That a Kick in the Head" by Dean Martin ushered us into our reception. The lryics: "How lucky can one guy be. I kissed her and she kissed me. Like the sailor once said, ain't that a kick in the head. My head keeps spinning; I go to sleep and keep grinning; If this is just the beginning, My life's gonna be beautiful." immediately bring me back to that rainy day and I can't help but smile.
That's not the only song that reminds me of my wedding day, though, "The Way You Look Tonight" by Frank Sinatra, was the first song we danced to as husband and wife.
Wedding traditions were fulfilled.
Cake was eatten.
Memories were made.
I would have to agree because after 7 years of marriage, I am still head over heels in love with my handsome husband.