A Part Of The Double Celebration

Here’s a couple of photos taken on Mother’s Day in Tyler. We went to the Rose Garden and toured for about an hour. Our visit at the garden was a part of the double celebration…Mother’s Day and our wedding anniversary (April). It was so wonderful to be back to the place where we had our holy matrimony a year ago. Though work is keeping me busy right now, I schedule out-of-town trips (including Tyler) at least once a month on my days off.


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Mother’s Day Weekend

The two-day off I had was awesome. Good timing because it was the Mother’s Day weekend. As planned, we went to Tyler Saturday. I drove from Nevada to the Loop in Tyler. That was a great driving practice for me on a highway. Plus, my foot is starting to maintain the speed limit on the road. That afternoon, my sister-in-law and kids came to see us and we had a big supper (prepared by mother-in-law). You know this occasion is a good idea for family reunions too.

Sunday was a beautiful hot day. Together with my husband’s parents, we went to church, had a buffet lunch at Sue’s Cafe, and visited the Rose Garden. It was wonderful to smell the roses in the garden again. The place is memorable because we had our wedding there.

Even if I am busy with work right now, there are two or three days off for me to enjoy traveling wherever I want to.

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Yes I am Married

I am married for two months now and I can say I am enjoying it. Steve and I wed at the Rose Garden in Tyler on April 12, 2008. I still recall how wonderful our wedding day was…bright morning sun, cool wind, singing birds, and happy guests. The highlight of the place was the fragrant blooms of roses in different colors. I can still savor the fragrance of the roses. That was the most precious moment of my life. We visited the Rose Garden and we were so amazed how pretty the garden was because the roses were fully bloomed.
On our first ‘month-sary’, Steve and I went to the Japanese Garden in Fort Worth. He gave me shots of Asti, the brand of wine we love because of its soothing taste. I gave him chocolates. This month we set ourselves a date to the movies.
We are getting along well as husband and wife. We are at the starting point of our careers and adjustments. My goal is to keep our marriage fresh by celebrating the ‘month-sary’ even in a simple way. Having fun together is important to me. Days, weeks, months and even years will come. But as long as we hold on tight to the vows we gave to each other, everything will be alright. I am so happy I marry a good man.